Bootstrap Fundraising - Launching a Development Program
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"If you build it, they will come" is completely appropriate for the fundraising world. Starting or re-launching a fundraising program can be daunting and discouraging. If you focus on infrastructure and process first, you'll find that fundraising will become far easier. Join this webinar to learn the key steps you should take to be successful in building out your development efforts and pitfalls you could face along the way.
Adam Doyno has been a practitioner of bootstrap fundraising to support public health and social services for his entire professional career. Starting out in the industry 11 years ago, Adam experienced the impact of the economic collapse on the nonprofit sector and developed a unique appreciation for doing more with less. Over the course of his career, Adam has been building fundraising initiatives, departments and teams in New York City and across the country.
Currently, Adam can be found in Harlem as the inaugural Director of Development at the CUNY Graduate School for Public Health and Health Policy Foundation, NYC’s only public school for public health. In this role, Adam is responsible for launching all aspects of the school's foundation, including fundraising and operations to support the growth of the school as it enters its third year in existence. Prior, Adam re-tooled the annual fund at FPWA, launched the national Donor Development department at the National Kidney Foundation to re-focus the organization on individual and major giving, and spent a half-decade at United Way of NYC working to maintain and grow fundraising on the Major and Individual Giving team during the Great Recession.
Active in the fundraising community, Adam is a member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals-NYC Chapter where he sits on the Membership Committee and the Association of Donor Relations Professionals where he is a recurring speaker at their international conference. He is a Certified Fund-Raising Executive, and holds an MPA from CW Post, Long Island Univ. and a BA from Hofstra Univ.