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Identifying Major Gift Communities through Spatial Problem Solving

  • 19 Nov 2015
  • 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
  • Wedge Community Co-op - 2412 Nicollet Ave, Minneapolis, MN, 55404
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Come join us, Thursday, November 19th, for the second APRA-MN Workshop. Our workshops will provide the interaction with researchers and presenters that you'd receive at a full day conference, while remaining accessible to those with busy schedules. We hope to see you there!

Session: Identifying Major Gift Communities through Spatial Problem Solving

Presenter: David Peterson – Research Quality Analyst, University of Minnesota Foundation

Description: Understanding the geospatial characteristics of donors is an increasingly important part of prospecting for major gift constituents. Arriving at a suitable analysis requires not only a handful of geographic information system (GIS) skills, but also benefits from understanding the basic framework for conducting geospatial inquiries.  This session will introduce attendee’s to the spatial problem solving approach and will share the process and findings of a geospatial study of major gift donors conducted at the University of Minnesota Foundation.  The workshop will feature concepts anyone can apply to their organization.

Time: We'll open the room at 3pm, Session begins at 3:30

Location: Wedge Community Co-op – Community Room – 2412 Nicollet Ave, Minneapolis, MN, 55404

Cost, Members: $25

Cost, Non-members: $40


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