Sunday, February 19, 2012

Tapulanga Foundation Conducting Fund Raising Workshop for Visayas' NGOs

Tapulanga Foundation, in cooperation with Akubo Software, Inc. and Unionbank of the Philippines, bring you The Fund Raising Training and Planning Workshop presented by Manila’s Venture for Fund Raising this coming March 16, 2012, Friday at Nature’s Village Resort, Talisay City, Negros Occidental.
Tapulanga Foundation would like to invite all the non-government organizations in the Visayas regions to join this workshop which will focus on the non-profit plans for sustainability and will make use of a variety of participatory exercises and input sessions designed for maximized learning. This workshop is open to NGOs’ board members, project managers, executive directors or any key stakeholder in the organization.
Registration fee will be Php 2,500.00/participant which includes the seminar kit, certificate, snacks and lunch. A discounted fee of Php 5,000.00/3 persons will be given if you will send 3 participants from your organization.
Tapulanga Foundation once again brings to Negros a planning workshop wherein organizations will equip themselves with the fund-raising capacity. Mayan Quebral, Executive Director of Venture for Fund Raising will be conducting the one-day workshop. Last year, more than 40 individuals from 27 different organizations all over Negros attended the workshop on “How To Fund Raise” also presented by Venture for Fund Raising. These are some testimonials from our workshop last year:

I've applied the little learning I got from last year's seminar and got at least 3 donors who have sponsored 2 college students to finish and complete their last semester last year. – Willie Villanueva, Cedar College

The things that we learned from the workshop challenged us to do more in our efforts to fundraise for The Negros Museum. We study, calculate and manage risks in a given situation for us to maximize the potential for a fundraising activity. With effective communications, relationship marketing and improved online presence, we were able to do several major and minor fundraising events for the year 2011. – Nina Bonilla, Administrative Officer, The Negros Museum

I learned that fund raising is an art in itself. There are so many ways to go about it, and so many techniques. But mostly, I realized that we have to find a way to make every person understand our mission by simplifying our messages, creating a bigger impact. Sometimes less is more. – Kaila Ledesma-Trebol, Philippine Reef and Rainforest Conservation Foundation, Inc.

This year’s workshop will include the following:
• Overview of basic fund raising principles and strategies, marketing communication theories and practices;
• Identification of several sources of income, current stakeholders and potential donors to build a broader constituency as well as cultivate donor relationships;
• Assessing their capability and readiness to implement fund raising activities;
• Developing a mindset for successful and systematic fund raising involving the members of the board, if any, staff and volunteers;
• Planning effective fund raising activities by using the fund raising planning template; and
• Initiating the development a fund raising plan.
For more inquiries and/or confirmation of attendance, please contact Reah Torreno at (034) 495-0936 or Micmic Golez at 0920-9514232 or email: mgolez@tapulanga.org. You can like Tapulanga Foundation on Facebook or visit our website at www.tapulanga.org for events and updates.



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