The DMFA accepts proposals for webinars, workshops, interactive events and more. Our mission is to develop high-quality programming for professional fundraisers engaged in direct mail, digital, multi-channel, and other channels of fundraising while actively pursuing DMFA’s commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion. If you have expertise in professional fundraising and have a topic that you would like to present, we invite you to submit a proposal.
For a list of recent session topics, check out our past events page at: https://dmfa.org/events/past-events/.
- Sessions should be interactive, educational, and informative; they may include case studies, examples, results, and other specific details. Attendees want "takeaways" they can apply to their own programs.
- There MUST be at least one nonprofit speaker on each session.
- Speakers must present in an educational, non-commercial, non-self-promotional manner. NO sales pitches are allowed during presentations or sessions.
- Sessions are meant to cover 50 minutes of content, including Q&A.
The DMFA is open to sessions that have run at other conferences so if you already have a presentation, feel free to submit the proposal to present it with us. Submission of a program DOES NOT guarantee acceptance. Sessions will be evaluated by the DMFA within three weeks and you will receive a response either way.