Virtual Meeting on Wednesday, August 19, 2020 at 9:00 a.m. (Check-in at 8:45 am)
Join us online to learn what is happening with major gift programs on Cape Cod during the pandemic. Are you shying away from asking for large gifts? Are donors shying away from committing to large gifts? Is this the perfect time to get those big commitments?
Hear from Rose Resnik, Rosemarie Resnik & Associates, with an overview of the major gift landscape on Cape Cod. Rose will present with Jennifer Bryant, Director of Development, Cape Cod Commercial Fishermen’s Alliance. We will also hear from Deborah Dougherty, CFRE, Director of Major Gifts, Cape Cod Healthcare Foundation, on the health system‘s experience with its major gift program these last few months.
Then we will break into small groups to discuss your own experiences, issues, and questions. This is the second session in the series Fundraising During Crisis.
This event is FREE to attend with advance registration for current PPCI members; and $10 per person for non-members. To attend this event, please register online via the link below.
Register by August 17th to receive event login details.
About Our Speakers
Rosemarie Resnik is President of Rosemarie Resnik and Associates, Inc., a full service nonprofit and fundraising consulting firm located in Osterville. She has consulted with nearly 50 non-profit organizations on Cape Cod since 2009. She is a veteran fundraiser and external relations professional with more than 35 years of local, national, and international experience. In the role of practitioner, Rosemarie has career-long experience planning, directing, and executing successful fundraising operations.
Rosemarie has previously held positions in alumni relations and fundraising at Harvard University/Radcliffe College, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), and the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW). She has also served as Chair of the Education Committee for Philanthropy Day on Cape Cod, and currently chairs Cape Cod Hospital’s Patient and Family Advisory Council, and is a board member of Philanthropy Partners of Cape Cod and the Islands.
Rosemarie has previously presented at Philanthropy Day on Cape Cod, and is also a regular instructor at Cape Cod Community College’s Workforce Education Resource Center (WERC).
Jennifer Bryant is the Director of Development for the Fishermen’s Alliance. Being a native Cape Codder, she feels fortunate to have grown up by the ocean and to be raised in a close-knit community. Jennifer has been involved in the non-proft world since she was a teen and has years of both professional and volunteer experience. She has successfully led several fundraising efforts for large and small nonprofit organizations, locally and across New England.
With a degree from the University of New Hampshire in Social Services, she has always been dedicated to helping people and coming together to build strong communities. The highlight of her career was the experience she gained as Social Services Coordinator with Head Start for 6 years in Florida, Maine and New Hampshire. Jennifer’s primary responsibilities at the Fishermen’s Alliance include managing the annual fund, community partnerships, major gifts and foundation relations.
Deborah Dougherty, CFRE
Debbie has over 40 years experience in healthcare marketing and philanthropy. She was named Director of Marketing for Falmouth Hospital in 1991 and later was appointed Director of Marketing Communications for Cape Cod Healthcare after the merger with Cape Cod Hospital in 1996. In 2002, she joined the staff of the Cape Cod Healthcare Foundation as a major gifts officer.
Today she is the Director of Major Gifts for the Foundation which is in a campaign to raise $125M to support capital projects and services at Cape Cod Hospital, Falmouth Hospital, the VNA of Cape Cod and the JML Care Center.
Previously, Debbie held management positions at Gosnold on Cape Cod, American Red Cross Blood Services, and the Harvard Community Health Plan.
Originally from Michigan, Debbie is a graduate of Boston University. She serves on the boards of Highfield Hall, the Falmouth Chamber of Commerce and Recovery Without Walls, a charity founded by her husband, Bill.
The parents of two grown daughters, Debbie and Bill live in North Falmouth with their beloved, three legged cat Dexter.