NLM 300 Final Study Guide
NLM 300 Final Study Guide NLM 300
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Final Exam Study Guide NLM 300 The exam is worth 100 points and consists of a sampling of TF and multiple choice questions You are responsible for all textbook readings as noted in the course syllabus any additional reading assignments and lectures both from your instructor and any outside speakers Emphasis may be given to material covered after the midterm but there will be questions that will cover the entire semester on the exam Use your midterm review guide to refresh your understanding of concepts discussed prior to the midterm Textbooks review the Power Points from the textbooks as a guide You mav need to look up some of the items below in Vour textbook Guest Speakers review notes from guest speakers The following listing provides a focus for your review They represent major terms concepts and definitions that have been covered in class andor noted in your readings They do not represent all ideas covered in class or in your text that may occur on the exam However focusing on these means and the postings on Blackboard means that most students can perform well above average on the exam 0 Know the purpose of the annual fund special gifts capital campaigns and planned giving Annual fund keep business running operating fund purpose of soliciting gifts for annual fund renewupgrade current donors acquiring new donors Special gift outside what the typical annual operations not capital Capital campaign large campaign example for a building Planned giving future gift typically at time of death will or request 0 Donor pyramid and its use by a fund raising professional Top Planned gift Capital Major Gifts Special Bottom Annual mail events 0 Gift range chart constituency circle LIA Chart based on the art and science of fundraising Predicting donors and putting in certain categories 80 of gifts come from 20 of the donors it s a guide can be changed 0 What is a case statement and howwhy is it used How is it different from the case for support Specific ask 0 Models of Corporate Giving and what do corporations fund or give to and why Public image employee satisfaction taxes to bring in more monev Corporate philanthropy is an oxymoron Give 5 of all giving in the US 12 financial 12 inkind goods 0 Importance of and roles of Volunteers including Board members Board members should volunteer set policy they stay out of the proqrams 0 Role of staff and board in building a development plan Fundraising planincluding marketing finding donors Board approves plan and STAFF CARRIES IT OUT Board can assist Most effective is volunteer does the ASK not the staff Peertopeer ASK How to start and when to develop a plan Have plan before carrying it out 12 month development plan BEFORE fundraising Monitoring evaluating benchmarking goals objectives and components of a development plan Evaluate the plan meet goals and objectives What is donor relations Building relationships between donor and organization Keep info about donor sending letters What is donor stewardship Sharing their impact of their gifts and thanking What is an endowment Why have one Fund that donor will give but never spend the principal of the gift Investment Savings account accumulating interest Don t need one but beneficial for sustainability Endowment donors10yr relationship with organization Characteristics of a capital campaign along with structure and phasing Feasibility study is before campaign in depth internal analysis and also external to see potential funding Private phase75 public phase25 Planned Giving what is it and most common type Bequestwill Guest Speakers Mike Hutchinson prepare attend read packet Michael Hughes mistake What is a 990 Who sees it Nonprofit tax form pubic info transparency and accountability Resources for fund raisers major associations eg AFP Sofii guidestarCertification for fundraisers AFP association of fundraising professional CFE certified fundraising executive 5 years What is ROI Return on investment events What are direct vs indirect costs in Fund raising 150 for every new donor best donor is current donor Why do you need a database What can it do for you To remember donor facts relationship building Marketing Definitions Identify common types and use of social marketing for fundraising Facebook youtube instagram P s of Marketing Purple cow Price product Most important place to start Marketing in a nonprofit organization Who is your target audience Why Internally Best Practices for Newsletter components Who what when where why how cost contact info Be able to answer these questions intelligently and in writing Why do you think we did the 7 bullets assignment in this class What did you get out of doing it and hearing others do theirs Why do you think your instructor included 100 points of participationattendance in this class Last but definitely not least the IMPORTANCE of passion believing in your work building relationships and an attitude of gratitude
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