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AFP Saskatoon Presents: The Math Behind A Major Gift - A workshop and Luncheon featuring guest speaker Vincent Duckworth, CFRE.

You have been asked to run a $5 million campaign. You have little or no front-line fundraising staff. Your board and your CEO know you will need resources to ensure campaign success and you have been asked to make a presentation to the board of directors on what the campaign needs to be successful. Eeek!

Where do you start? How do you make this rational for your leadership?

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