Schenectady not-for-profits invited to event planned just for them

September 21, 2017 by  

Not-for-profit groups from Schenectady and the surrounding areas have been issued an invitation to come to an afternoon and evening that will shed a light on how charities can maximize their fundraising potential.

The workshop will be split into two parts, with the first one being dedicated to how a charitable organization can use branding to ensure that its capital campaigns and other fundraising events draw a large amount of interest and are a success. The evening’s session will address the topic of how data can be used to organize online functions with a maximum fundraising potential.

Following the second portion of the evening, there will be a networking session for the attendees to get to know one another, and small plate dishes and locally produced craft beer will served.

The ticket price will be $10 each, and the proceeds will be donated to the AFP Hudson-Mohawk scholarship fund. Marketing services for a function such as this can be supplied by an area printing company.

October 19 has been selected as the date for the event, and it will take place in the Electric City Innovation Center, which is located at 433 State Street in Schenectady. Those who would like further details can find them, and also a chance to reserve a spot, on the function’s website.