“How can I raise more money online” – A common question from charities
“How do I tell customers about our charity work without sounding sleazy” – A common concern from businesses
We hear questions like this everyday from our clients. Luckily we’ve become quite good at answering them.
In 2014 we will be embarking on one of our most ambitious projects yet, a series of workshops that give not-for-profits the tools they need to communicate more effectively, market more efficiently and reap the full benefits of digital.
charity: water returns to Australia
One of my 2013 highlights was working with Paull Young, Director of Digital at the one of the world’s fastest growing not-for-profits, charity: water. We invited Paull to Australia to present to six of Australia’s leading not-for-profits, sharing his unique insights into how he, and charity: water used digital marketing to raise over $100 million in six years.
The workshops were a roaring success. We received great feedback from charities that participated and calls, emails -even blog posts- from others requesting attendance.
Lucky for us, Paull will return to Australia and join us in presenting at all workshops in Sydney and Melbourne next February.
What will I get from the workshops?
The Future of Fundraising: An exciting workshop for not-for-profits who want to learn how to the right tools and strategy can supercharge their digital fundraising efforts.
Hear how charity : water raised 100 million dollars in just 6 years
How to structure your digital team for success
Case studies on what’s working for Aussie charities (and what’s not!)
We are still working to put the final touches on the program and we’d love to hear from you about anything you’d love to see covered.
What tools or advice do you need to take better advantage of digital channels?
Questions? Email the team at firstname.lastname@example.org
As a valued reader we would like to offer our “friends of ntegrity” discount. Simply enter the code NTEGRITY and receive 25% off your ticket to “The Future of Fundraising” in either Sydney or Melbourne.