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11:30:00 AM - Networking
11:50:00 AM - 1:00:00 PM - Luncheon Program : How to Tell Your Story and Increase Giving Power
||Paul Dunne, CFRE, ThinkPadSolutions, and Bryan Peterson, Peterson Ray & Company
How to Tell Your Story and Increase Giving Power
Every organization has a unique story to tell, but in the age of social
media, 24-hour news and crowdfunding, are you telling your story in a way that
will maximize giving power? Paul and Bryan will share real-life examples of
powerful nonprofit messaging, strategy and design platforms that have produced
results and provide practical ideas for how your organization can uncover
elements of your story that can empower staff, trustees and volunteers and
unleash growth opportunities in fundraising.
Arlington Hall at Lee Park
3333 Turtle Creek Blvd.
Dallas, TX 75219
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After a successful business career, Paul
Dunne, CFRE, joined the nonprofit sector as a Senior Development Officer for the Denver Rescue Mission. He furthered his career serving as Executive Director of Development for the Inner City Health Center, and working with the North Hawaii Community Hospital and Ability Beyond Disability. He then served as Vice President for Development at his alma mater, Howard Payne University in Texas. He currently serves on the AFP International Board and Greater Dallas Chapter board of directors. Paul started his own consulting firm, ThinkPadSolutions, in 2016.
Bryan Peterson is the Founder and Creative Lead for Peterson Ray and Company, an visual communications design firm. His
work has been recognized nationally for achievements in corporate and college
communications, and has appeared regularly in leading design publications. His
best-selling book, Design Basics for Creative Results, is a design textbook used by college campuses across the nation.