How to grow your online community before year-end fundraising campaigns - Shared screen with speaker view
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Hey folks. Christine (she/her) with Canadian Freshwater Alliance.
Alberto (he/him) - Lancaster, PA - Development Associate with United For Respect
Jason Moores from the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives
Hello! Colleen Moore (she/her) based in Virginia, working at Beyond the Bomb
Hi everyone, Claire (she/her) Vancouver Humane Society development officer
Anna Taylor Sweringen
Anna Taylor Sweringen, (she/her) First Jamaica Community and Urban Development Corporation, Jamaica NY
Brian (he/they) - occupied Manahoac land in Virginia - National Youth Rights Association
Dena Ellery, Wilderness Committee Annual Giving Manager she/her. Hi everyone!
Hi, Suzanne Lehbauer, Executive Director, Castlegar Hospice Society
Angie LaPaglia, she/hers, Oklahoma-based marketing/branding consultant for passionate non-profits
Don’t forget to choose ALL ATTENDEES if you’d like to chat to each other :-D
Hello Everyone! Sean Manners, based in Toronto. Organizer with Green Party of Ontario
Hi all! Brittany Freeman, Leadership Gift Officer, Crohn's and Colitis Canada
Here’s the link to the monthly donation recording: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bFuKlDZjRNg&feature=youtu.be
Hi, Laura Killgore, she/hers, Social Media Manager and Campaign Lead for 2020 Mom- a non profit working to close the gaps in maternal mental health through advocacy, education, and coloberation
Bob McCoy, Sammamish, WA USA, volunteer with Mountain Lion Foundation
Jennifer Derwey Deane
Good Afternoon! Jenn in Nova Scotia with Chalice Canada.
Hi everyone! Rachel Bridges (she/her) with UN Foundation, Senior Advocacy and Communications Manager for Global Health
Hello! Caroline (she/her) from Ecojustice Canada. I'd just introduced myself to the panelists. How do I not know how to use Zoom properly by now?!
Got a question for Natasha? Go ahead and ask in the Q&A bubble at the bottom
Monica Richardson Fund Development Manager
Hello everyone, Monica with Autism Ontario in Toronto
Is your organization risk-adverse? It’s hard to take a chance on something new - We hear that a lot!
Thanks for the questions - Keep them coming and we’ll share with Natasha!
Awesome - You can also ask questions in the Q&A bubble!
I’ve definitely dealt with silos in my career!
For “advocacy adverse” orgs, maybe a good way to think about it is “engagement.” How can you engage your supporters and have a two-way convo about what they want and what you can offer
Love that Christine!
Jennifer Derwey Deane
Mind...blown. Thank you!
Thanks so much!!
Thank you so much! this was great
Thank you for a fine webinar.