Donor Communications Plan, Part II – WSPN

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Are you responsible for your organization’s public profile, or are you lacking the team, time or tools to leverage your non-profit organization online? If so, grab a smart device and join us for a digital power training session on marketing your organization the economic and efficient way.

Part one in our donor communications plan series focused on Creating a Donor Communications Plan and covered your organization’s strategy on print pieces like your year end appeal letters, annual reports, and newsletters. In Part II, we will move to the digital realm and demonstrate how non-profit marketing teams and founders can use marketing automation tools, affordable online design platforms and traditional photojournalism to leverage relatable content to target groups such as donors and volunteers on Facebook, LinkedIn, Tumblr, and Twitter. In addition, we will hear from a former in-house counsel of aglobal operating charity that supported 2,000 staff and volunteers working in 36 countries on more than a dozen initiatives, and howonline marketing was crucial to the not-for-profit’s success.

Be prepared not only with your device, but for thoughtful questions. The program will end with an open forum that will allow attendees to ask questions of the speakers and also of the audience.


8:00 a.m. – 8:30 a.m.  Registration Check-In and Continental Breakfast

8:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. Donor Communications Plan Part II program and Q&A Session

For more information and to register, visit : WSPN 

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