Stewarding a Generous Culture

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Casey Woodard
President Emeritus & Board Member, Woodard Family Foundation
President, Casey Woodard Consulting, LLC

Continental Breakfast & Networking at 8:30
Presentation at 9:00

Regardless of whatever is happening around us or to us, stewardship should never change. This session will explore why stewardship is a vital, and often overlooked, component of the major gift cycle. By sharing best practices in building and managing a donor portfolio, you will learn how to get to “yes” in a major gift solicitation.

This presentation will be a combination of tried, true, and tested fundamentals of fund development combined with a bold, visionary, and strategic plan for attracting, capturing, and retaining the next generations of donors and philanthropists.

About the Presenter

For 20 years, Casey has served the Woodard Family Foundation, the 8th oldest foundation in Oregon, created in 1952 by his grandfather, Cottage Grove lumberman Walter Woodard. During that time, he has counseled numerous philanthropists and foundations across the country and, in the process, identifying the evolutionary process many families experience in their philanthropic journey.

From 1997 to 2013, Casey worked for Peacehealth, first to raise funds for construction of the new hospital in Cottage Grove. And later he become chief executive of the Sacred Heart Medical Center Foundation and the effort to raise $40 million for the new medical center at RiverBend. Casey went on to be Senior Vice President for Philanthropy and the development and implementation of a $250 Million, eight-foundation major gift initiative across PeaceHealth.

As a student at Lewis & Clark College, Casey took a job as a phonothon caller, which led to a full-time position in annual giving and launch his fund raising career, visiting 1,000 alums across 40 sates in support of a $20 million campaign.

Today, Casey is President of Casey Woodard Consulting, LLC, pulling from his 25-years of unique perspective to provide strategic planning for not for profit organizations and family foundations.

About the Network

Each session of the South Willamette Valley Nonprofit Network is designed to strengthen your management skills while providing field-tested concepts and tools to take back to your organization for implementation. In addition to skills development, each session allows for networking and peer coaching in a collaborative learning environment.

Become a Season Pass Holder

We encourage organizations and individuals to attend the entire series by purchasing a season pass. Season pass holders save up to $40 off of the individual session registration fees and are pre-registered for all six network sessions.

Purchase a season pass today!

October 15th, 2013 8:30 AM   through   10:30 AM
John Serbu Youth Campus/Lane County Juvenile Justice Center
Carmichael Room
2727 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd.
Eugene, OR 97401
United States
NAO Members $ 22.50
Nonmembers $ 25.00
Event Particulars
City Eugene
Topic Fundraising
Presenter Casey Woodard
Event Region Southern Willamette Valley

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