MIE 2018 National Fundraising Conference
MIE 2018 National Fundraising Conference
July 25- 27, 2018
MIE will be holding 2018 National Fundraising Conference July 26 - 27. In conjunction with this conference, Voices for Civil Justice will hold its third annual National Legal Aid Communications Training on July 25. Both events will be held at the Omni Hotel at California Plaza in Los Angeles.
Join us for the 2018 MIE National Fundraising Conference for Legal Aid executive directors, development directors and all other staff and board members interested in increasing financial resources.
Two outstanding plenaries:
Owning Expertise: A live experiment in how credibility works and how ideas rise
Presented by Katie Orenstein, Founder and CEO of The Op-Ed Project
In this highly-interactive workshop, we will engage in a large group experiment to explore how credibility works--and works unfairly--in the world. We'll surface hidden beliefs about expertise and power, and explore ways to walk through difficult terrain with integrity. Participants will walk away with bold ideas, a deeper sense of what they know and stand for, and actionable steps
2020 Giving Forecast
A quick look at significant shifts in giving and future philanthropic and societal trends that are shaping how we give and how our nonprofits must adjust to continue to meet their goals if not exceed them.
Presented by Aly Sterling, CEO of Aly Sterling Philanthropy.
Aly is a long-time friend of the Fundraising Project who has consulted with several legal aid programs, most recently working with Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles (LAFLA) on their successful capital campaign for their new building.
Sessions for all levels of fundraising experience and sophistication, including:
For those newer to private fundraising, we will be introducing MIE’s new core curriculum:
- Private Fundraising – What every executive director needs to know
- Creating and Using Your Development Plan
- Board Development for Fundraising
- Private Fundraising Strategies – An introduction for development staff
For experienced executive directors and development staff:
- Boards and/or Development Councils – Experienced executive directors lead a discussion on finding the best structure for engaging volunteer leadership
- Breaking into the Non-attorney Individual Donor Market
- Increasing Mid-donor Engagement and Support
- Cultivating and Stewarding Major Donors
- Understanding and Teaching the Ask
- Capital Campaigns
Knowledge everyone needs:
- Implications of the New Tax Law on Fundraising
- Raising Money Effectively from Different Generations
- Developing Partnerships to Secure Funding
- Messaging to Different Audiences
- Using Social Media Effectively
- Updating Fundraising Strategies as Law Firms Change
- Foundation Fundraising
Opportunities to learn/network/socialize:
30 Minutes with a Mentor – Do you have a fundraising issue or problem that you would like to discuss with a more experienced colleague? Sign up for our mentoring program, one of the most popular activities offered at this conference.
Thursday Evening Reception – The Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles has invited us to a reception at their brand-new offices, located not far from our conference hotel. Sponsored by Aly Sterling Philanthropy and LAFLA, there will be wine, beer, soft drinks, heavy appetizers and live music on their outside balcony and tours of the facility. This will be a great opportunity to learn how a new building is allowing LAFLA to both better serve clients and engage donors and volunteers.
Katie Orenstein, Founder and CEO of The OpEd Project, writes and speaks frequently about the intersection of media and mythology – that is, what we think is fact or fiction and how that shapes our ideas about politics, culture and history. She has contributed to the op-ed pages of the New York Times, Washington Post andMiami Herald. She has lectured at Stanford and appeared on ABC TV World News, Good Morning America, MSNBC, CNN and NPR. A graduate of Harvard (BA) and Columbia (MA) universities, she is the author of "Little Red Riding Hood Uncloaked: Sex, Morality and the Evolution of a Fairy Tale." Orenstein has worked around the world and particularly in Haiti, where she reported, consulted with the United Nations, and worked with a team of human rights lawyers to assist victims of military and paramilitary violence in seeking justice. She is a recipient of The Diana P Scott Integrity in Action Award, and a fellowship from Echoing Green, which selected The OpEd Project as one of the most innovative social enterprises worldwide, out of 1500 applicants.
Check back for more details as they become available.
Please Register and make your Hotel Reservations by July 2.
Voices Media and Communications Training, July 25 and ½ July 26
$375 MIE Subscribers
Fundraising Conference, July 26 and 27
$495 MIE Subscribers
All Three Days:
$695 MIE Subscribers
Omni Los Angeles Hotel at California Plaza
Olive Street, downtown LA
July 25, 26 and 27, 2018
Guest room rates $199 plus tax
Click Here for Online Reservations.
|Voices Media and Communications Training, July 25 and ½ July 26 MIE Subscribers||$ 375.00|
|Voices Media and Communications Training, July 25 and ½ July 26 Non-Subscribers||$ 450.00|
|Fundraising Conference, July 26 and 27 MIE Subscribers||$ 495.00|
|Fundraising Conference, July 26 and 27 Non-Subscribers||$ 595.00|
|All Three Days: MIE Subscribers||$ 695.00|
|All Three Days: Non-Subscribers||$ 845.00|