|Title||Resource Development and Marketing|
This course is intended to examine the fundamental role of marketing and fundraising programs within nonprofit organizations. Students will learn to craft messages and communications materials for key constituencies and stakeholders, identify and develop a well-balanced base of support from individual donors and institutional funders (foundations, corporations, government agencies), and gain knowledge of common fundraising cycles and philanthropy programs. Students will learn about developing a brand and marketing strategy and implementing tactics including public relations, social media and advertising. The course will also cover the cultivation and solicitation of individuals, the role of boards in fundraising, grant writing, and special events. Throughout the course, there will be discussions on ethical issues, technical tools and skills and the management of fundraising and marketing departments within an organization. The goal of this course is to ensure that each student gains a broad and sophisticated understanding of resource development/fundraising and marketing/communications.
|Syllabus||PDF document (525.5 KB)|
|Last Name||Hanson York|