|FUND 5000: Ethical and Legal Issues|
|FUND 5001: Fundraising Trends, Research and Advocacy|
|FUND 5002: Basic Fundraising Events|
|FUND 5003: Fundraising Communications|
|FUND 5004: Computer Skills for Fundraising|
|FUND 5005: e-Philanthropy and Social Media: Fundraising|
|FUND 5006: Team Management for Fundraisers|
|FUND 5007: Financial Management for Fundraisers|
|FUND 5550: Annual Giving and Capital Campaigns|
|FUND 5551: Career Development|
|FUND 5552: Major Gifts|
|FUND 5553: Advanced Fundraising Events|
|FUND 5554: Donor Databases|
|FUND 5555: Prospect Research and Stewardship Management|
|FUND 5556: Direct Marketing and Merchandising|
|FUND 5557: Grant Writing for Charities and Non-Profit Groups|
|FUND 5566: Volunteer and Staff Relationships for Fundraising|
|FUND 5567: Operating a Development Office|
|FUND 5568: Planned Giving and Endowments|
|WORK 5010: Fundraising Field Placement|
Current students, please make sure to review your MyHumber Academic Progress report to confirm which courses you should register into for your Winter semester. Courses with in-person requirements will likely also have online components. Humber may need to change plans for in-person learning, subject to government and public health directives and/or additional health and safety considerations.
Upon successful completion of the program, a graduate will:
Demonstrate personal competencies in relationship to ethics, legal issues, and leadership in fundraising.
Conceptualize and plan fundraising project and programs (e.g., major gifts, planned giving, annual giving, corporate giving and capital campaigns).
Prepare proposals and administer grants.
Develop and implement marketing and direct marketing strategies and activities.
Conduct the research and analysis associated with the management of lists, promotions and donors.
Evaluate the environmental forces that impact Canadian business and non-profit and charitable organizations, and explain the organization and roles of the various departments found within fundraising organizations.
Apply writing skills for fundraising proposals, annual reports, promotion, marketing, public relations, direct mail and event marketing.
Manage human resource and volunteer resources including planning, recruiting, selecting, orienting, training, supervising, evaluating volunteers.
Manage fundraising projects including the development of implementation plans, the monitoring and evaluation of programs and projects.
Demonstrate personal relationship building and presentation skills for fundraising including presenting fundraising programs as well as approaching prospects and closing pledges.
Manage computer databases in order to input, compile, analyze and report data and isolate new markets and fundraising opportunities.
Analyze fundraising issues and events, implement a problem-solving process and present solutions.
Contact fundraising employers and identify work opportunities in the field.
The work placement, which concludes your course of study, takes place in the summer during the program’s final eight weeks. Placements are usually with charities and non-profit groups although it is also allowable to do your work placement with consulting firms, corporate donation offices, foundations or government granting agencies.
This reinvigorated program will feature:
Canadians are generous and fundraisers are turning that giving spirit into meaningful impact.
Did you know that working in the sector means you play a role in:
Successful completion of this program may open doors to a rewarding career. You will have the opportunity to become a key player in a sector that includes organizations focused on healthcare, education, social service, the arts, politics, the environment and international development – just to name a few. Employers are keen to hire Humber graduates.
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