Key Principles of Collaborative Fundraising

Join the Urban Waters Learning Network (UWLN) and River Network for a 90-minute workshop on collaborative fundraising. Together, we’ll demystify multi-partner grant applications and learn ways to define roles, responsibilities, and expectations when collaborating for greater impact. We’ll cover prospect research, project management, budgeting, and the importance of building trust with partners. Case studies will offer real-life best practices and lessons learned for successful collaborative fundraising. This presentation is sponsored by the UWLN.

About the Presenter: Jorie Emory, PhD (she/her) has more than 15 years of fundraising experience, Jorie has raised millions of dollars for conservation and the arts. Her doctoral research explored emerging trends in philanthropy, and she has taught college-level courses in nonprofit management and fundraising. Jorie is based in rural northern California.

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