With most nonprofits having limited resources, convincing your leadership to spend five, 10, even 15,000 dollars per year on research tools can be a hard sell. So how do we make the case to our leadership for dedicating these financial resources?
We recently spoke to Derreck Kayongo, keynote speaker at Prospect Development 2017, about the hard work and passion that led to his success. Read on for highlights of just some of the wisdom Kayongo shared, and discover how this year's conference can help you put his words into action.
Nearly all presenters, almost without exception, have come to you with a small or big bundle of nerves, very much determined to do a good job by you, and to have you leave the presentation inspired and more knowledgeable about our work. Let's talk about how that went for a few of them.
“Prospect Research in Canada: An Essential Guide for Researchers and Fundraisers,” edited by Tracey Church and Liz Rejman, is the Apra Canada Chapter’s labor of love to support prospect development professionals who further the missions of their organizations in Canada.
Welcome to the next step in the evolution of Apra! The new online format for Connections is a great example of the way Apra is evolving to meet the needs of our members in the ever-changing landscape of philanthropy and prospect development.