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I’m presenting a free film fundraising webinar through the Women’s Film Institute, the presenters of the San Francisco Women’s Film Festival. Here is what they had to say about the presentation in their latest e-newsletter:
Free Webinar on How to Ask People for Money
This webinar is FREE and demonstrates how to develop relationships with individual donors and ask them to make a financial contribution to your film. Learn how to fundraise fearlessly and make a successful ask. We’ll discuss how to identify donor prospects and cultivate them, what tools you need to do this kind of fundraising and how to go face to face to ask for money. Webinar will be held on Dec. 3, 2009 at 7:00 p.m. Space is limited and RSVP by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org
About Holly Million:
Holly is a consultant, author, and filmmaker with nearly two decades’ worth of experience in fundraising. In addition to securing funding for “A Story of Healing,” which won a 1997 Academy Award, Million has raised money for documentary and dramatic films that have aired on PBS, HBO, and other broadcast outlets. She is the author of “Fear-Free Fundraising: How to Ask People for Money,” available on Amazon.com. She is writing a new book, “A Helluva Guide to Indie Film Fundraising” to be published in 2010.
She is the founder of Golden Poppy Productions, LLC, the presenters of A Helluva Camp for Indie Filmmakers on 1/23/2010 and for Nonprofit Rebels on 1/30/2010 in San Francisco, CA.
Fore more information on A Helluva Camp or to register visit: