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Beacon Pointe Institutional Insights: Strategies to Raise More Money through the Art of Communication
Strong communication is considered a hallmark of good fundraising. When you drill down further into this concept, the idea of storytelling emerges as an incredibly important and effective method of communicating the opportunities, vision, mission, and needs of a nonprofit organization. Join Beacon Pointe's Mitch Hughes as he welcomes CCS Fundraising's Chris Looney for an enjoyable and engaging workshop on elevating your own storytelling capacity.

Jan 25, 2022 11:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Mitchell Hughes
Consultant, Institutional Consulting Services @Beacon Pointe
Mitchell (Mitch) is a consultant to Beacon Pointe institutional clients and is also responsible for new client development. He serves large foundations, endowments, non-profits, high-net-worth family offices as well as corporate 401(k) plans and institutional 403(b) plans. Mitch is a member of Beacon Pointe’s Alternative Investments Committee and Beacon Pointe’s 401(k) Committee where he helps the firm maintain fiduciary standards and mandates issued by regulatory authorities. Mitch obtained his Master of Business Administration (MBA) from the University of California, Irvine. He sits on the Dean’s Leadership Circle for UC Irvine and is involved with UCI’s LifeVest Program. He also is involved with Free Wheelchair Mission serving on the Miracle of Mobility Committee and is a Shepherding Elder at Mariners Church in Irvine, CA. Mitch is married to his beautiful wife and resides in Orange County, CA along with his son.
Chris Looney
Principal & Managing Director @CCS Fundraising
Chris Looney was born into fundraising as the son of two of the country’s most respected development professionals. Now in his 23rd year with CCS, Chris maintains responsibility for managing the firm’s operations in Southern California. Chris is passionate about working collaboratively with his clients to help them realize their vision through successful development initiatives and transformational giving. Chris has assisted several hundred organizations, large and small, in raising hundreds of millions of dollars. Increasing the capacity of his clients to provide more mission is what fuels Chris’ passion for the work. Chris serves a diverse portfolio of clients across the nonprofit spectrum — including schools and universities, hospitals, museums and symphonies, social service agencies, and faith-based communities.