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Soroptimist International of the Americas 42nd Biennial Convention INCREASING COLLECTIVE IMPACT: ENGAGING OTHERS IN THE SOROPTIMIST MISSION FUNDRAISING.

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1 Soroptimist International of the Americas 42nd Biennial Convention INCREASING COLLECTIVE IMPACT: ENGAGING OTHERS IN THE SOROPTIMIST MISSION FUNDRAISING SR. DIRECTOR FUNDRAISING NANCY MONTVYDAS FUNDRAISING COUNCIL MEMBER SAM BUCHENAU SIA PRESIDENT-ELECT RAQUEL ARREOLA RUIZ

2 42nd Biennial Convention Soroptimist International of the Americas Governors Round Table Fundraising

3 Governor’s Round Table42nd Biennial Convention Soroptimist International of the Americas CULTURE OF PHILANTHROPY A commitment from leaders to mission- centered philanthropy that enables women and girls to take control of their lives and live their dreams.

4 Governor’s Round Table Federation Programs 42nd Biennial Convention Soroptimist International of the Americas  Women’s Opportunity Awards  Violet Richardson Awards  Soroptimist Club Grants for Women and Girls  Trafficking  Project Matching  Domestic Violence  Disaster Grants

5 Governor’s Round Table Women’s Opportunity Awards Outcomes 42nd Biennial Convention Soroptimist International of the Americas Women’s Opportunity Awards recipients reported:  97% increase in self-esteem  88% are a role model for their dependents  80% improved their standard of living  69% earned a degree/certification  54% secured higher paying employment

6 Governor’s Round Table Violet Richardson Award Outcomes 42nd Biennial Convention Soroptimist International of the Americas Violet Richardson Award recipients reported:  All are still volunteering  86% said that the award increased their self confidence  43% of their volunteer project are focused on women and girls

7 Governor’s Round Table Soroptimist Club Grants for Women and Girls Outcomes 42nd Biennial Convention Soroptimist International of the Americas Grants:  32 clubs/6 countries/$177,000  5,124 women and girls Were given tools to help them live free from violence Gained access to education and healthcare Given opportunities for advancement

8 Governor’s Round Table Annual Report nd Biennial Convention Soroptimist International of the Americas

9 Governor’s Round Table42nd Biennial Convention Soroptimist International of the Americas Soroptimist is a membership organization that carries out its mission through programs delivered by a volunteer network. Dues Members Contributions Programs

10 Governor’s Round Table Program Cost vs Contributions Revenue 42nd Biennial Convention Soroptimist International of the Americas

11 Governor’s Round Table Allocation of Expenses 42nd Biennial Convention Soroptimist International of the Americas 2013 Expenses: $4,722, Program Expenses: $2,026,147

12 Governor’s Round Table Contributions and Fundraising Costs 42nd Biennial Convention Soroptimist International of the Americas

13 Governor’s Round Table Program Cost vs Contributions Revenue 42nd Biennial Convention Soroptimist International of the Americas

14 Governor’s Round Table Increased Collective Impact 42nd Biennial Convention Soroptimist International of the Americas  Improve the lives of women and girls  Measure sustainable improvement  Increase socio-economic status of Women’s Opportunity Award recipients  Advance SIA’s reputation as a global women’s organization  Attract more resources, increase impact Fundraising Together we’ll work to:

15 Governor’s Round Table Where to Begin 42nd Biennial Convention Soroptimist International of the Americas  Champion our Women’s Opportunity Awards  Tell how we are improving the lives of women & girls  Make giving to SIA’s programs a priority

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18 Governor’s Round Table President’s Challenge 42nd Biennial Convention Soroptimist International of the Americas 100% of all clubs giving 10% of the funds they raise locally

19 Governor’s Round Table Reallocating Club Funds for President’s Challenge 42nd Biennial Convention Soroptimist International of the Americas Club funds raised = $5,000

20 42nd Biennial Convention Soroptimist International of the Americas Fundraising

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22 Governor’s Round Table President’s Challenge 42nd Biennial Convention Soroptimist International of the Americas 100% of all clubs giving 10% of the funds they raise locally

23 42nd Biennial Convention Soroptimist International of the Americas Collective Impact: Governor’s Role Region Fundraising Chairs Governors Round Table Fundraising

24 Governor’s Round Table Governor’s Role 42nd Biennial Convention Soroptimist International of the Americas  Help club and members understand how their contributions are used  Promote Soroptimist as the charity of choice of clubs and members: Club Giving/President’s Challenge Founders Pennies Laurel Society Monthly Giving Laurel Legacy

25 Governor’s Round Table  Ask clubs to budget 10% for Club Giving  Empower your region fundraising chair to take the lead on fundraising in the region. Governor’s Role 42nd Biennial Convention Soroptimist International of the Americas

26 Governor’s Round Table Region Fundraising Chair Responsibilities  Help keep you informed of fundraising activities and progress toward meeting goals  Focus on raising funds to support our collective impact goal 42nd Biennial Convention Soroptimist International of the Americas Fundraising

27 Governor’s Round Table Region Fundraising Chair Duties 42nd Biennial Convention Soroptimist International of the Americas  Seek to understand the motivation behind donation  Deliver the message on how donations are used by SIA  Encourage clubs and member to include SIA as their charity of choice  Help SIA recognize and acknowledge clubs and members for their gifts

28 Governor’s Round Table42nd Biennial Convention Soroptimist International of the Americas  Financial Transaction form CLUB/REGION CONTRIBUTIONS SIA:  Club Giving $USD_______________  This gift represents 10% of our local fundraising dollars. We are committed to supporting SIA’s programs that change the lives of women and girls worldwide.  Club Award form Fundraising:  Donated to SIA through Club Giving to support SIA programs.  Our Club Giving represents 10% of our local fundraising dollars because we are committed to supporting SIA’s programs that change the lives of women and girls worldwide. Reporting Club Giving to Increase Collective Impact

29 42nd Biennial Convention Soroptimist International of the Americas Fundraising Resources Available from Headquarters Governors Round Table Fundraising

30 Governor’s Round Table 42nd Biennial Convention Soroptimist International of the Americas

31 Governor’s Round Table42nd Biennial Convention Soroptimist International of the Americas Governors Web Page Visit Region Chair Central

32 Governor’s Round Table Fundraising Council & Staff  Sam Buchenau, Chair  Theresia Carrington  Sue Riney  Akemi Shimada  Suzanne Sullivan  Nancy Montvydas, CFRE, Senior Director of Development  Theresa Malandra, Fundraising Coordinator  Luz Aponte, Development Assistant 42nd Biennial Convention Soroptimist International of the Americas Fundraising Council Headquarters Development Department Staff

33 42nd Biennial Convention Soroptimist International of the Americas “Fundraising isn’t about raising money. It’s about inspiring people to believe that they can make a difference.” Ken Burnett, The Zen of Fundraising Fundraising


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