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Thu, 07/19/2018 - 6:30 PM -- AFP-NYC Summer Happy Hour -- Royalton Park Ave (29th and Park) 

Thu, 07/26/2018 - 8:00 AM -- Event Hidden Treasures: Mobilizing Your Board and Volunteers Before, During and After the Event -- Scandinavia House 58 Park Ave (at 37th Street) New York, NY 10016


How to Wow the Crowd at a Fundraising Event

By Ryan Grosso, Orr Associates, Inc.

It can be challenging to stand up and speak in front of a crowd. Knowing what is at stake for your organization ramps the pressure up even more. Here are some tips to help you prepare to speak at any fundraising event, whether large or small. Use these best practices to win over a crowd and make new friends for your organization!

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Chapter Leadership Brief 6.22.18

By Jill Scibilia 

Fundrasing Day Matters 

Today is Fundraising Day!  One of my favorite days of the year.  Today, more than 2,000 of us are gathering for what I think is the best one-day conference devoted to our work on the planet.

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FRDNY: Creating a guest experience from start to finish is as easy as 1-2-3!

By Steve Paster of Alpine Creative Group, Steve Feder of CheckIn Tech, and Reed Baker of Text-To-Pledge

It’s the start of a new event season and you told yourself you wouldn’t overbook your calendar ever again –– but here you are, in a familiar situation needing solutions for event logistics in a flash. Don’t fret or break a sweat. Pulling together resources from within the event planning community is why we’re all in this together. Once you have the date and venue nailed down, it’s time to think about the guest experience. With overwhelming options and technologies, we put this article together to help give a simple 1-2-3 solution for the most common problems when planning an event. 

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Organizations in Crisis: “Six Strategies for Managing and Avoiding Threats To Your Nonprofit’s Reputation”

By Susan Fields, CFRE

Thursday Morning, May 17, 2018, Scandinavia House, New York City


“It is the duty of all nonprofits to reassure their clients that their contributions are being managed and used responsibly.”

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