[Virtual Conference] Keep Your Good Going:
The Changing Landscape and Your Nonprofit

Wednesday, July 1st beginning at 11:30am ET

Want to know what the future holds for your nonprofit? We don't have a crystal ball, but we do have the next best thing - join our upcoming day-long Virtual Conference to learn how to stay ahead in these changing times.

You'll hear from nonprofit thought leaders and experts who have the scoop on how to keep your good going in the face of adversity.

We'll cover:
  • Our new 2020 Small Nonprofit Benchmark Study (and how you can use those insights to continue your growth)
  • How to create a robust virtual culture at your nonprofit
  • How to foster diversity and inclusion within your organization
  • What's next for fundraising
  • And lots more!
If you're unable to attend the entire conference, simply register and we'll send you the materials afterwards!

P.S. Our customer, Jamyle Cannon, Founder and Executive Director of The Bloc Chicago is featured in the image seen above! Check out this amazing video acknowledgement Jamyle created using our simple, smart fundraising software.
Register using the form below:

Session Schedule:

11:30 - 12:00 pm ET: What's Next for Fundraising?
Kimberly O'Donnell, Lead Fundraising Coach and Peter Hart, Product Manager, Network for Good

12:00 - 1:00 pm ET: The Small Nonprofit Benchmark Study: 5 Insights Into How Small Nonprofits are Raising Money
Brady Josephson, Managing Director, NextAfter Institute
  • Network for Good and the NextAfter Institute surveyed over 1,200 fundraisers and marketers about their fundraising and analyzed giving data from more than 2,800 nonprofits. We wanted to understand how small nonprofits are fundraising (with a focus online), where they can improve, and how they can grow their fundraising revenue. You'll learn how your small nonprofit compares to others, ideas to better focus your fundraising efforts, and some simple tips to optimize your online fundraising.
1:00 - 2:00 pm ET: Fundraising Through Fear and Uncertainty
Rachel Muir, CFRE, Nonprofit Consultant, Trainer and Speaker
  • Let’s be honest: fundraising takes a truckload of guts on a good day. If you're at a loss for how to communicate with donors in this COVID-19 crisis, join our special guest Rachel Muir, CFRE for some help. This workshop is dedicated to helping you navigate fundraising turbulent times with winning communication strategies and examples.
2:00 - 3:00 pm ET: Creating an Effective Virtual Workplace Culture
Beth Kanter, Master Trainer, Speaker, and Author
Meico Marquette Whitlock, Founder and CEO, Mindful Techie
  • How do you encourage employee engagement, trust, and balance when the lines between work and personal life are blurred? During this webinar you will learn the best practices for effective collaboration and communication. These are essential skills for advancing your organization’s mission during a global crisis and helping your organization adapt and thrive. Learn practical strategies for boosting team morale, engagement, and well-being in the virtual workplace. 
3:00 - 4:00 pm ET:  Integrating Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity into Your Board Culture
Jim Taylor, Vice President of Leadership Initiatives, BoardSource 
  • So many boards are interested in becoming more focused on diversity, inclusion, and equity, but aren’t sure where to begin.  In this session, you will hear why this work is so important to the mission of nonprofits, current national data on nonprofit board diversity, and steps your board can take to make progress on these issues.
4:00 - 4:30 pm ET: Communicating with Purpose
Kimberly O'Donnell, Lead Fundraising Coach and Peter Hart, Product Manager, Network for Good
  • For many of our nonprofit clients, the last few months have presented a unique challenge: how do you talk about your mission without sounding insensitive to everything else going on in the world? In this session, we’ll teach you how to communicate purposefully and thoughtfully with your donors and supporters. If you’ve ever wondered whether your communications are hitting the mark in light of the difficult spring and summer many of your supporters have experienced, this session is for you! We’ll cover the importance of storytelling, how to evaluate your existing communication language to improve social sensitivity, ideas for talking about difficult subjects in your appeals and other communications, how to stay top of mind despite social distancing, and how to create more individualized communications using segmentation.

Kimberly O’Donnell, MS, CFRE
Lead Fundraising Coach
Network for Good


Kimberly is a seasoned fundraising and nonprofit leader. Having worked as an Executive Director, Chief Philanthropy Officer, fundraising consultant, and advisor to hundreds of nonprofits, she has spent nearly 25 years blending fundraising, marketing, and sales principles to scale dollars raised and strengthen donor and stakeholder engagement. She has exceeded every goal given and leveraged best practices.

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.

Brady Josephson
Managing Director
NextAfter Institute for Online Fundraising


Brady is the Managing Director of the NextAfter Institute where he performs original research, develops evidence-based resources, and provides data-driven training to help organizations raise more money online. Brady is a charity nerd, adjunct professor,  international speaker, and a host of The Generosity Freakshow — a podcast discussing how we can improve, optimize, and grow giving.

Rachel Muir, CFRE
Nonprofit Consultant, Trainer and Speaker



Rachel's career includes leading an online fundraising consulting practice for a major software company and managing major gift portfolios for some of the country’s largest and most successful nonprofits. Rachel is a sought after fundraising speaker and keynote. In addition she leads retreats and custom trainings to transform people into confident, successful fundraisers. 

Beth Kanter
Master Trainer, Speaker, and Author


Beth is an author, virtual facilitator and trainer and is internationally recognized thought leader in digital transformation and wellbeing in the workplace with over 35 years of providing capacity building for nonprofits and foundations. Beth is the co-author of the award winning Network Nonprofit books and The Happy Healthy Nonprofit: Strategies for Impact without Burnout (http://bit.ly/happyhealthynpbook).

Meico Marquette Whitlock
International Trainer and Speaker
Founder and CEO, Mindful Techie

Meico helps changemakers find work-life and tech-life balance so they can do their best work while living well-rounded lives. He is the founder and CEO of Mindful Techie, author of The Intention Planner, and a trained mindfulness facilitator. He has worked with organizations such as Cigna, Greenpeace, and the World Wildlife Fund, and has been a featured speaker on ABC News, Fox 5,  and Radio One.

Jim Taylor
Vice President of Leadership Initiatives
BoardSource
As VP of Leadership Initiatives, Jim focuses on leading BoardSource’s efforts to position nonprofit boards for stronger leadership on diversity, inclusion, and equity. He leads BoardSource's work to spark and support understanding, action, and change at the board level on these issues; serving as an external representative, speaker, and writer; developing resources and programming; and partnering with peer organizations.