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When:  Nov 10, 2021 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM (CT)

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Nov 10, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (CT)


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Donor stewardship is core to everything we do as fundraisers. It's relationship building, expressing gratitude, and the number one tool for donor retention. In this session we will talk about the power of authentic, purposeful and boundaried relationships between donors and the organizations they love and how to deepen those connections for mutual benefit.

Speaker
Jo Lum is a Certified Professional Co-active Coach, fundraiser, organizer, and white queer inheritor deeply passionate about returning wealth to communities and funding the revolution! In their career, Jo has raised millions of dollars for several organizations and movements for justice including Friends of Camp Little Notch, Beacon Interfaith Housing Collaborative, and Headwaters Foundation for Justice. Currently, Jo is a coach and advisor for both fundraisers and progressive people with wealth and class privilege at their business Outstanding Returns offering one-on-one coaching as well as monthly caucus groups. Jo holds a Bachelor of Arts from Eugene Lang College: The New School for Liberal Arts and an Associate of Applied Science in American Sign Language Interpreting from Saint Paul Community and Technical College and is the founder of the non-profit Friends of Camp Little Notch, an organization that owns and operates a summer camp in the Adirondacks. For fun, Jo likes jumping on trampolines and wandering through the forests of southern Vermont with their dog Wrigley.

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