The world of online fundraising is sometimes a tricky and uncertain place. We know that there are many facets that go into creating engaging fundraising campaigns.
This webinar will cover all the essentials of online fundraising, give you the tools and framework to start or enhance your own efforts and provide a deep dive into examples with real-world results from our special guest speaker.
In this webinar you will learn:
Why your online visibility matter to fundraising
Best practices for engaging donors online
How to structure your “ask” online
What was learned in the world of online fundraising during COVID-19
The future of online giving
You’ll walk away with a solid understanding of how online fundraising can impact your organization, advice from our experts, and insight into the future of online giving!
Nicholas creates content that works. Videos, infographics, animation, photography, mobile apps, and anything else clients need to build their brand, attract the best talent, raise funds, engage donors, or promote their cause.
Nicholas provides end-to-end content creation and communication strategies that helps organizations stand out from the crowd and showcase what makes them special.
Shawna is the Advancement Director of Emma Norton Services, a Saint Paul nonprofit organization with a mission to provide transformational housing and growth for women and families on their journey to recovery.
Shawna has 20+ years of experience working in development and fundraising for nonprofit organizations, including The Women’s Foundation of Minnesota and The Family Housing Fund in Minneapolis. She also taught english in Japan and served for a year through the Lutheran Volunteer Corps at a hunger organization in Baltimore, MD.
Shawna has a B.A. in English and Political Science from Augustana College in Rock Island, IL and a Master’s of Journalism from Boston University. When Shawna is not working to advance the mission of Emma Norton Services, she is spending time with her family, playing basketball, traveling, or sitting down to enjoy a good book.