The Nonprofit MBA
June 9, 2023
Keys to Running Successful Fundraising Events, Featuring AJ Steinberg on The Nonprofit MBA Podcast
Conducting successful fundraising events requires thoughtful planning and execution. Some of the factors worth considering to reach your fundraising goals are: identifying well-defined goals, mainstreaming your board members into the process, recruiting a rockstar event committee, having a marketing plan, and more. Nonprofits that are more intentional about their fundraising efforts maximize their chances of success. In today’s podcast, AJ Steinberg from Queen Bee Fundraising and Stephen Halasnik from Financing Solutions, a great provider of nonprofit lines of credit, discuss the keys to running a successful fundraising event.
Read an Executive Summary or Listen to the Podcast HERE: Keys to Running a Successful Fundraising EventAbout AJ Steinberg:
AJ Steinberg from Queen Bee Fundraising has over 20 years of experience as a nonprofit event producer and engagement strategist, A.J. Steinberg has worked on over 100 successful events and raised millions of dollars for organizations with her Los Angeles-based production company. In 2015 A.J. launched Queen Bee Fundraising to share the art of nonprofit event planning, sponsorship acquisition, and engagement strategies with organizations worldwide. She is a recognized topic expert and trainer and presents on subjects such as nonprofit event planning, event sponsorships, committee and volunteer leadership, generational giving, and guest engagement.
About Stephen Halasnik:
Stephen Halasnik, of The Nonprofit MBA Podcast and Financing Solutions co-founded Financing Solutions, the leading provider of lines of credit for nonprofits and church financing. The credit line program for nonprofits & churches is fast, easy, inexpensive, and costs nothing to set up, making it a great backup plan when cash flow is temporarily down. Mr. Halasnik is also the host of the popular, Nonprofit MBA Podcast. The podcast brings experts to discuss fundraising, nonprofit grants, executive director leadership, nonprofit boards, and other important topics. You can learn more about the nonprofit line of credit program here or call 862-207-4118.