On October 9, the Community Foundation hosted 150 nonprofit executives and board members for the nonprofit seminar Think You’re Too Small for Major Gifts? Think Again!

The Session

In 2013, people across America gave over $240 billion to charitable organizations. If you’re not asking for gifts, you’re not getting your share.

Don’t have any significant donors, or any idea where to get them? Do you freeze up during “the ask”? Whether a major gift at your organization is $1,000 or $10,000, come learn how to identify, cultivate, solicit, and steward major gifts.

Eisenstein6The Speaker

Amy Eisenstein has been a development professional and fundraising consultant for more than 15 years. Recognized as a leading expert in her field, she’s helped small and large nonprofits alike raise millions of dollars through major gift and capital campaigns, board development, annual fund campaigns, direct mail, and planned gift solicitations. In addition to her work as a consultant, Amy is an acclaimed speaker and author.

Click here to download a PowerPoint file of Eisenstein’s presentation.

More images from our October 9  nonprofit seminar!


Jeff Perlman, managing partner, Borden Perlman Salisbury & Kelly, introduces Nancy Kieling, president, Princeton Area Community Foundation.


The October 9 nonprofit seminar, Think You’re Too Small for Major Gifts? Think Again!, drew 150 nonprofit executives and board members to the Greenacres Country Club in Lawrenceville, NJ.





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