Keynote Presentation Friday, September 19, 2014 9:30 - 10:30am
Kids need water to be healthy, grow, and thrive. But children living in urban poverty, globally, are typically left to drink water that can make them sick. Splash actively ensures safe water for over 230,000 children daily and is quickly scaling up in 7 countries in Asia and East Africa. The idea behind Splash is not to create new institutions—but to help existing ones get even better and build their capacity to deliver reliably clean water. They do good and they report on it. For their donors, Splash believes that they deserve transparency and honest communications about the impact they making in children’s lives. In his keynote Peter Drury, director of strategy and fundraising for Splash, will share some ideas and inspiration for how we can each be catalysts for change at our organizations and do more for our donors.
Peter Drury is a seasoned nonprofit executive, strategist and fundraiser. He is Director of Strategy for Splash, teaches at the University of Washington and Seattle University (nonprofit leadership, strategy & fundraising courses) and is Past President of the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) Washington State Chapter. Peter has served in board and advisory capacities with the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Art With Heart, MultifaithWorks, EarthShare, the Northwest Girlchoir, and several PTA’s. He is creator of the “Beyond Cash” Fundraising Management Dashboard.