Do you love to read and share with other book lovers, but don’t have the time to create a book club from scratch? We’ve got you covered 😊!
In the Fundraising HayDay Book Club, we’ll explore an eclectic mix of non-fiction and fiction in one-hour monthly meetings co-facilitated by Amanda Day and Kimberly Hays de Muga, also the co-hosts of the award-winning Fundraising HayDay Podcast.
Whether you’re a beginning grant pro or seasoned professional seeking to learn more about the issues affecting communities you serve, or simply enjoy losing yourself in a good book, this is a perfect low-key, low-stress way to connect with like-minded people.
For as low as $7.50 a month you’ll receive:
- Discussion questions a week before each monthly meeting
- Access to a private online group to message about all things books
- Access to the Zoom recording of each meeting in your subscription if you’re unable to attend
- Facilitated book club meetings where we actually prioritize talking about the book led by seasoned presenters who may occasionally make cheesy sound effects or burst into song
(Please note: Subscriptions do not include the purchase of the books we’ll be discussing. You will be responsible for buying or borrowing the book club selections in eBook, print, or audio, whatever works best for you.)
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Grant writing, just like fundraising, is very relational. The truth is that people give to people. This is why we are talking to Kara D. Mostowy, CFRE, GPC, Chief Development Officer of The Watson Institutehttps://www.thewatsoninstitute.org/. We are working to break down the silos between fundraisers and grant professionals. The more we can work together, the better we can fund the good work of our organizations.