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New Trends in Donor Stewardship:
Saying “Thank You” All Year Long

Presenter: Mark Chilutti
(recorded on December 6, 2019)

 As fundraisers, we work so hard to secure gifts and then forget that our donors deserve much more than just thank-you letters. In this interactive session, participants will see real examples of ways to say thanks all year long through cards, pictures, notes, and other cost-effective yet much appreciated ways. After all, have you ever had a donor say, “Will you stop thanking me?

Today’s Learning Objectives:

  • Donor Stewardship is MUCH MORE than just a Thank You
  • Share Creative Ways to stay in touch
  • The Importance of Stewardship/Impact Reports
  • Ways to Engage Others in Saying Thanks
  • Understand the Value of Saying Thanks All Year Long

Location:
Talbert House
2600 Victory Parkway
Cincinnati, Ohio 45206

Directions – CLICK HERE

Date:
Thursday, September 24, 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

Register

*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.

About the presenter:

Mark Chilutti joined the staff of Magee Rehabilitation Hospital in Philadelphia as the Director of Major Gifts in 2001, after several years as a key volunteer. In March of 2007 he was promoted to Assistant Vice President of Development. In his current position, Mark is responsible for the solicitation and cultivation of major gifts, planned giving, led the recent capital campaign, and is involved in board development. During his time at Magee he has helped this 83 bed inner-city hospital to raise over $30,000,000 to improve the quality of life of individuals with disabilities. Special projects funded through his efforts include a Dialysis Unit, the Center for Communication & Swallowing, the Vision Assessment Center and the Creative Therapy Center and Healing Gardens.  He was recognized in 2000 with the President’s Award by the National Society of Fund-Raising Executives- Greater Philadelphia Chapter (now AFP) for his work as a volunteer fundraiser, and in 2006 earned the prestigious designation as a Certified Fundraising Executive (CFRE). 

Mark is a distinguished public speaker, addressing groups on the need for disability insurance, gun safety issues, turning tragedy into triumph, and other motivational topics. He has spoken all across the country, including being featured on the Main Platform at the Million Dollar Roundtable.

Mark has been recognized with the “Courage to Come Back” award from the Mercy Healthcare System, and as a “Hometown Hero” by the Philadelphia 76ers. In 2002 he was recognized by the Philadelphia Business Journal as a member of the “40 Under 40” of young businesspeople to watch.

This event has been approved for 1.0 CFRE credits.