If you’re looking for tips, tricks and takeaways on how to run a successful campaign that results in donations, than join us as we dive into our current customer’s success. We’ll discuss how to build a successful campaign, what has worked well for their missions, and everything you need to know to implement these strategies into your fundraising plan.
It’s important for nonprofits to set themselves up for success during the summer months. By creating foundational campaigns that include a thoughtfully designed donation page, targeted direct and e-mails appeal, (and more) now, you’ll be able to focus that attention on donor communication, namely proper thank yous, during year-end!
Set your nonprofit (and yourself!) up for success by using takeaways from this webinar to lay the foundation for an epic year end.
About the Speakers:
Executive Director, Water is Basic
Carrie Ward is the Executive Director of Water is Basic. She lives in Atlanta, GA, with her two spunky girls and her husband, who happens to be her high school sweetheart. Carrie has taught in the public school system and served as Children’s Director at United Methodist Church. She has been passionately raising funds for Water is Basic since 2008. In July 2015, Carrie had the opportunity to travel to East Africa with Water is Basic, spending time in Yei, South Sudan, Goma and Congo. This experience fueled her passion as she saw firsthand the impact of clean water and local solutions. Carrie has served as a WiB board member and is honored that she now gets to use her relational and organizational gifts in her full time position with Water is Basic. She considers this her dream job and is ready to do whatever it takes to help get clean water to the people of South Sudan and beyond, as well as sharing this urgent need with others.
Executive Director. Friends of Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge
Aimee Arent is the Executive Director of Friends of Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge, a 501(c)3 nonprofit that supports Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge, and is part of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Her love for connecting people with the outdoors started young and now, she has combined this love with her Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Science, to apply her skills at the federal, state, and local levels. Aimee has been serving the refuge in various capacities since 2011, holding positions from volunteer to federal employee, all the way too Friends board member. Now, as one of two Friends staff members, she is proud to spread awareness and secure the future of the refuge every day. As a seventh generation Northwest Ohioan, she is devoted to the Great Lakes with a focus on preserving natural areas for future generations. In her spare time, she can be found along Lake Erie’s coastline hiking, kayaking, biking, and beach combing with husband Greg and rescue dog Buck.