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The Ministry of Fundraising

Registration is now open for this remote, 3-credit course that runs from August 28 - December 19


You are invited to enroll...

in an accredited course on the challenge of ministry and fundraising. Please join Professor Nicholas Chakos for this 3-credit, remotely delivered course for learners from across the globe, which meets twice weekly on Mondays and Wednesdays from 3:40 - 5PM ET.

Registration is now open and will close on August 21. Qualified applicants will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. The class size will allow for frequent interaction between the instructor and students.

Please complete the Course Inquiry Form on this page to receive more information and the link to apply to enroll in this course.

Course Areas Include

Fundraising, relationship-building, and transformative ministry.

Explore the Ministry of Fundraising

It is challenging for clergy and lay leaders to translate theology into a well-funded and engaging ministry that draws people closer to Christ.

Effective leaders understand that fundraising and donor relationships are actionable ministries, not just about meeting financial needs. They express faith while building community and transformative ministries.

For more information or to apply to enroll in this course, please fill out the form below.


About the Instructor

Nicholas Chakos has over 20 years of progressive fundraising and management experience, including 11 years as the CEO of faith-based, ministry-based, and secular organizations. He has led fundraising, strategic planning, and the delivery of key results for multiple non-profit organizations.
Admission Requirements
  • Complete the Course Application that collects contact information. Fill out the inquiry form above to receive the link to the application.
  • A recommendation letter from a parish priest, parish lay leader or professor.
  • The most recent academic transcript (unofficial).

Course Facts

  • Course Delivery
    Remote, synchronous delivery through Canvas and Zoom
  • Tuition Cost: $1,500
    Financial aid may be available for those who qualify through the Office of Financial Aid.
  • Time and Class Dates
    Mondays and Wednesdays, 3:40 - 5:00 PM ET, August 28-December 19. Here is the link to the academic calendar.
  • Course Size
    Enrollment will be limited to preserve the character of the Hellenic College education.

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