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Pareto March Masterclasses – Advertorial


Monday, 7th March 2005 at 12:03 pm
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Pareto Masterclasses are conceived as pure learning exercises for fundraisers. They challenge, inform and motivate.

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Pareto March Masterclasses – Advertorial
Monday, 7th March 2005 at 12:03 pm

“Truly informative and inspirational – I always learn something new”.

“If you have a small budget, this is THE most cost-effective way of getting real, practical, board-awakening tactics for fundraising!”

“Keep it up – you are a breath of fresh air!”

Pareto’s February Masterclasses went fantastically well. Attendees loved hearing about the successes of the Lost Dogs Home and gave Pareto some great feedback.

Pareto also has an exciting March and April coming up and has Mal Warwick coming in May. Mal will be doing two sessions in Sydney on May 11th and two in Melbourne on the 13th.

Get in early in order to register for “The Hands-On Guide to Raising $1,000 gifts by Mail” and “Are You Getting your Money’s Worth from your Fundraising Staff or Consultant – A guide for the Chief Executive”. Details and registration forms can be found here –
www.paretofundraising.com/30201/38635.html

Pareto Masterclasses are conceived as pure learning exercises for fundraisers. They challenge, inform and motivate. Smaller charities with one or two fundraisers find them exceedingly useful, and more experienced fundraisers find them challenging and informative.

Pareto tackles some difficult issues, some “big picture” issues and some practical, “get your hands dirty” tips for making fundraising work. Larger charities can benefit from information on fundraising that you don’t hear anywhere else.

“Get along to the next one for practical advice that is easy to commence back in the office…”

MASTERCLASSES IN MARCH

This month the resident Pareto experts will be tackling Charity Challenges in Sydney, and running the ever-popular Regular Giving session in Melbourne.

Check out the website for further details – http://www.paretofundraising.com/30201/38340.html

REGULAR GIVING – DOUBLE SESSION!
Date: Wednesday 23rd March
Time: 1pm – 5pm
Speaker: Sean Triner, Jan Chisholm – Pareto Fundraising
Venue: Hotel Charsfield, 478 St Kilda Road, Melbourne

Details and a registration form can be found here –
https://probonoaustralia.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/regform230305.pdf

CHARITY CHALLENGES
Date: Thursday 31st March 2005
Time: 2pm – 4.30pm
Speaker: Sean Triner, Pareto Fundraising
Venue: The Westside Lounge, East Village Hotel, Cnr Liverpool and Palmer Streets, East Sydney

Details and a registration form can be found here –
http://www.paretofundraising.com/regform310305.pdf

Book now!




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