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FCP welcomes Chad Barger for fundraising workshop


Foundations Community Partnership (FCP) welcomes nationally-known speaker, Chad Barger, to Bucks County from 9 to 10:30 a.m. Jan. 24, at the Bucks County Intermediate Unit in Doylestown.

Barger will discuss “Simple Fundraising Tactics for Nonprofit Board Members” during his workshop to help nonprofit board members and leadership teams fundraise more effectively.

“Our commitment to nonprofits is reflected by the excellent presenters and quality programming we are bringing to Bucks County,” said Dr. Tobi Bruhn, FCP’s CEO. “This is another excellent and affordable professional development opportunity for nonprofit teams and board members and supports their efforts to secure more financial resources for their organizations.”

Barger is the founder of the firm Productive Fundraising, which focuses on bringing actionable, research-based fundraising tactics to small and mid-sized nonprofits. He is a top-rated conference speaker, webinar presenter, master trainer, strategic advisor, and coach to many nonprofit fundraisers, executive directors, and board members.

Barger takes pride in being a qualified curator of top-notch fundraising news and research through his weekly “fundraiserchad” e-blasts and popular free monthly webinar series. He serves as an Adjunct Instructor at Messiah University and Temple University, is a Master Trainer for the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) and earned his Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) and Advanced Certified Nonprofit Professional (ACNP) credentials.

Barger’s workshop for Bucks County’s nonprofit community is part of #FCPresents, a series launched by FCP in 2022 to strengthen the sector by inviting thought leaders to share their expertise. The registration fee is $50 per organization, which permits you to register up to five people. Visit for information and to register.

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