The EAFC meets the second Wednesday of January, February, March, April, May, September, October and November.
Meetings begin with networking at 8:00 a.m. and a presentation begins at 8:15 a.m. All regular meetings are held at the United Way of Southwestern Indiana at 501 NW 4th Street in downtown Evansville.
Please refer to the monthly listing below for meeting locations and speaker topics.
Programs & Events
Dr. Trent Engbers will do a presentation that has some elements of fundraising but also some larger nonprofit management issues. Entitle Seven conversations to have with your board, will be an exciting interactive presentation you will enjoy.
Kathleen Lapekas will present Handling Delicate Conversations.
This dynamic presentation by HR professional consultant Kathleen Lapekas will open for all those attending the secrets of how to tell someone they have bad breath without angering them as well as how to convey to an underworking employee why they need to improve and how to do it so they actually hear you without resentment.
Nonprofit Excellence Symposium hosted by University of Southern Indiana at the University Center from 8am to 3pm. Join us for a day of training with regional experts in the fields of fundraising and volunteer management. The symposium will feature a keynote speaker, multiple training tracks and a closing roundtable on the future of philanthropy in our region!
The Fund Raising School and the Evansville Area Fundraising Council, with the generous underwriting support of the Welborn Baptist Foundation, are pleased to present Effective Marketing for Fundraising on Monday, November 13, through Wednesday, November 15, 2017 in Evansville, Indiana at the special rate of $325 to EAFC members. Normal tuition for this course is $990. If you would like to attend Effective Marketing for Fundraising on November 13 – November 15, 2017 at the special rate of $325 (no refunds), please complete the attached registration form and send it with your payment no later than October 27, 2017. This special rate is exclusively for members of EAFC. If you aren’t a member a membership form is attached (please note that your payment for EAFC membership needs to be separate from your payment for The Fund Raising School). This course is limited to 30 participants. You don’t want to miss out on this tremendous opportunity! Because we anticipate that many people in this area will want to take advantage of this course, we request that you send an email Andrea Gentry (firstname.lastname@example.org), EAFC board member, as soon as possible informing us that you plan to attend. Once we have your name we will expect payment and the attached registration form by October 27. If we have not received payment by then the next person on the waiting list will be added.
Dr. Tad Dickel earned a Certificate in Nonprofit Board Consulting from the prestigious BoardSource in 2016. His presentation is entitled Defining Roles and Responsibilities of Board Members and Engaging Them in Development Efforts. This informative session will help participants learn how to better involve board members in the development process. Key to this is help our volunteers fully understand they now have important responsibilities.
Rob Henson, CFRE, author of Planned Giving, How to ask for transformational legacy gifts.
Jamie Levy, President, JD Levy & Associates.
Leave A Legacy.
Speaker and topic TBD