[NFG Masterclass Webinar] 
Turning Volunteers and Board Members Into Donors
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Join Network for Good and special guest, Kay Sprinkel Grace, global consultant and creator of the "AAA" program for engaging volunteers in the full development process, to learn how you can have a cadre of volunteers -- including board members -- who give not only their time, but their money. 

During this webinar, Kay will provide participants with data about the correlation between volunteering and giving, and provide strategies for attaining full engagement. She will cover:

  • How to present the full scope of philanthropic engagement when enlisting volunteers
  • The way in which the "AAA" (Ambassador, Advocate, Asker) model helps volunteers see a role where they can be confident and the demonstrated correlation between confidence and giving
  • How to counter the argument:  "I give my time -- why do I have to give money?"
  • Ways to build in values-based motivation to giving both time and money

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About Our Speaker


Kay Sprinkel Grace, FAFP

Kay is passionate about philanthropy and has devoted the last thirty years to the nonprofit sector, providing seminal thought, habit-breaking strategies, challenges to board and staff, and reengineering the vocabulary of fundraising. Her six books and frequent speaking engagements across the globe reflect her restless quest for an ever-improved capacity of organizations to truly serve their communities. A Stanford graduate (BA, MA), she has built on a career in journalism and education to create a business practice and reputation that draw from the best of both.  She has been recognized by Stanford for her volunteer work with numerous awards, including the highest award for volunteer service, The Gold Spike.  She works regularly with boards and staff to increase the capacity of organizations to fulfill their mission and vision.  Clients include public media (KQED, OPB, KPBS), health (Alameda Health Systems Foundation, Providence Health Systems), arts and culture (Djerassi Resident Artist Program, Smuin Ballet) and others.