Kim Klein began her fundraising career “on the ground” in some of the poorest communities in America.
Her celebrated strategies and teachings became the backbone that founded “The Grassroots Fundraising Journal and Institute,” which has helped hundreds of nonprofit, community service and faith-based organizations raise millions of dollars and sustain numerous vital programs.
OCCUR, in partnership with The San Francisco Foundation FAITHS program, will host one of Klein’s rare presentations Tuesday Sept. 25 at First Unitarian Church at 685 14th St. in Oakland.
The event is part of OCCUR’s “Model Built on Faith” program series, which is designed to build the program capacity and provide technical assistance for faith-based and nonprofit organizations.
“This tough economy has been incredibly difficult for organizations and agencies that mobilize their staffs and volunteers daily to provide critical community services and safety net programs, which makes this session with Klein extremely timely,” said David Glover, OCCUR Executive Director.
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