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Why You Need a Case for Support and How to Build One
Presenter: Leah Eustace
(recorded on August 28, 2019)

There’s a worrying trend out there in philanthropy land. Too many non-profits either don’t have a case for support at all or have put a huge amount of effort and expense into creating one that, well… kinda sucks.

Cases for support are critically important to non-profit fundraising, and every non-profit should have one. No longer tied solely to capital campaigns, a strong case will pull your stakeholders together, touch people’s hearts, and elevate philanthropy.

Join Leah Eustace, CFRE, ACFRE, as she shares her case development secrets, along with plenty of examples of great cases.

Learning Objectives:

  • Participants will learn about the many uses of a good case for support.
  • Participants will walk away with samples of great case documents.
  • Participants will learn how to work with their colleagues and stakeholders to build a case for support that touches the hearts of their donors.

Location:
Talbert House
2600 Victory Parkway
Cincinnati, Ohio  45206

Directions – CLICK HERE

Date:
Thursday, January 23, 2020

Time:
11:30-12:00 pm Registration/Lunch/Networking
12:00-1:00  pm  Presentation

Cost:  (registration)
AFP Members & Students (with valid student ID) – FREE
AFP Non-Members – $25

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*AFP International offers Webinars at a significant cost. The Cincinnati Chapter purchases the right to show this webinar locally for a one time group viewing.

**Your registration is a financial commitment. You will have an option to add a lunch order to your registration, or you are welcome to bring a bagged lunch with you to the event. 

Leah Eustace, CFRE, ACFRE, is President and Head Paddler at Blue Canoe Philanthropy, where she specializes in fundraising success coaching, copywriting, case development, strategic planning and program audits. Her volunteer work is extensive: she’s Vice Chair of Professional Development on the AFP International Board, Past Chair of the AFP Foundation for Philanthropy Canada, and sits on the ACFRE Credentialing Board.

This event has been approved for 1.0 CFRE credits.