When: 
Monday, June 26, 2017 12 noon – 1:30 PM

Cost:

Free for ALL GPA members

$20 OneOC member

$25 non OneOC members

Where:
OneOC Training Room, Suite 100
1901 E. 4th Street – Santa Ana

***We are asking ALL attendees to please bring pasta sauce and pasta in support of Caterina’s Club Feeding the Children program – Thank You*** 

June 2017: How Kind Is Your In-Kind Program?

Learn how in-kind donations can diversify your organization’s income, strengthen programs, budgets, and open doors for new partners. In-kind gifts are contributions of goods or services, other than cash grants. Examples of in-kind gifts include:

  • Goodslike computers, software, furniture, food, and office equipment, for use by your organization or for special event auctions
  • Serviceslike meeting space, photocopy and mail services, and administrative/financial support (pro bono services)
  • Expertise, like legal, tax, or business advice; marketing and website development; and strategic planning
  • Cash equivalents, like stocks, bonds, and mutual funds

Increase your knowledge of how to build relationships and partnerships to support your agency’s programs and fundraising goals. Learn how to run an in-kind donation campaign, turn volunteer opportunities into in-kind donation generators, and how to record/report in-kind donations organizations are already receiving without really knowing it.

Grant Professional Certification (GPC) Competencies covered in this session:

Knowledge of how to research, identify, and match funding resources to meet specific needs including:

  • Identify major trends in public funding and public policy.
  • Identify In-Kind sources and matches for project budgets.
  • Identify methods of locating funding sources.
  • Identify techniques to learn about specific funders.
  • Identify methods for maintaining, tracking, and updating information on potential fun
  • Identify methods of relationship cultivation, communication, recognition, and stewardship that might appeal to specific funders.

Presenter: Kaylee Duff, Director of Development, Caterina’s Club

Kaylee Duff has been committed to ending hunger, homelessness, and unemployment in Orange County since moving here in 2010. She started her career by volunteering her fundraising and marketing services to numerous non-profit organizations locally and abroad. Kaylee began working with Sir Bruno Serato as a server at his acclaimed Anaheim White House restaurant where she discovered her passion for Caterina’s Clubs’ mission. She joined the organization as a volunteer in 2011, and soon was brought on board to be Director of Programs. During her career at Caterina’s Club she has supervised the expansion of both Feeding the Children and Housing programs, and developed their newest program, Chef Bruno’s Hospitality Academy. She was promoted to Director of Development where she oversees all foundation, corporate, and individual giving. She has a BA in Public Administration from California State University – Fullerton and although not Italian, Kaylee considers her heart to be in Italy with her strong love for their food and culture.