Banana Slug Share: Changing your Money Mindset: Cultivating confidence for fundraising success

Success in fundraising starts with the right mindset. You’re not asking for money; you’re giving someone — whether that’s a foundation, an individual or a corporate partner — an opportunity to support a meaningful mission. This session is aimed at professionals and volunteers involved in social impact who are ready to break down barriers to fundraising success. We’ll cover: getting over the money taboo, turning scarcity mindset into abundance mindset, and starting where you are. After getting over those hurdles, we’ll talk tactics, share inspiration, and even practice making the ask.

Corinne Kappeler (B.A. Sociology, Film and Digital Media Minor), a proud first-generation college graduate from Salinas, CA, is passionate about empowering under-represented communities through tech inclusion, working with systems-change nonprofits to increase their impact. She is Director of Growth at Digital NEST, an organization that supports young people in agricultural towns in California to build technology skills and get access to a supportive network of professionals to launch their careers. Corinne has spoken at the White House and given keynote addresses at technology conferences like Dreamforce and RedHat Summit. She is a recipient of the Valentine Foundation’s Visionary Leader Award, and attended the Executive Program for Nonprofit Leaders at Stanford University Graduate School of Business.

This alumni presentation is not endorsed or recommended by the University of California.  The University makes no warranty or representation of any kind as to the accuracy or validity of the information presented.  If you are in need of specific advice (for example, health, legal, financial), please seek a professional who is licensed and can provide you with individual advice.

Wednesday, April 21 at 12:00pm to 1:00pm

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