Webinar: The Leaky Fundraising Bucket – What’s Wrong and How to Fix It

Webinar: The Leaky Fundraising Bucket – What’s Wrong and How to Fix It2017-06-10T17:41:26-04:00



When: Wednesday, October 21st, 2015 – 1:00pm-2:30pm Eastern

This webinar, based on the upcoming book by Ellen Bristol and Linda Lysakowski, ACFRE will help you look at how your fundraising efforts are really going. Participants will have the opportunity to complete the Leaky Bucket assessment online prior to the webinar. Results for organizations nationally and results for workshop participates in particular, will be reviewed during the workshop. Participants will then be given some ideas on how to fix their fundraising and stops the “leaks” in their own “buckets.”

Session objectives:

  • List the areas in which your fundraising needs improvement
  • Develop tools to measure your fundraising effectiveness
  • Develop a list of things you can do to fix what is wrong with your fundraising program

You can take the Leaky Bucket Assessment here: http://www.bristolstrategygroup.com/resources/the-leaky-bucket-for-nonprofits – use team code “Bloom”

Time will be given for a lively Q&A session.

This presentation will be recorded for future viewing.

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About the presenters:

Linda Lysakowski, ACFRE

A graduate of Alvernia University and AFP’s Faculty Training Academy, Linda is a Master Teacher. She is one of slightly more than one hundred professionals worldwide to hold the Advanced Certified Fund Raising Executive designation. In her thirty plus years in development, Linda has managed capital campaigns, helped hundreds of nonprofit organizations achieve their development goals, and trained more than 30,000 development professionals in Canada, Mexico, Bermuda, Egypt, and most of the fifty United States.

Ellen Bristol

Ellen Bristol, president of Bristol Strategy Group, works with nonprofit organizations to improve the effectiveness of their fundraising efforts, increase total income and fund diversification, involve board and staff members more effectively, reduce turnover in the development office and maintain desired levels of quality and services.

A classic late-bloomer, Ellen spent the first twenty years of her business career selling mainframe computer systems. Only after she launched Bristol Strategy Group did she discover her true calling: adapting the principles of business-process management to nonprofit fundraising.  Since that big “a-ha” moment, she has become a true performance-management geek and a nut for metrics.