Get to know the Executive Fund Development Program!

The third edition of the Executive Fund Development Program (PROEDEFO) has arrived, organized by the Center for Social Innovation of the University of San Andrés, with the support of the Postgraduate Program in Direction and Management of Social Organizations, Donar Online and AEDROS as an initiative against to the growing financing needs of the social organizations in Latin America.

The program will take place from Tuesday, May 16 to Tuesday, October 31, inclusive, with a total of 80 teaching hours including 5 (five) intensive seminars of 4 (four) modules/classes each, as well as open seminars and conferences.

Classes will be taught online from 4:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Argentina, Chile, Paraguay, Uruguay time / 2:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Colombia, Ecuador and Mexico.

It is an intensive fee-based program that seeks to offer advanced information in Latin America on fundraising, primarily oriented towards the financial sustainability of social organizations. Specifically, PROEDEFO seeks to promote a strategic approach and generate capacities that facilitate and enhance the implementation of innovative models and the adoption of essential tools for the successful management of funds.

The central themes will be:

  • strategic vision of resource mobilization campaigns
  • acquisition of new donors and increase of existing donations
  • developing large donors and increasing existing donations
  • new trends, strategies and tools for fund development
  • direction and management of the fundraising structure

It is intended for executive directors and professionals with a minimum experience of 3 years in fundraising in social organizations.

To register and send reports, you can do so through the email

A certificate of completion of the program will be delivered to those who complete at least 75% of the modules of each intensive seminar and open seminars of the Program (the percentage of attendance of the latter will be calculated taking the 4 open seminars as a weekly of 4 modules). Those who cannot complete that percentage during the year will be able to do so in the next edition, attending the modules that they could not attend to access the certificate.

For more information you can visit their official website or access the following link.