Nonprofit Management Faculty Lead at Fundraising Day in New York

During this year’s Fundraising Day in New York, Nonprofit Management faculty participated in panels and workshops and led sessions at the conference that was attended by over 1,800 nonprofit fundraisers, managers, grant-makers, board members, volunteers, and CEOs, including 12 Nonprofit Management students. Nonprofit Management faculty Rich Brown served as the General Chair of this year’s conference.

In a panel moderated by Mark I. Kalish, Richard Feiner talked about new philanthropists and how nonprofits can work with them. In a workshop about millennials, Jason Rizzi spoke about this generation and its impact as nonprofit professionals, donors, volunteers, and board members. John Hicks led a session on the annual development plan, while Poonam Prasad shared resources, tools, and money-saving tips to uncover prospective donors.

Fundraising Day in New York was organized by the New York City Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals, a group that represents over 30,000 members in more than 200 chapters worldwide.

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