Fundraising mystifies, if not terrifies, most social enterprise leaders. In truth, both for-profit and nonprofit fundraising is a simple, learnable skill. If you can talk, you can raise social impact money. Empower yourself!
The Patricelli Center is offering access to this webinar with serial social entrepreneur Jonathan C. Lewis—host of the Café Impact social entrepreneurship video series, founder and chair of MCE Social Capital, founder and president of Opportunity Collaboration, and cofounder of Copia Global—that teaches his fundraising tips, including the Non-Pitch Pitch, the Pre-Pitch Non-Planning Period, and the Post-Pitch Phase. Spanning an eclectic 45-year career as an impact for-profit investor, nonprofit leader, political activist, business consultant, and organizational builder, Jonathan’s experiential-based learning points on how to approach individual donors and impact investors (as opposed to foundations or corporate contributors) are practical, pragmatic, and pointed.
This webinar was presented by the Stanford Social Innovation Review.
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Related Links from the PCSE:
- Crowdfunding 101 by Luciana Contreras ’16
- PCSE’s Social Entrepreneurship Resource Center (funding section)
- Impact Investing blog post by Cynthia Jaggi ’00