The #OpenForGood Virtual Conference is for organizations that had to close their doors, pivot their missions, expand their operations, or struggle to stay afloat.
We brought together a group of leaders in the nonprofit space to dive into the learnings, takeaways, and changes nonprofits must understand to continue staying #OpenForGood. Learn everything from running virtual events and auctions, future-proofing your social media strategy, donor organization, digital communications, and more.
Watch the sessions:
Strategies and Tactics For The Next Normal
We will dive into how to prepare for the future of fundraising through multi-channel engagement tactics, with a focus on how to maximize your in-person, and virtual and hybrid interactions with donors and supporters.
Creating Winning Corporate Donors and Sponsors
Participants will leave with specific action steps to initiate, develop, and sustain their corporate relationships by producing strategic alliances that not only drive revenue but innovation and social impact.
Giving In The US: Looking Back at 2020 Data and Ahead in 2021
We will dive into data and insights from 2020, what current trends tell us about giving in 2021, and how to engage donors and supporters that are currently highly motivated.
Future-Proofing Your Social Media Strategy
Julia Campbell is on a mission to make the digital world a better place. Through speaking, training, and consulting, she shows social purpose organizations how to use social media and storytelling to build communities, showcase impact, and advance their causes.
Donor Organization Post-2020 and Beyond: What’s Different?
Great fundraising raises more when nonprofits effectively organize their donors across interests, ideas, goals, and geographies. Join Alyssa as she discusses the learnings from 2020 that allowed nonprofits to effectively and organize donors and reach significant fundraising goals.
The Future of Fundraising Events and Auctions
We will share learnings from the past year that we hope to take with us, and what we see for the road ahead. We’ll look to the hybrid event model, revealing event concepts, and exploring trends we should anticipate for a post-pandemic world. Additionally, we’ll learn how to navigate the future of fundraising events with Network for Good’s new Events & Auctions products.
Supporting Fundraisers of Color
In this session, expert fundraiser and nonprofit Executive Director veteran Rhea Wong will discuss the challenges of attracting, retaining, and promoting BIPOC talent in development roles and actions you can take right now. By putting equity, diversity, and inclusion at the center of our work, we owe it to our constituents to ensure diversity in every department and at every management level.
Get to know the thought leaders:
Kimberly O’Donnell, MS, CFRE, VP of Fundraising & Professional Services at 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.
Elicia Potter, Director of Customer Insights & Product Marketing at Network for Good. Elicia leverages her deep knowledge of the nonprofit market and customer to help Network for Good launch innovative products that solve some of the biggest challenges of small nonprofits.
Tammy Charles, MBA, Founder & CEO at Inovo Strategic Consulting. Tammy is a speaker, trainer, coach, and consultant with a background in fund development, social entrepreneurship, international development, ecosystem building, and business management.
Woodrow Rosenbaum (he/him), Chief Data Officer at GivingTuesday. As Chief Data Officer for GivingTuesday, Woodrow has been instrumental in shaping the GivingTuesday movement globally and has led groundbreaking research and analysis of individual giving behaviors.
Julia Campbell, Founder & Principal of J Campbell Social Marketing. Julia Campbell is on a mission to make the digital world a better place. Through speaking, training, and consulting, she shows social purpose organizations how to use social media and storytelling to build communities, showcase impact, and advance their causes.
Alyssa Wright, Speaker, Consultant, & CEO of Wright Consulting Group. Alyssa brings a decade of experience in international philanthropy to Alyssa Wright Consulting. An accomplished facilitator, consultant and coach she builds new revenue streams, shifts cultural perspectives and inspires people to believe that change is possible no matter what.
Sama Shagaga (he/him), Senior Project Manager and Director of Fundraising Strategy at Swaim Strategies. His passion is creating a culture of service that builds a more equitable community. That personal mission has led to over 15 years of fundraising and programmatic nonprofit work. With experience stewarding major donor and corporate relationships, implementing capital campaigns and board leadership of a statewide organization, Sama has holistic expertise of the nonprofit world.
Rhea Wong, Founder at Rhea Wong Consulting & Host at Nonprofit Lowdown. Rhea helps nonprofits raise more money. Though she has deep experience with institutional, corporate and event fund-raising, she is passionate about major individual donors and helping organizations to establish individual giving programs. She has raised millions of dollars in private philanthropy and is passionate about building the next generation of fundraising leaders.