Introduction to Fundraising Planning provides basic steps for developing a fundraising plan for organizations unfamiliar with the process. Participants will learn strategies for devising a plan that best reflects their organization’s needs and resources, including making a case for support, creating a plan of action, and tips on diversifying their organization’s fundraising base.
Join a lively discussion with fellow book lovers via Zoom to discuss The Empress of Salt and Fortune by Nghi Vo. At once feminist high fantasy and an indictment of monarchy, this evocative debut follows the young royal In-yo as she embarks on a political marriage in an empire reminiscent of imperial China. Alone and … Continued
Did you know that the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh has databases that can help your business? These powerful databases can create a customized list of businesses or homeowners that fit your criteria. If you are just starting out or are a seasoned business owner, you will find these databases helpful.
This class demonstrates how to use the Foundation Directory Online, available at Main Library. This is the most comprehensive prospect research tool for fundraisers, with over 240,000 grantmaker profiles. Participants learn how to search for grantmakers who have funded organizations with causes and communities similar to those they serve.