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Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Exponential Fundraising: Mobilising Resources

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Session Description

Too often, fundraising is seen strictly as a way of raising money. It is based on a consumer model designed around a buyer (the donor) and a seller (the organisation). As a result, relationships are built on expectations, needs and external circumstances, not on mutual accountability, collaboration and internal growth. Exponential Fundraising reconceptualises fundraising as not only mission critical, but a vehicle to fundamentally transform organisations and the people who are involved with them. Join us to discover the abundance of resources ready to be moved towards your work and partnership collaborations.

When | Where

15:00 - 16:15 Wednesday, April 10 Lecture Theatre 5

Session leaders

  • Jennifer McCrea Speaker
    Founder and CEO, Exponential Fundraising
    Jennifer McCrea is a Senior Research Fellow at Harvard University’s Hauser Institute for Civil Society, where she leads the Course in Exponential Fundraising. For more than 25 years, she’s worked with many of the world’s most accomplished nonprofit organizations and leaders, including, Teach for America, Pencils of Promise, Witness, VisionSpring, Mercy Corps, Comic Relief, X Prize Foundation, Robin Hood Foundation, New Profit, and many others. Jennifer is also the CEO of BornFree, an initiative that brings private sector resources and acumen to the goal of eradicating mother-to-child transmission of HIV by 2015. She’s a Henry Crown Fellow at the Aspen Institute and serves an advisory board member of the MIT Media Lab, the Blue School and the Quincy Jones MusiQ Consortium. Jennifer’s new book, written with philanthropist Jeff Walker, is The Generosity Network.