Go Big or Go Home: Fundraising in the 21st Century with Ken Busby on March 29


Posted by OMA on 02/01/2016

Go Big or Go Home:  Fundraising in the 21st Century
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This seminar, presented by Ken Busby, will address successful strategies for fundraising in a challenging economic climate.  The seminar will be held on Tuesday, March 29 from 1pm-4pm at theOklahoma City Zoo Rosser Education Center.  The cost for the seminar is $35 for OMA members and $50 for non-members., Register online here.  Deadline to register is March 21. OMA members can apply for a scholarship here.  Deadline to submit a scholarship application is March 16.

We will discuss strategies for writing successful grants, cultivating and engaging donors, building effective leadership on your board, planning for your organization's financial future, creating the right special events for your organization, and establishing a mission and vision for your organization that meets community needs today and in the future.

This fundraising seminar is sure to have you creatively thinking of ways to raise funds for your museum. 

The presenter, Ken Busby, is the Executive Director and CEO of the Route 66 Alliance.  Previously, he was Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer of the Arts & Humanities Council of Tulsa and has served as the Director of Development for Tulsa Zoo Friends and as Membership Director and Director of Communication at the Gilcrease Museum. Busby holds a dual Bachelor of Arts degree in communication and French from the University of Tulsa and a Master of Arts degree in journalism from Indiana University at Bloomington. A member of Phi Beta Kappa, Busby is also a graduate of Leadership Oklahoma Class XVII.

Go Big or Go Home is sponsored in part by Oklahoma Arts CouncilKirkpatrick Family FundOklahoma City Zoological Park & Botanical Garden, Comanche National Museum and Cultural Center, and Daystar Foundation & Library, Inc.