8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Hyannis Resort and Conference Center
35 Scudder Avenue — West End Rotary
Plenary Session Speaker: Roger Craver
Distinguished Service to Philanthropy Awards and Luncheon
Cocktail Reception & Exhibitor Raffle
and get the “Early Bird” rate!
Philanthropy Partners of the Cape and Islands Members – $50
Estate Planning Council Members – $50
Non-Members – $70
Full Table – $700***
To register for a table of 10 please contact Maura White at [email protected]l.com
Philanthropy Partners of the Cape and Islands Members – $65
Estate Planning Council Members – $65
Non-Members – $85
Full Table – $850***
To register for a table of 10 please contact Maura White at [email protected]
Philanthropy Partners is pleased to announce our plenary speaker for Philanthropy Day 2017!
The Wall Street Journal described him as “an assassin of all things rightwing.” The American Association of Political Consultants placed him in their Hall of Fame, and the Direct Marketing Association gave him their Lifetime Achievement Award.
Roger Craver is, in fact, a disruptor and challenger of the status quo. A pioneer in direct response fundraising in the 60’s, telemarketing in the ’70s, online information services in the ’80s, multi-channel fundraising and communication in the ’90s, and donor-designed strategies today, he brings an experienced and critical eye to the greatest problem faced by today’s nonprofits: donor retention.
Roger is the author of “Retention Fundraising: the art and science of keeping your donors for life” published last year by Emerson & He is the Editor of The Agitator (www.theagitator.net) a daily blog covering fundraising trends and is a founder of DonorVoice (www.thedonorvoice.com) a research and advisory firm specializing in retention and donor experience management.
Roger helped launch some of the household names in the nonprofit advocacy sector: Common Cause, Greenpeace, the National Organization for Women, World Wildlife Fund, Habitat for Humanity, and Amnesty International. He helped revitalize and grow older organizations—the ACLU, the NAACP, Sierra Club, Wilderness Society, League of Women Voters, Heifer Project International, and Planned Parenthood.
Roger has conducted capital and annual fundraising campaigns, advocacy and membership drives in the U.S., Canada and throughout Europe. He holds a B.A. degree from Dickinson College and a J.D. from the George Washington University National Law Center.