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Episcopal Church Development Office presents Fall 2013 Fundraising Symposium: It’s All About Money!

The Episcopal Church
Office of Public Affairs

Save the dates: September 26, 27
Wednesday, May 29, 2013

The Episcopal Church Office of Development will present the Fall 2013 Fundraising Symposium – It’s All About Money! – on Thursday and Friday, September 26 and 27.

Designed for directors of development at dioceses, congregations, and other Episcopal organizations, as well as clergy interested in parish/diocesan fundraising, It’s All About Money! will be held at the Episcopal Church Center, 815 Second Ave., New York City.

“The majority of respondents to a survey we conducted indicated that the topics most helpful to them are: talking about money in stewardship campaigns; preaching about money;  asking people to remember the church in their wills; and talking with major donors,” explained Elizabeth Lowell, Episcopal Church Director of Development. “Based on the feedback, it was clear that our Fall 2013 Fundraising Symposium should address these critical topics.”

Both days will feature plenary sessions, presented by leaders in philanthropy, followed by focused workshops. The event will conclude on Friday with a festive Eucharist.

Planning Committee

Members of the Planning Committee for the Fall 2013 Fundraising Symposium are:

Emily E. Abernathy, Director of Development and Stewardship, Diocese of Oklahoma; Charlie Barebo, Missioner for Development, Diocese of Bethlehem; Linda L. Dienno, Director of Development, Office of Institutional Advancement, Virginia Theological Seminary; Naromie Ganesh, Director, Stewardship Campaign, St. Bartholomew’s, New York City, Diocese of New York;  Levi S. Harris, Stewardship Ministry Chairman, St. Peter's, Chicago, Diocese of Chicago; the Rev. Lloyd 'Bud' Hartley, Deacon, Diocese of Central PA; Holli S. Powell, CPA, Bishop's Deputy for Financial Affairs, Diocese of Lexington; Harvey L. Ward, Jr., Executive Director, Holy Trinity Episcopal Foundation, Inc., Gainesville FL.

 

For more information contact Kim Moore.

 

 

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