Year-end Giving & Stewardship
Tuesday, Nov. 27, 2018
The Conservancy of SW Florida
Eaton Conservation Hall, 1495 Smith Preserve Way
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Effectively integrating Public Relations and Philanthropy for Nonprofit Branding, Awareness and Fundraising through collaborative strategies and tactics, the Conservancy of Southwest Florida has demonstrated success in increasing awareness and raising significant funds–from events, to annual gifts to major and transformational gifts.
Join us as Conservancy CEO Rob Moher provides a real life case study of how nonprofits can increase their effectiveness and efficiency through cross-department planning and consistent messaging.
Networking begins at 11:30 am. Lunch and presentations
begin at noon. Lunch includes a chicken salad and dessert.
A vegetarian option is available.
About Rob Moher
Rob has more than 25 years of experience in local, regional and international conservation. The last 17 years have been in senior management positions with the Conservancy.
As Vice-President of Development and Marketing, Moher led strategic philanthropic initiatives and provided leadership support for the successful Conservancy “Saving Southwest Florida” Capital Campaign which raised $38.8 million toward the construction and renovation of the enhanced Conservancy Nature Center as well as funding for policy and science endowments.
Prior to joining the Conservancy, Moher served as Regional Director for Bahamas National Trust where he was responsible for protection, management and development of three national parks including coastal and marine parks. Prior to that, he served as a Research Officer for the International Development Research Center in Ottawa, Canada
November Lunch-N-Learn at the Conservancy