Let’s Talk Tofurky: Stewardship for Every Appetite – Virtual Event
November 2 @ 12:00 pm - 1:15 pm| $8 – $15
Our Program: Stewardship is a critical activity for any solid fund development plan. Carol Anne Lajoie and Stuart C. Siegel will take a look at customizing stewardship to fit every organization, regardless of the size of your development shop. Carol Anne leads a team at the Richmond SPCA responsible for over $4M per year in philanthropic revenue. Whether yours is a team of one or twenty-one, what practical steps can you take to create the stewardship program right for you and your donors? Stuart is a Richmond SPCA board member and local philanthropist. Join us to find out what stewardship activities have meant the most to him. How has COVID impacted donor retention and development strategies around stewardship? Why Tofurky? Join us in November to answer all of these questions and more
Approved for 1 hour of CFRE credit.
Our Presenters: Carol Anne Lajoie serves as director of development for the Richmond SPCA, overseeing fundraising activities for Central Virginia’s largest progressive animal welfare organization. With more than 20 years fundraising in Richmond, she previously served as director of development and external relations for the Institute for Contemporary Art at Virginia Commonwealth University and chief development officer for the YWCA of Richmond. Carol Anne spent 11 years at the Virginia Historical Society before joining the YWCA. She holds a bachelor of science degree from VCU and a master’s from the Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy.
Carol Anne has served on the board of VAFRE, and as the chair of Impact 100, a women’s grant making collaborative. Her passions include Bruce Springsteen, making up songs about her dogs, and being around smart women. She lives with her husband, adopted dogs, and a flock of highly demanding chickens in North Chesterfield.
Stuart C. Siegel is the retired Chair of S&K Famous Brands and served as the Rector at VCU. He is a current member of multiple boards at VCU as well as the Richmond SPCA, the Virginia Holocaust Museum, the Jewish Community Federation of Richmond, and the Virginia Racing Commission. He has previously served on numerous Boards, including The Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen Foundation, Leadership Metro Richmond and the Richmond Forum. He has been recognized for his dedication and hard work with numerous awards both locally and nationally.
12 p.m. Program begins
1:15 p.m. Adjourn
Virtual registration is $8 for members, $11 for nonmembers who work at a member organization and $15 for nonmembers. The virtual registration fees help support the technology costs associated with offering a hybrid event.
If you are not a VAFRE member and do nor work in the office of a VAFRE member, consider becoming a member of VAFRE in order to access reduced registration fees.