Whitley Lecture — Thursday, April 13, 2017

Crowdfunding and Peer-to-Peer Fundraising Will Help You Recruit an Army of New Fundraisers

Target Audience: Mid to Senior-Level Professionals

On April 13, AFP-NJ is going to show you how to recruit more fundraisers for your organization than you can pack into a boardroom. 

With a moderate budget, smart marketing and scalable technology, you can add another revenue line to your fundraising program. Done correctly, crowdfunding and the benefits of peer-to-peer fundraising will help you turn your staff, donors, admirers and their entire social networks into your own giant fundraising team.

So, if you want to raise more money for your mission, you need to attend the upcoming AFP-NJ Whitley Lecture, our once-a-year half-day seminar on the most topical fundraising issues of today. You’ll learn from three crowdfunding experts who will pack the program with information about:

  • Making crowdfunding/peer-to-peer fundraising integral to your fundraising strategic plan.
  • Determining what projects are best suited for crowdfunding and peer-to-peer fundraising.
  • Discovering what new skills your internal staff need.
  • Evaluating crowdfunding platforms and the consultants who offer them.

Whether you’re a chief development officer looking at the bottom line, a director of development planning to exceed your yearly goals, or an event manager working to create buzz about your program, this crowdfunding seminar is for you. 


John Carney, MBA
Consult Carney, LLC


Todd Baylis
CEO & CoFounder
Qgive, Inc.

Joe Ferraro

Kyle Post
Director of Crowdfunding &
Digital Fundraising
Rutgers University Foundation


Registration Fees Member Non-Member
Advance Registration Rates* $90 $120
Final Registration Rates $100 $130
*Advance registration is recommended, so you pay the lowest rate and are guaranteed a seat. We cannot guarantee seats for walk-ins. Advance registration rates end Monday, April 10. We must pay for No Shows, so you will be charged if you cancel after Monday, April 10. Cancellations must be in writing (email).