Nonprofit 911:
Record-Breaking Campaigns: 5 Easy Fundraising Ideas You Can Steal from Bernie, Hillary and Trump

It’s primary season in an election year—prime time for nonprofits to take advantage of the fundraising lessons unfolding before our eyes.

Join this free webinar to learn how the top presidential campaigns mobilize supporters to raise money quickly—and how you can do the same. Whether you lean left, right, or somewhere in between, you’ll get proven fundraising tips you can implement immediately for dramatically more donations.

Key Takeaways:

  • Learn how the top political fundraisers acquire new donors and raise massive amounts of money in a short amount of time.
  • Understand how to target the right donors at the right time with the right ask.
  • Learn how to optimize your giving experience to convert more donors at higher average gift amounts.
  • Discover which tools will save time, raise more money, and help you communicate more effectively with existing and potential donors.
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About Our Speakers
Caryn Stein is Network for Good’s Vice President of Communications and Content. As Network for Good’s fundraising and marketing expert, Caryn’s dedicated to helping nonprofits combine the best practices of the web with compelling fundraising stories to create more effective marketing for their missions. She is a nationally-recognized speaker, having helped hundreds of organizations improve their fundraising campaigns and write more effective donor communications.

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Brian Lauterbach, CFRE has served as a professional fundraiser and consultant for more than 100 nonprofit organizations in the United States. In this capacity, he lead the process and strategy redesign of traditional annual giving, membership, major gifts, corporate sponsorship, and special event fundraising activities that lead to the combined acquisition, retention, and upgrading of more than 4 million donors giving $300 million to causes most important to them. Brian founded DonorPath.org, which has recently merged with Network for Good where Brian now serves as Vice President of Impact & Capacity Building.