The number one question our Personal Fundraising Coaches are asked is “what can I do to find more donors?”.
The first place to start is by growing your prospect pool of connections and supporters. Our Lead Fundraising Coach, Kimberly O’Donnell, helps organizations recruit and engage new supporters and donors. During this webinar, she’ll share tips to help you:
- Grow your mailing lists so you can spread the word of your excellent work
- Leverage your Board’s connections and strengthen engagement using a “quick win” approach
- Make the most of your social media channels to attract new supporters
- Develop meaningful ways to sustain interest before a prospect’s first gift
- Communicate with those new prospective donors once they’ve shown an interest in your work
- Utilize your Network for Good fundraising software to accomplish these goals
You’ll also hear from Network for Good customer Kathy Halamka who leads fundraising and event initiatives at Unity Farm Sanctuary and we’ll dive into Network for Good’s simple, smart fundraising software to show you new engagement features you can utilize to grow your donorbase.
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.
Kathy Halamka, BA, MFA
Co-Founder, Unity Farm Sanctuary
Kathy Halamka, BA, MFA, brings a visual arts and arts educator training to her many roles at Unity Farm Sanctuary, including Volunteer Director, Events Manager, Social Media Coordinator, Fundraiser and Public Relations Coordinator. She is a Co-Founder of Unity Farm Sanctuary. You will often find her spending time with her poultry buddies, or checking on her beloved ponies.