4 Ways to Leverage Fundraising Technology in 2020

NOW AVAILABLE ON DEMAND
Is your New Year's fundraising resolution to attract new donors, put on amazing events, raise your retention rates, or test new donor communication methods?

Network for Good's fundraising software helps thousands of small nonprofits like yours achieve their fundraising resolutions. In this webinar, you'll learn how our technology helps all nonprofits - even the technologically-challenged ones - reach new heights in 2020. 

You'll learn how fundraising software will:
  • Improve your donor communication with built-in automated templates
  • Improve donor engagement through text messages 
  • Help you retain donors through acknowledgements (video thank yous and more!)
  • Prepare for event season (text-to-give, text-to-pledge, and event ticketing)
Network for Good believes in the power of small nonprofits. Our donor management system is here to help you grow in 2020!

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Peter Hart
Product Manager
Network for Good

Peter focuses on the Donor Management and Communication tools that our nonprofits use to organize their fundraising efforts and engage their constituents to build stronger relationships. Peter is obsessive about listening to and understanding our customers' needs. He's passionate about empowering our nonprofits with fundraising tools that are simple to use but accomplish powerful results.
Agnes Sokol
Director of Product Marketing
Network for Good

Agnes is the Director of Product Marketing at Network For Good. She is a technology marketer with 10 years of experience working with software companies, venture capital firms, and innovation agencies. Prior to NFG, Agnes has most recently worked at Pendo.io in Raleigh, North Carolina, Vantiv (now Worldpay) in Denver, Colorado, Savannah Fund in Nairobi, Kenya and World Wide Creative in Cape Town, South Africa. She has a passion for compelling storytelling, international travel, skiing (poorly) and the Rocky Mountains.