Innovation Workshops 

Fundraising Messaging Workshop | May 11, 2 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
100 Pearl Street, 2nd floor, Hartford 

Find out what really motivates donors and pulls at their heart strings. Join us for a hands-on workshop with storytelling strategist Ann Kelley, 2nd Vice President of Enterprise Leadership and Organization Development at Travelers. In this workshop, you'll learn how to create compelling messages that move donors to action, as well as how to attract and maintain donors through targeted messaging strategies. This workshop is tailored to arts organization professionals, but individual artists are welcome. Registration required; early bird pricing ends on 4/21! 

This workshop is part of the Arts Council's Innovation Workshop series. Save the date for Arts Innovation Day on June 2nd and be sure to sign-up for Arts Scoop to receive news and opportunities straight to your inbox!


Previous Workshops

Creativity & the Law 
Copyright 101 for Artists

Grant Prep: Opportunities & Writing

9 Grant Writing Dos & Don'ts 

Digital Marketing Strategies 
Read our recap on the blog

Questions or Comments

Have an idea for a seminar? Let us know! Contact Amanda Roy, Community Programs Manager, at

Additional affordable training resources: 

Pro Bono Partnership
 – Workshops & Support Services

Americans for the Arts  Webinars

CT Humanities – Workshops

CT Association of Nonprofits – Workshops, Classes & Conferences

Foundation Center – Workshops / Webinars

Hartford Public Library – Workshops

Hartford Foundation for Public Giving – Workshops, Training & Support Services

Main Street Community Foundation – Seminars

Please note that registration is non-refundable, but may be transferred to a colleague at the same organization. Walk-ins are not permitted.

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