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You can raise more money for your nonprofit with social media. Learn how during this exclusive webinar.

social_mediaOnline giving surged by over 35% last year, with gifts over $1,000 becoming increasingly commonplace. What are the keys to successful nonprofit fundraising online, especially through social media? Join us for this free, interactive webinar and learn how to raise big bucks for your cause online.

In this webinar, participants will learn:

  • What kinds of campaigns are best suited to online fundraising, and hear a step-by-step breakdown of how to set your campaign up for success.
  • Three simple tweaks you can make to double online donations within just one month.
  • How to engage your social media followers, so you can not only secure donations from them, but actually turn your donors into fundraisers.

For anyone working in the nonprofit marketing space, this is a must- attend webinar. Register now by filling out the form to your left.


About the Presenters:

  Darian Rodriguez Heyman  
 
 
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Darian co-founded the only conference series in the country devoted to social media for social good, Social Media for Nonprofits, which educates social sector leaders on how to advance fundraising, marketing, advocacy, and recruitment efforts online. Previously, he served as Executive Director of Craigslist Foundation (2004 – 2008), an organization dedicated to connecting nonprofit leaders to the resources they need to build a better world, where he helped launch their Nonprofit Boot Camp and educated and inspired over 10,000 nonprofit leaders.
  Lesley Mansford  

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Lesley has built Razoo into the fastest growing crowdfunding platform for causes. Under her leadership Razoo has helped over 16,000 nonprofits raise over $140 million dollars. From 2006 to 2010 she served on the board of directors for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, heading up their fundraising committee. She was named Woman of the Year in 2003 for her fundraising efforts.