As we adjust to the “new normal,” organizations are considering how to convert all or part of their events to virtual. This can be quite stressful as you craft new approaches for ticketing, livestreaming, programming, and fundraising!
Don’t fret – we’ve done the research to help you host your best virtual fundraiser yet. Join Network for Good’s Lead Fundraising Coach, Kimberly O’Donnell, and Customer Marketing Manager, Liz Ragland, to learn how to:
- Communicate effectively about your upcoming event
- Handle logistics from tickets to thank you videos, without breaking a sweat
- Capitalize on the built-in tools in your Network for Good software to do it all with ease and style
We’ve also invited a client just like you – Jayme Dingler of Talbot Interfaith Shelter – to share about their recent Virtual Lip Sync Battle.
About the Speakers:
Kimberly O’Donnell, MS, CFRE
Lead Fundraising Coach, Network for Good
Kimberly is a seasoned fundraising and nonprofit leader. She has spent nearly 25 years blending fundraising, marketing, and sales principles to scale dollars raised and strengthen donor and stakeholder engagement. Working as a fundraiser for small and mid-sized organizations, she has exceeded every goal given and leveraged best practices to make each fundraising activity a better version of the last.
Marketing and Development Director, Talbot Interfaith Shelter
Talbot Interfaith Shelter is a homeless shelter and transitional housing program based on Maryland’s Eastern Shore. Dingler began volunteering with the shelter through her job, and in 2013, she became a member of their Board of Directors. By partnering with a committed Board of Directors, she has helped Talbot Interfaith Shelter succeed, both in raising the organization’s profile in the community, and in exceeding fundraising goals for the past two years.
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.