Raise Money NOW with Virtual Events & Donor Love! 

Wednesday, May 27th at 11:00 AM MDT 

Are you worried about having enough money to keep your nonprofit afloat now that you’ve had to cancel all your summer fundraising events?  Does the idea of fundraising in a time of great uncertainty make you anxious? This workshop is for you!

In this webinar, you will:

  • Learn how the fundraising landscape is expected to change and what you can do about it
  • Tap into simple tactics to engage donors whether your programs are shut down or you’re on the front lines providing services right now
  • Get ideas of virtual events that work!

This workshop is brought to you by Yampa Valley Community Foundation in partnership with Network for Good. 

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Rachel Ramjattan, CFRE

National Program Director for Impact & Sustainability, Network for Good 

Rachel is the best-selling author of No More Duct Tape Fundraising: A Nonprofit Leader's Guide to Becoming an Inspirational Fundraiser, and the National Program Director of Network for Good's Impact & Sustainability Team. This "special ops group" brings together local, state, regional and national grantmakers to help nonprofits build fundraising capacity and improve the long term financial sustainability of the sector.

Rachel has been actively fundraising since the age of 12. Before joining Network for Good, she worked alongside hundreds of nonprofits as a lead consultant and coach for Nonprofit Plus, LLC, a company she founded after serving Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Miami for more than a decade. She's a sought-after trainer and expert with expertise in donor development, fundraising events, social media, website design and management, and donor management systems. 

As the co-founder of a nonprofit, and the lead fundraiser in a one-person development shop for many years, Rachel understands the challenges of fundraising in small organizations and has achieved massive increases in revenue and donor retention rates for clients by implementing winning donor stewardship practices powered by right-sized technology.