Time is Running Out – Register Today and Find out from Industry Leaders How to be a Successful Nonprofit Organization

 

Overcome the Challenges of Your Nonprofit by Learning from The Success of Others

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Leaders of successful Nonprofit Organizations will showcase their initiatives, programs and success as well as give you full insight on how they leverage cloud communications to empower their mission. This webinar will reveal their strategy, methodology, experience and challenges they overcame after adopting a world-class communication solution.

When? September 16th, 2015 11am PST // 2pm EST


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A special gift for you: Register and your organization will be entered for a chance to win a $250 cash donation AND 1 month of publicity on our site to raise awareness for your cause.

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