Fundraising for the Future: Innovations that Will Last
May 7th, 2021
12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.

Fundraising for the Future: Innovations that Will Last

Virtual Event

Chicago, IL

Fundraising for the Future: Innovations that Will Last

Some nonprofits created and leveraged innovative fundraising strategies in 2020. Which methods were unique to COVID-19 and which ones will persist post-pandemic? In this interactive workshop, designed for current board members and nonprofit professionals, you will learn about the potential, lasting impacts that COVID-19 will have on fundraising. Deepen your knowledge and skill set in how to raise money and extend your commitment to the cause to make “the ask” throughout COVID-19 and beyond.


Margie DeVine

President, DeVine Consulting

As a consultant specializing in fundraising and search, Margie DeVine meets her clients where they are and approaches each assignment with a combination of confidence, humility, and optimism. Over the years, projects have ranged from helping a nonprofit receive its 501(c)(3) status to planning for and implementing multi-million dollar campaigns. As a result, DeVine Consulting has served 72 nonprofits and completed 115 searches. DeVine started her career as a foundation assistant at Children’s Memorial Hospital (Lurie Children’s), where she worked for 18 years, culminating in her role as senior vice president. In her last few years at Lurie, she was responsible for organizing the $600 million capital campaign to build a new hospital, including overseeing the lead gifts phase. After her time at Lurie, DeVine served as vice president for external affairs at the Chicago Botanic Garden.