How are you approaching 2021 Planning with so much uncertainty?
2020 has been a year no one expected. We have had to pivot, twirl and flip to keep up with all of the changing conditions and guidelines. What does 2021 hold and how we can plan?
Having a plan, understanding trends and knowing which resources are available to you, and being nimble will help you to focus and implement your strategy for a successful 2021.
Join us on Wednesday, November 18th at 9:00 am for a conversation with Jack Cotton, realtor, speaker and author. Jack talks about 5 Trends That Will Shape Fundraising in 2021. Jack’s sister, Cyndy Cotton, CFRE, and Executive Director of the Osterville Library talks about actions you can take going into 2021.
This is the fifth 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. Deadline for registration is Tuesday, November 17th, 2020.
Jack Cotton started the Cotton Real Estate, now Sotheby’s International Realty, in 1974 while finishing his final year of college. With thirty-five years of experience in high end Real Estate on Cape Cod, he is the previous host of “The JACK COTTON Real Estate Show” on WXTK 95.1 FM, and the inspiration for the Cotton Center for Real Estate Studies at Cape Cod Community College.
Jack knows about strategies for running a successful real estate business, anticipating and handling market fluctuations, growing a successful Real Estate business, creating a supreme customer experience, building and maintaining a productive sales force, and cutting edge marketing techniques.
Jack Cotton is a Luxury Real Estate expert, agent, and author. He’s one of the most respected and sought-after Luxury Real Estate professionals in the United States.
Cyndy Cotton, Osterville Public Library
A longtime member of Philanthropy Partners of the Cape and Islands, Cyndy Cotton is excited to join the PPCI board in 2020. A Cape Cod native, Cyndy served as a childhood volunteer at the Osterville Village Library, where she now serves as Executive Director. Her transition to leadership at the 136 year old non-profit follows her years as a library trustee and member of the library’s capital campaign. Cyndy’s contributions to the capital campaign helped achieve the desired result of a brand new 20,000 sq foot library facility in 2012.
Becoming a Certified Fundraising Executive and a graduate of Boston University Professional Fundraising Program are recent accomplishments. In addition to receiving the Paul Harris Fellow Award from Rotary International, Cyndy serves on the board for “EforAll,” a tremendously successful entrepreneurial incubator and the Greater Hyannis Chamber of Commerce. She is also a member of the Cape Cod Women’s Association.