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Eskin Fundraising Training LLC

Eskin Fundraising Training LLC

10410 Pelican Drive San Antonio TX


Eskin Fundraising Training LLC

At Eskin Fundraising Training LLC we have three main objectives. First, we educate nonprofits board members, volunteers, and staff in the art and science of fundraising. Additionally we prepare and coach you on making the most out of ask opportunities. Finally we help you identify and follow up on prospects as well as craft donor communications.

Most people are afraid of asking for gifts. Fear of the unknown holds them back and that is perfectly normal. Eskin Fundraising Training LLC demystifies the art and science of fundraising. We do this by empowering professional and volunteer nonprofit advocates to play productive roles roles in discovery, cultivation, soicialiciatiation and stewardship of donor prospects. Our training helps organizations develop resources to more robustly champion their mission.

Eskin Fundraising Training LLC founder, Jim Eskin enjoys championing philanthropy and its transforming power to advance non-profits that improve the world through their respective missions. He is passionate about getting others excited about fundraising and empowering them to tap its power to accomplish good works. As a result Jim launched Eskin Fundraising Training LLC. It launch in 2018 after 30 years of leadership roles in fundraising, public affairs and communications.

Over the past two years, he has led more than 100 workshops, partnering with Microsoft, Texas Capital Bank, Catto & Catto and MassMutual South Texas. His webinars reach thousands of non-profit leaders, including both professional and volunteer fundraisers. Guest speakers have included some of the most respected figures in philanthropy and their professions. Some of which include Harvey Najim, Marsha McCombs Shields, Gordon Hartman, Francisco Cigarroa, Harriet Dominique, Henry Cisneros and Lionel Sosa. Jim’s emphasis is on making training interactive, easy-to-understand and fun. This comes with replacing the fear of asking for gifts with comfort and confidence.