Join us on Wednesday, March 6th for our next virtual seminar titled Database Mining by presenter Tanya Ford from Taylor University.
Your database is your best friend for identifying prospects and understanding donors. It is the repository of your organization's knowledge that helps build a clear picture of each individual. Exploration of this information is an integral part of a successful fundraising program. Knowing what information to consider and how to use it allows researchers to provide fundraising staff with the knowledge needed to create, maintain, and prioritize portfolios for major gifts and campaigns. Let go of the notion that you need to spend thousands of dollars to determine who is hiding in your database. Learn how to easily and inexpensively investigate a new program that will empower your organization.
Minnesota History Center (Irvine Room)
345 W. Kellog Blvd
Saint Paul, MN 55102
Directions and parking information available here.
*Complimentary parking in the Minnesota History Center parking lot off Kellogg Blvd will be provided as part of your registration!
If you are interested in hosting this or future seminars, please contact Kerstin Leonard by email or at 651.631.5337.
Virtual seminars typically run approximately 11:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m., and are followed by group discussions during brown-bag lunch from 12:30 p.m.-1:30 p.m.
Location-specific start times:
Minnesota History Center - 11:00 AM
Cost: This virtual seminar is free for APRA-MN members and non-members, however registration is required.