Roundtable on Cultivating Individual Donors

Roundtable on Cultivating Individual Donors on Tuesday November 1, 12:00-1:00PM

Capital One Cafe – Golden Gate Room, 101 Post Street (at Kearny)

Each year over $370 BILLION in charitable donations are made in the United States, and 71% of these donations comes from individual donors. Therefore, cultivating new and existing individual donors is important for nonprofits who already depend on individual donors and for nonprofits who want to diversify their revenue streams to include individual donors. Join YANA and facilitator Steve Love (Director of Donor and Community Engagement at the Bar Association of SF) for a lunchtime roundtable on effective ways to reach and cultivate new or existing individual donors- so that your nonprofit can access a piece of this billion dollar pie of funding!

Facilitator Bio:

Steve Love has more than 25 years of executive level experience, working with Bay Area nonprofits focusing on the environment, higher education and social service. Steve is the Director of Donor and Community Engagement for the Justice & Diversity Center (JDC) of The Bar Association of San Francisco. Before joining JDC, Steve provided strategic leadership to California Wildlife Foundation, Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights, and the Foundation for Youth Investment, developing campaigns to increase individual giving.

Previously, Steve raised private funds to provide broader public access to parks as Development Director for the Regional Parks Foundation. Steve also served as Director of Athletic Development and Major Gift Officer for the University of SF and UC Berkeley. Steve is a recent graduate of the Alameda County Leadership Academy. Steve serves on the Board for Shotgun Players, leading the Fundraising Committee and Capital Campaign Committee. Steve holds a BSBA from the University of Phoenix and is a graduate of the Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University.

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