This curriculum is created with three objectives for Holistic Center fundraising professionals
as well as individuals newer to fundraising:
To inspire and develop more ease whenever we ask for what we need
To cultivate core skills for greater resource development now and in the future
To incorporate your most pressing questions,
with time in every session dedicated to practical working needs
Times are set to suit people in different centers around the world
9am – 11am PST | 12pm – 2pm EST | 5pm – 7pm UK
The course will commence Thursday January 9 2020
It will continue over six consecutive Thursdays:
16, 23 and 30 January, 6 and 13 February.
HCN annual members $395
Non members $495
Please contact us for group pricing.
Brett Cobb led a diverse group of professionals through a deep and on-target inquiry process into how they approach and seek out funding. This was no band-aid, superficial gloss on a critical and complex topic. The process is successive, each exercise building on the last, gradually unfolding insight and positive, actionable skills for the participant and their unique circumstances.”May 2019 Participant
The training was wonderful. The entire board expressed that they found it deeply valuable and they are all extremely different. It’s wonderful that it spoke to each one. We’ve clarified where we want to grow and exactly how much money we need and what we need it for. So, success!November 2019 Participant
Brett exudes kindness, loving presence, patience, and compassionate care for humanity. As a seeker and a searcher for truth, he is able to invite other seekers to also find truth.”October 2018 Participant
In 2016, Brett moved to Saint Petersburg, FL to form Compassionate Tampa Bay consulting, where based on his more than twenty years of nonprofit experience with major organizations in New York and Florida, he consults with Boards of Directors and nonprofit leaders, including Holistic Centers Network.
His fundraising work includes senior leadership roles at Omega Institute for Holistic Studies for nearly 8 years, the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), the New York Philharmonic, New York City Opera, and the Empire State Pride Agenda.
Since 2015, Brett is also a Senior Teacher of Compassion Cultivation Training under the auspices of the Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education at the Stanford University School of Medicine and The Compassion Institute. In addition, he creates custom curricula and workshops to meet the needs of regional healthcare organizations and other nonprofits toward greater Compassion, Self-Compassion and Well-Being. He is a former board member of the Tampa International Gay and Lesbian Film Festival and The Yoga Service Council.