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Hear from CCS Experts at Upcoming Conferences Throughout 2021

In today's world, organizations continue to find unique ways to convene and connect. See a list of upcoming conferences and speaking engagements where you can learn from CCS experts throughout 2021.

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Capital Campaigns 101: A Primer for Volunteers and Staff

Join CCS for a session that provides perspectives on the key elements of successful capital campaigns (staffing, budgets, marketing, recognition, volunteer and board engagement, and so much more) while also providing a venue for questions to be addressed that are of particular interest to you.

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Development in a Virtual World

In partnership with the Association of Colorado Independent Schools (ACIS), CCS's Rick Happy and Polly Breit will be joined by a panel of independent school leaders for a conversation on implementing fundamental fundraising strategies in today's virtual world.

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Greater Columbus' Evolving Philanthropic Landscape

Join the CCS team and a distinguished panel of Columbus, Ohio-area experts for a virtual convening around the region's evolving philanthropic landscape.

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Community College Focus on Fall Series

In this webinar series, CCS offers a contemporary spin on tried-and-true tools to help you formulate a plan, refine your case, analyze your prospects, engage board and staff leadership, and make impactful asks in 2021.

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Forward-Looking Philanthropy: Lessons Learned from a Tumultuous Year

CCS's executive leaders look back at an unprecedented year, discussing how philanthropy evolved in 2020 and how nonprofits can use lessons from 2020 as they develop 2021 fundraising strategies.

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Healthcare | Jumpstarting the Road to Philanthropic Recovery and Growth

Tune in to find out: Will your organization be able to seize today’s opportunities as you go forward with post-pandemic fundraising plans?

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Perspectives on Philanthropy: Giving USA 2020 and Today's Philanthropic Landscape

Join CCS Fundraising, in partnership with the Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy, for our annual event to mark the June 16 release of Giving USA 2020: The Annual Report on Philanthropy.

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Perspectives on Philanthropy: More Opportunities to Join the Giving USA Discussion!

Dive even deeper into the numbers and join one of our regionally-hosted virtual events taking place throughout June and July. These conversations will feature local and regional nonprofit leaders and discussions specific to your community and/or sector. Explore our events by US region.

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Inequity in a Global Crisis, Part 1 of 2

Join CCS for the first of a two-part webinar series exploring how long-term societal inequities are amplified and compounded by the current pandemic, and what that means for philanthropy.

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Catholic Stewardship in Uncertain Times: Reflect, Assess, and Plan

CCS partners with the International Catholic Stewardship Council to host a panel of esteemed leaders who will offer perspectives, reflections, and insights on how Catholic institutions can ensure a robust stabilization and re-emergence plan through 2020 and beyond.

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Reimagining Your Fundraising: Navigating the Challenges Presented by COVID-19

In this webinar, the second in our firm's global series that launched on March 18th with 'Principles of Fundraising: Navigating the Challenges Presented by COVID-19,' survey data and observations of nonprofit activity since the beginning of this crisis are featured. CCS leaders Robert Kissane, Miriam Droller, and Peter Hoskow also offer guidance and new strategies for consideration as we plan for the future.

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Fundraising in a Virtual World: Stories from the Front Line

CCS's Brian Nevins and Kate Villa are joined by a panel of nonprofit leaders from the New England region who share ways in which they have pivoted their short and long-term fundraising plans in light of COVID-19. This webinar is a part of a series in partnership with AFP Massachusetts and Women in Development of Greater Boston.

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Best Practices for Digital Fundraising in Trying Times

CCS partners with #iGiveCatholic for a discussion on strategies and best practices to propel giving through the COVID-19 crisis and beyond. Presenters offer a snapshot of how Catholic institutions across the country are leveraging digital tactics to sustain support for their organization in unprecedented times.

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One Month Down: Lessons Learned & Planning for the Next 100 Days

CCS partners with AFP Massachusetts and Women in Development of Greater Boston on a webinar series for nonprofit leaders navigating the COVID-19 crisis, featuring CCS's Brian Nevins and Sarah Krasin.

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Human & Social Service Philanthropy and COVID-19: Perspectives and Strategies from Sector Leaders

Hear perspectives from CCS's Travis Carley, Lindsay Marciniak, and Feeding America's Dan Nisbet during this time of uncertainty. Speakers will discuss strategies to consider as we navigate these unique fundraising challenges and aim to build toward a sustainable future for our organizations.

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Key Elements of Prospect Management

Join your friends from CCS to explore the importance of, and key elements to, prospect management.

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Chicagoland Philanthropy & COVID-19: Navigating a Path Forward for Fundraising

Join CCS Fundraising and The Baumhart Center for Social Enterprise and Responsibility for a panel discussion with leaders from some of the top philanthropic institutions in Chicago. You will hear firsthand how these organizations are navigating the crisis and discuss their advice for continuing fundraising success during this ongoing uncertainty.

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Pivoting Your Case for Support and Fundraising Plan: Relevant Action Steps in the Time of COVID-19

CCS partners with AFP Massachusetts and Women in Development of Greater Boston on a webinar series for nonprofit leaders navigating the COVID-19 crisis, featuring CCS's Kate Villa who is joined by Denella Clark (President of Boston Arts Academy Foundation), Melissa Cording (Director of Development of Bridge Over Troubled Waters), Andrea Finnerty (Chief Development Officer of Cambridge School of Weston), and David Woodruff (AVP and COO of MIT Resource Development).

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Navigating the Challenges COVID-19 Presents to Arts and Culture Organizations

Caroline Chick and Miriam Droller – partners and co-chairs of the Arts & Culture Practice at CCS – share perspectives and proven strategies, drawing from CCS’s 70+ years of experience in advising nonprofits through challenging periods.

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