Education Session: Are Employee Giving Campaigns Equitable?

When:  Jul 26, 2021 from 12:00 PM to 01:30 PM (CT)
Associated with  AFP MN, Minnesota Chapter
Event Details
Are Employee Giving Campaigns Equitable? Let’s ask the employees.


For years, employee giving campaigns have been accepted as good practice in most fundraising programs. But as fundraisers look more deeply at the inequity built into our programs, more have wondered about employee giving campaigns.

You can google and find the debates on the topic. At networking events, you will find fundraisers on both sides of the issue. But how do the employees see it? Are we asking them?

Join AFP MN for a conversation on employee giving campaigns, featuring non-fundraisers. From the perspective of folks in leadership, human resources, and program delivery, we’ll discuss how they’ve viewed employee giving campaigns. And we’ll also discuss, as fundraisers, whether or not employee giving campaigns can be equitable and community-centered.

Come ready to share your thoughts and ideas on this long-time fundraising tactic. Should it become a part of the past?

Panelists
Angie Emmrich - Aeon, Director of Human Resources & Administration





Candice Rosalez
– Project for Pride in Living (PPL), Senior Director of Property Management





Katie Bloome
– Belwin Conservancy, Executive Director





Registration Details
To be accessible to each member of our fundraising community, we’re offering you the option to pay-what-you-can. Your payment helps us honor our speakers time and expertise with a stipend and cover the costs of technology and technical support for promotion, registration, and the session. If you would like to assist with covering the cost of the session for another individual, you can enter your payment under the donation section. The average cost per person is about $25.





This session qualifies for 1.25 CE credits.

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