The Donor Love Revolution: Building a Donor-Centric Nonprofit
[Free Virtual Conference] February 20 | 12:00-4:00 PM ET
What kind of experience do you provide your donors? You'd be surprised how many donors say they want to hear from organizations they care about more often. Or that the information being shared isn't relevant to them. Or that they feel like a number, not an individual.
In this live-streaming workshop, we'll bring together industry leaders for a robust discussion on building a donor-centric nonprofit. Register now to learn the tools your nonprofit needs to create a delightful donor experience in the digital age. We're calling it the donor love revolution.
Peer Panel Discussion: Tangible Ways to be Donor-Centric
12:00 - 1:00 PM | Speaker: Peer Panel Discussion
Hear from Network for Good customers and a personal fundraising coach on keeping communications, acknowledgments, and events focused on the donor experience.
How to Revive a Dying Annual Fundraiser Event
1:00 - 2:00 PM | Speaker: Lisa Clark, CFRE
Are you unsure how to bounce back from an annual event that's lost its appeal and the infamous 3 Gs - Guests, Gifts, and Goodwill? Learn strategies for making your annual fundraising event more donor-centric in the digital age.
Show Them the Love: Stewarding Donors for Long-Term Success
2:00 - 3:00 PM | Speakers: Loree Lipstein, Tracy Shaw
Participants will learn how strong stewardship leads to donors feeling valued and inspires loyalty over time. This talk will cover strategies that any nonprofit can use to enhance stewardship and strengthen donor relations.
Savvy Marketing Tips for Donor Engagement
3:00 - 4:00 PM | Speaker: Beth Brodsky
Could you be doing more to market your nonprofit? This session will explore strategies to amplify your story, advertise your brand, solicit donations, and improve donor retention through awesome marketing campaigns.
Virtual Conference Speakers
Founder, Raising With Lisa Clark
In addition to being the Corporate Partners Program Manager for Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford where she stewards the gift of 10 large corporations such as Apple, Cisco, and Paypal, Lisa Clark is the creator and founder of Raising with Lisa Clark whose mission is to help nonprofits raise money through fundraising events.
Founder & Principal, Thread Strategies
Loree Lipstein is a passionate and innovative leader who has worked with more than 40 nonprofits between her in-house and consulting development roles. She's used her limitless energy and fierce dedication to start and grow Thread Strategies to be a key resources for small nonprofits that are working to build development capacity. Loree holds and MBA from the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University.
Principal, Thread Strategies
With more than two decades of experience in development and nonprofit leadership, Tracy Shaw has helped a variety of organizations meet the needs of their communities by providing direction and guidance in fundraising planning and execution. As Principal at Thread Strategies, Tracy leads organizations through the process of crafting development strategies and building operations to support those strategies, including optimizing donor databases. Tracy holds a Master of Public Affairs with a certificate in Nonprofit Management and Leadership from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.
President, Iris Creative Group
As the president of Iris Creative Group Inc., Beth Brodovsky works with nonprofit leaders to inspire participation. Through training programs and project development, Beth and her team create brand communications that get people to take notice-and take action. In 2012 Beth launched Nonprofit Toolkit, offering ready-to-run online campaigns and marketing training including the group-coaching "Build Your Brand" course. For more than three years Beth has been hosting the podcast "Driving Participation," speaking with over 160 nonprofit leaders about how participation helps them thrive.