• Home
  • Listening to Donors: How to Discover Their Passions

Join us as we serve local nonprofits

Mid-Valley Development Professionals (MVDP) serves professionals in Oregon's Mid-Willamette Valley who raise funds for nonprofit organizations. MVDP links development professionals in the Salem-Keizer, Albany and Corvallis areas with others in the development community and provides affordable opportunities for professional growth and development.

Listening to Donors: How to Discover Their Passions

  • December 07, 2017
  • 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  • Chemeketa Center for Business & Industry 626 High St NE, Salem, OR 97301

Registration

  • Individual or Group

Registration is closed

Do you wonder what motivates donors to give? How do they like to hear from your organization? How do they want to be recognized for all that they do for your cause? 

Join us Thursday December 73-5pm at the Chemeketa Center for Business and Industryto hear local donors answer these questions and more.

Our esteemed panelists:

Chane Griggs recently retired from the Oregon Community Foundation after serving as the Philanthropic Advisor and Regional Director. Chane continues to engage in and advocate for her community serving on the Salem Planning Commission, the Salem Rotary Club Board and The Community Resource Trust Board.

Richard Pine is the Managing Trustee for Evergreen Charitable Trust, a Salem non-profit helping to create endowment funds and creatively encouraging charitable giving. Through generous donors, Evergreen has distributed $2.3 million to worthy charitable organizations.

Danny Santos retired in 2016 as Associate Dean for Student Affairs & Administration from Willamette College of Law, and has over two decades of service to four Oregon governors. He serves as a board member for Southern Oregon University, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Mid-Valley Literacy Center, and the Campaign for Equal Justice, among others.

Lane Shetterly is a partner in the law firm Shetterly Irick and Ozias in Dallas, Oregon, where he began his law practice in 1981. He served for seven years in the Oregon Legislature from 1997 until 2004. He volunteers his service on several boards including the Oregon Community Foundation, Western Oregon University, Oregon Environmental Council, and Salem Health.

Jon Stuber is an Account Manager at Aldrich Benefits specializing in managing employee benefit plans with small and medium-sized groups. As a Pentacle Theatre volunteer he has been a musician, audition pianist and music director; and for 10 years he has served as coordinator and administrator of "Celebration Works - Concert and Art Gallery series."

Bridget Welborn is a full-time professional residential Realtor for HomeSmart Realty Group and has served on the board of directors for the St. Francis Homeless Shelter for Families since 2014. Prior to entering the world of real estate she was the Marketing and Development Specialist at Family Building Blocks for more than 10 years.

The discussion will be moderated by John Hawkins.


© Mid Valley Development Professionals
Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software