Join us for an informative webinar hosted by nonprofit expert Jarrett Ransom, also known as the ‘Nonprofit Nerd®.’ Jarrett will cover essential strategies and tools for securing funding for nonprofit development projects, using real-world examples and practical tips. Gain insight into fundraising, grant writing, and donor relations.
Whether you’re a seasoned professional or just starting in the nonprofit sector, this webinar will equip you with valuable information to excel in nonprofit development. Don’t miss this chance to learn from Jarrett Ransom, a leading figure in nonprofit fundraising.
• Your nonprofit’s funding priorities
• Individual revenue
• Event revenue
• Major gifts, corporate, foundation
• Direct mail
Attendees will leave with a deep understanding of essential strategies and tools for assessing and securing funding for their nonprofit development initiatives. This includes a holistic view of fundraising options and approaches.
Speaker Jarrett Ransom, MBA
Jarrett started The Rayvan Group in 2009 and brings more than 15 years’ experience with international, national and local organizations, including Girls Golf of Phoenix, Habitat for Humanity, the Paraiso Project and St. Mary's Food Bank. She has successfully managed development and communications functions for more than 10 campaigns with a combined goal totaling $6 million.
She is passionate about creating community, empowering others to see and exceed their full potential, and crafting compelling stories in support of mission-driven organizations.
Jarrett holds an MBA in business from the University of Phoenix and Certificate of Grant Writing from The Grantsmanship Center Institute. Awards include Greater Phoenix Athena Nominee, AmAZing Women of Arizona recipient and the Global Women's Summit Leadership Award.
Host Margie Worrell
Margie Worrell is the Curriculum Manager at Bloomerang. She serves on the board of the Peace Learning Center in Indianapolis, and has worked extensively with nonprofits as both a staff member and a lead volunteer. Her passions include education, theatre, her two grown children and her two small dogs.