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How to Market Bequests: The Delicate (tho Highly Lucrative) Art of Asking for that Final Gift
Online 90-minute Webinar plus "All-You-Can Eat" Q&A Session
Trainer: Tom Ahern
Registration Fee: $139

Live 90-minute webinar training by Tom Ahern with All-You-Can-Eat Q&A session featuring Tom Ahern, Professor Russell James, and Julie Cooper

PLUS: Video replay emailed to you following the training

You will also receive a PDF of the entire presentation for future reference. (And you'll need that PDF ... since science says humans forget about 80% of what they hear today ... by tomorrow.)

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Tom Ahern
International Fundraising Copywriter, Strategist, Author and Speaker
The New York Times Called Tom Ahern "one of America's most sought-after creators of fund-raising messages." Tom Ahern is one of the world's foremost experts on fundraising communications. His clients include USA for UNHCR (fundraising for refugees), the Tomaquag Museum (Indigenous), Ithaca College, Lansing Arts (MI), the North Carolina Arboretum, the Marine Mammal Center (CA), the Institute for Sustainable Philanthropy (UK), Teach for America, the Sharp Healthcare system in San Diego, Lucile Packard Children's Hospital at Stanford University, Save the Children Global, and many more. His services for these various clients include case development, direct mail, donor newsletter development, donor comms audits, online course development and staff training. Tom's specialty? Changing underperforming donor communications programs into moneymakers, using the latest discoveries in psychology and neuroscience. He has authored seven how-to books on donor communications.