New York, NY, October 27, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- With more and more communications channels out there, nonprofit supporters are getting bombarded with more and more messages from for-profit and non-profit sectors alike.
So how can a nonprofit make sure it stands out? (Hint: it’s not by jumping on the next social media tool.)
In a free webinar from Ventureneer, Multi-Channel Fundraising: Strategies to Engage Donors Through Integrated Campaigns, Farra Trompeter, Vice President of Big Duck, will present ways nonprofits can make their messages welcomed, heard, and acted upon.
“Getting heard above the din is a challenge for nonprofits and critical to fundraising success, integrating multiple media effectively is crucial,” said Geri Stengel, founder of Ventureneer.
Trompeter is just the person for the job. She has more than 15 years of experience in communications and fundraising for nonprofit organizations. She is Vice President of Client Relationships + Strategy at Big Duck, a communications firm that works exclusively with nonprofit organizations to transform the way they communicate.
In this online seminar, Trompeter will share a case study and suggest ways to build stronger campaigns by taking inspiration from a nonprofit’s brand, and carrying its story strategically across many platforms.
-The anatomy of a good multi-channel campaign
-10 Tips to make a fundraising campaign stronger
Directors of development and fundraising will find this webinar useful. For more information or to register, go to http://ventureneer.com/webclass/multi-channel-fundraising-strategies-engage-donors-through-integrated-campaigns.
Ventureneer connects values-driven small business owners, social entrepreneurs, and nonprofit leaders with the knowledge they need to make the world a better place and to thrive as businesses. At Ventureneer, entrepreneurial and nonprofit training and advice are practical, accessible, and affordable. Ventureneer blends traditional, formal instruction with informal, peer learning. You can learn new skills, collaborate with peers, develop solutions to your real-world problems, get one-on-one help from experts, and access the information you need to make better decisions for your organizations.