See the Impact
Dr. Shariq Siddiqui applauds break out exercise during class on gift range charts. A gift range chart helps break any fundraising goal into manageable pieces for fundraisers.
We all know that finances are often
the make it or break it element for our nonprofits. This course teaches us research based techniques to help our organizations become more financially viable year after year.
San Francisco, CA
Our programs allow you to meet Philanthropists and Social Good Professionals in your community to network, share best practices, and uncover collaboration opportunities.
We are launching Muslims for Social Good, the first association that will allow Muslim Social Good do-ers to collaborate, share and help make the world a better place.
This was the first time I was able to
discuss and learn about the
management of a nonprofit and
more specifically fundraising in the
Muslim Community. The
opportunity to focus on trends and
problems or techniques that apply
directly to our work and
constitutions has been invaluable. I
highly recommend it to anyone on
the boards or staff of a nonprofit.
Dr. Richard Klopp awards a CFRM (Certified Fundraising Manager) certificate on behalf of Indiana University to a student completing all four qualifying classes.
Our partnership with Indiana University enables us to bring the best in learning materials. IUPUI is a top philanthropy school celebrating their 50th anniversary!
Through what I have learned from
this course, I plan to segment donor
lists into the pyramid model, begin
making constituent maps and align
the annual banquet with specific
solicitation, cultivation or
stewardship goals. I plan to share
key learnings with my staff and
direct them to cut out projects that
are not donor-centric.
Los Angeles, CA
Classes are taught with a hands-on approach. Attendees are encouraged to bring their donor information to apply during break-outs so the learnings are easily implemented.
GREAT NEWS! Yes, I know it's hard to imagine that there is actually great news in times like these. But yes, we really have some great news to share.
The Center on Muslim Philanthropy is working closely with the team at The Lilly School of Philanthropy to provide the same curriculum through a virtual format. YES! Virtual delivery of the same great content!
While we work on taking the same great content to a virtual class delivery format, we’ve postponed all in-person classes. This is because your safety is important to us. We are following Indiana University’s guidelines when it comes to restoring the in-person classes. As soon as we hear from them, you will be first to know.
Meanwhile, we are partnering with a number of institutions and industry thought leaders to offer timely webinars to help navigate this pandemic. We will get through this and hopefully gain a new appreciation for our connectedness and freedom. Let us work together for a better day.
Center on Muslim Philanthropy