Guest Webinar: Ignite Generosity

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Guest Webinar: Ignite Generosity
Engaging Your Major Donors

Mission Increase Foundation is pleased to host an additional webinar this quarter in collaboration with National Christian Foundation Heartland, our partners in Kansas City. We appreciate the work the National Christian Foundation does in so many of the communities we're serving in, and we are pleased to facilitate an opportunity for more ministry leaders to benefit from NCF's services. 

Asking a champion for a large donation can make a huge difference in your ministry – and it can also be scary! Too many times, ministry leaders fall for myths related to major giving and major donors.

Join us for a discussion with William High, CEO of the National Christian Foundation Heartland, on how to talk with major donors.  He’s worked with major donors all over the country.

The Ignite Generosity webinar is designed for ministry leaders who want to learn more about how to serve their givers. William will share with us the following:

  1. How to identify major donors
  2. How to start a conversation with them
  3. How to identify critical points in which you can serve them
  4. Issues which major donors face:  income taxes, capital gains, business sales, helping individuals, etc.
  5. How to identify major gifts before year end.

This webinar will benefit your entire team! Calling all Executive Directors, Pastors, Board Members, Development Staff, volunteers, and anyone who interacts with your champions to advance your cause – register today!




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