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FundraisingFair

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Beyond the Booksale:  Fundraising Fair for librarians, trustees, friends, and foundation members....

Tuesday, June 9, 2009 --  9:00-4:00 pm (Coffee available at 9am, programs begin promptly at 10am)

Warner Student Life Center, Brookdale Community College, Lincroft Campus

Directions:  http://www.brookdale.cc.nj.us/pages/131.asp#_Lincroft_Campus 

Campus Map:  http://brookdalecc.edu/PDFFiles/MAPS/MAP_04_08.pdf  Parking will be available in lots 6 and 7.

 

Registration form for attendees.  $50 member rate includes breakfast and lunch.  Door prize drawing will feature an array of fundraising books.

Exhibitor registration form $200 rate includes 5 foot table, 1/4 page advertisement, and lunch for two.

 

Exhibitors include:  Library Interiors, Print Tec

 

Door Prizes:  A wide array of fundraising books will be given away at the door prize drawing!

 

 

Schedule:

 

9:00-10:00am

Registration

Networking and Continental Breakfast

Exhibitors:  Library Interiors and PrintTec

 

A variety of fundraising books will be on display.  Enter to win with your door prize ticket.

 

10:00-10:30am      General Session                                                                           

Navesink I & II

Where there are Friends there are Dollars

Libraries have a built-in fundraising asset - their clients. However most libraries lack experience in planned fundraising.  In the current economy and for public libraries, the additional threat of legislative changes, it is time to get serious. This keynote will help recognize intrinsic library strengths, identify the core basics needed to get started, and assure you that fundraising is friend-raising, not magic.

Speaker:  Barbara Lawrence, fundraising consultant

Moderator:  Heidi Cramer, Newark Public Library

 

10:35am-11:20  Choose 1

 

Navesink I & II


Plain Talk on Starting a Foundation:  Is this the right course to take? What are the advantages and possible pitfalls of the decision? 

Speakers:  Susan O’Neal, Middletown Township Public Library; Susan Briant, Haddonfield Public Library

Moderator:  Debbie Maynard, West Milford Public Library

 

Navesink III

15 Ways to Expand FundraisingWithout Hiring a Professional Fundraiser

Speakers:  Nancy Weber, fundraising consultant; Joan Bernstein, Mount Laurel Library (retired); Heidi Cramer, Newark Public Library

Moderator:   Heidi Cramer, Newark Public Library


 


 

11:25-12:20  General Session                                                                         

Navesink I & II

 

Your Legal Responsibilities

Nancy Eberhardt, Esq., Director, New Jersey Program, Pro Bono Partnership

Moderator:  Pat Tumulty, New Jersey Library Association

 

12:25-1:00

Navesink I & IIBuffet Lunch

Visit our Exhibitors:  Library Interiors and PrintTec

 

1:05-1:50pm           Choose 1

 

Navesink I & II

Capital Campaigns with a Community Focus

Speakers:  Chris Carbone, South Brunswick Public Library; Susan Meeske, Old Tappan Public Library

Moderator: Mimi Hui, Free Public Library of Hasbrouck Heights


 

Navesink III


Researching Foundations for Funding Opportunities and Funder Panel

Speaker:  Andrea Simzak, Foundation Center at the New Jersey State Library; Tom Hayes, Director, Customer and Community Relations,  New Jersey Natural Gas Company (NJNG); Katherine Durante, Executive Director of OceanFirst Foundation

Moderator:  Joan Bernstein, Mount Laurel Library  (retired)

 


2:00-2:45  Choose 1


 

 


Navesink I & II


Planned Giving and Memorial Gifts

Speaker:  Joy Hunter Chaillou

Financial Advisor & Financial Planning Specialist, Smith Barney a division of Citigroup Global Markets Inc.

Moderator:  Brett Bonfield, Collingswood Public Library

 

Navesink III


Building a Better Book Sale

Speakers:  Christian Riley, Friends of Mount Laurel Library; Janet Kelleher, Friends of Mount Laurel Library; Gerald Caprio, Friends of Newark Public Library;  Susan Conlon, Princeton Public Library

Moderator:  Rose Garwood, Pequannock Public Library


 


2:50-3:30  General Session                                                                              

Navesink I & II

2:50-3:30 Keeping the Fun in Fundraisers:  Unique ideas for fundraising events

Speakers:  Joe DaRold, Plainfield Library; Roz Pelcyger of Glen Rock Public Library 

Moderator:  Ingrid Bruck, Long Branch Public Library

 

 

3:30pm-4:00

Closing remarks and Door Prize Drawing

Moderator:  Dale Spindel, Kenilworth Public Library

 

 

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