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Monday, September 17 • 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Today’s Volunteers: The Importance of Lay Leadership in Catholic Philanthropy

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A well-prepared and committed group of volunteer lay leaders can be the difference makers in a any fundraising endeavor - and most importantly, can make the roles of diocesan, parish, or school leadership more effective.  Years ago, dozens of parish volunteers could be counted on to tirelessly go door to door asking for fundraising contributions.  Today, volunteers are more difficult to find and even less willing to solicit gifts.  What are the ways that we can motivate more volunteers to participate?  How can we utilize their talents for a successful fundraising endeavor?  These topics and more will be explored.

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Larry Dorame

Associate, Ruotolo Associates, Inc.
Dedication, commitment, and drive all characterize Larry Dorame, whose ten-year career in the philanthropic arena has shown marketed results within the nonprofit and faith-based communities to which he has collaborated with. Larry’s expertise includes board development, donor cultivation... Read More →
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Steve Michalek

Vice President & Director of Church Division, Ruotolo Associates, Inc.
Steve Michalek has spent his career in fundraising and development with more than ten years of experience working with faith-based and higher education organizations.  His expertise includes capital campaigns, major gifts, annual fund programs, alumni programs, board stewardship... Read More →


Joe Langenderfer, CFRE

Catholic Education Foundation

Monday September 17, 2018 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Salon F

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