Eugene Education Foundation
Tuesday, February 20, 2018
03:00 PM - 05:00 PM
Hult Center Studio
One Eugene Center
In this collaborative workshop, presenter Rebecca Sprinson will lead participants through identifying key fundraising techniques that can be implemented immediately, at nonprofits of any size. With years of experience fundraising for nonprofits with minimal fundraising backgrounds, Rebecca will bring tools and techniques that nonprofit leaders and arts organizers can use to confidently make decisions about fundraising goals and procedures. This workshop will focus on essential elements of fundraising, and will also include time for participants to share ideas and problem solve with one another.
About Rebecca Sprinson
Rebecca brings a passion for educational access and experience fundraising in the Eugene area. A native of California and a graduate of the University of Oregon Clark Honors College, Rebecca worked as an undergraduate recruiter and admissions counselor for five years, during which time she recruited extensively in Asia, the West Coast, and the Midwest. She served Enrollment Management in marketing and database implementation and spoke about college opportunities to a wide array of audiences. She then worked as Development Director at Oregon Supported Living Program, which supports adults with developmental disabilities.
As Executive Director for the Eugene Education Foundation since 2015, Rebecca leads fundraising and community outreach efforts and works with the Board of Directors to set the vision and goals for EEF. Since assuming the leadership role at the Foundation, she has grown the board from 7 to 13, increased giving by over $100,000 annually, and has implemented a wide range of new initiatives and partnerships. She brings a passion for excellence in public education and effective nonprofit leadership.
This workshop is part of the Winter & Spring 2018 Workshop Series for Artists & Arts Organizations.
A special thank you to the Eugene Education Foundation for supporting this workshop.