Independent school development and advancement professionals face issues and challenges that are different from fundraisers in other fields. This specifically formulated workshop is an opportunity for fundraisers at SAIS member schools to build their campaign knowledge base, network with peers, and find energy in new ideas. Formulated for schools considering a capital campaign, the Winkler Group will present an in-depth workshop to assist schools as they consider this critical step. 

During this highly interactive workshop, participants will learn: 

  • How to assess a school’s readiness for a campaign
  • How to develop campaign priorities that appeal to donors and satisfy campus needs
  • The commitment and responsibilities for faculty/staff, volunteers, and campaign leaders
  • How to properly qualify prospects and identify leadership
  • How to set a campaign goal
  • How to create a culture of philanthropy that goes beyond the campaign and results in increased annual giving
  • How a campaign can increase alumni engagement

Teams are welcomed and encouraged to attend together. Having everyone on the same page when it comes to the mechanics of a campaign is quite helpful – including trustees. We will explore the roles of the head of school, the leadership team, and the board of trustees. All roles will be actively involved in discussions.

Hotel – Franklin Marriott Cool Springs

  • Group rate: $179
  • Cut-off date: Friday, January 20, or when the block is full.

The SAIS block is not yet open.

NOTE: SAIS does not utilize the services of a housing vendor for any events. Neither SAIS nor the hotel will call you to make reservations over the phone. Please use the above hotel link to secure your reservation directly with the hotel.

If you receive an error message or if the block is full, please contact learn@sais.org

Nashville

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Cancellation Policy

Cancellations received before January 25 via this form will receive an 80% refund. After that date, replacement registrants are welcomed but no refunds are available. Extenuating circumstances will be considered on a case-by-case basis following the conclusion of the event.

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Questions

  • For questions about event registration or special accommodations, contact abby@sais.org
  • For questions about speakers and sessions, contact elizabeth@sais.org.
  • For questions about exhibits and sponsorships, contact anna@sais.org.

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