By Jason Luntz
Nashville, Tenn – The Tennessee Tribune hosted the FUNdraising Good Times workshop Saturday at Panachè Private Dining facilities. The fund development strategist firm, Saad & Shaw, presented the program to a group of non-profit organizations.
Saad & Shaw have a track record of providing clients with a unique brand of fundraising that combines marketing, corporate partnerships, and the best of business leadership with fundraising fundamentals. The firm is known for designing innovative fundraising programs that increase revenue, strengthen partnerships, and provide value to all parties.
Together husband and wife Pearl and Mel Shaw have created one of the most experienced, innovative, and creative powerhouse partnerships in fundraising consultancy today.
Pearl and Mel Shaw
Church members, non-profit groups, and other community service based organizations attended the workshop. The event gave them the opportunity to learn more about fundraising and to work directly with the Shaw’s.
The limited seating event cost $30 per person and included:
- In-person training with Mel and Pearl Shaw
- Free copy of new book – Prerequisites for Fundraising Success
- Free subscription to The Tennessee Tribune newspaper
- Free 10-minute consultation with Mel and Pearl (limited to first 12 participants)
- A Full breakfast.
- And Prizes.
The highlight of the event allowed participants to meet in separate groups and then pitch to the Shaw’s as if they were potential board members and financial sponsors.
Participants in the workshop having fun at work.
Mel and Pearl Shaw continue to share strategies required to build a solid fundraising program from the ground up. Together they work with diverse clients providing a unique brand of fundraising that combines marketing, corporate partnerships, and the best of business leadership with fundraising fundamentals.
They share their approach through their weekly newspaper column, “FUNdraising Good Times,” and their blog at www.fundraisinggoodtimes.com. To contact Saad & Shaw for information on how to help your non-profit raise money please email them at email@example.com.