Virtual Storytelling: Get Your Message to the Masses

NOW AVAILABLE ON DEMAND
Storytelling is a proven fundraising strategy for engaging supporters and donors. Embrace virtual technologies to share your mission and recruit new followers. 
 
Join Network for Good as we share how to:  
  • Create engaging videos that make your organization stand out
  • Write memorable and effective stories about those impacted by your mission 
  • Share your stories and successes using multiple communications channels 
  • Establish a communication cadence to help you connect with your largest audience to date 
We’ll provide tips and demonstrations to help your communications sizzle this summer. Plus, you'll hear from Network for Good customer, Madison Gonzalez about how storytelling has made an impact on their fundraising campaigns.
Janet Cobb
Personal Fundraising Coach
Network for Good

As a practical visionary, Janet Cobb integrates her skills in education, non-profit management, and fundraising, to offer innovative solutions to align money and mission. Janet has worked in and with nonprofits her entire career with a focus on fundraising and executive leadership since 2004. Janet began coaching small and early-stage nonprofits in 2014, and since then as supported over 300 organizations in the area of strategy, fundraising and communications.
Madison Gonzalez
Community Involvement and Events Manager
Morning Light

Madison Gonzalez is a National Public Speaker, Storyteller of the Year Award-Winner, Best-Selling Author of Dear Mirror, and Published Poet. She is the Community Involvement and Events Manager at Morning Light in Indianapolis. As a non-profit storytelling coach and consultant, it is her mission to empower others to share their stories for impact and income. 
Liz Ragland
Customer Marketing Manager, Network for Good

Liz Ragland is the Customer Marketing Manager at Network for Good. Prior to joining Network for Good, Liz worked in communications, marketing, and development serving nonprofits in the arts, advocacy, and association spaces in Seattle, Oklahoma City, and Washington, DC.