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Planning for Year-End During a Time of Uncertainty

Join us for a webinar with Matthew Gayer, Co-Executive Director at the Catalogue for Philanthropy as we discuss how to make a plan for end of year giving despite the uncertainty we are facing. This giving season will have more moving pieces than ever—the election, COVID-19, economic concerns, and so much more—are all uncertain. How, in this shifting environment, can we create a plan for end of year giving and engagement?

During this webinar, we’ll cover:

  • How to make a plan and prepare for end of year while remaining flexible
  • Projections and trends that are important to know going into giving season
  • How to make an engagement plan and to plan your timing

Giving season is always a vitally important time of the year for nonprofits, and with the economic concerns alone this year, it will be more crucial than usual. We will discuss the need for a flexible plan, and how to use the trends in philanthropy to have a successful end of year campaign.

About the Speaker:

Matt Gayer
Co-Executive Director, Catalogue for Philanthropy: Greater Washington

Matt is the Co-Executive Director of the Catalogue, a nonprofit focused on building the awareness and capacity of small, local nonprofits. Through training, communications, and consulting, the Catalogue helps lift up their partners and build the vital skills they need to thrive. Matt is a Truman Scholar, and has worked in both for corporate and nonprofit sectors prior to the Catalogue.

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