Fund RaisingSchool/Trainer:Chicago, Illinois, United States
Course format: Classroom
This course is designed for students who are interested in fundraising and expect to have careers with non-profit arts or cultural organizations. Students will study fund raising concepts and methods used to design an annual fund plan campaign and a benefit fund raiser event. As a result of this course students will have developed an annual fund plan for a non-profit organization of their choice.
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