Nonprofit Webinar Series: Top 10 Fundraising Strategies to Power Your Nonprofit in 2016

Get More Money for Your Nonprofit with These Fundraising Strategies

Complimentary Webinar: Susan McPherson, frequently featured in Forbes, CNBC, The Huffington Post and Harvard Business Review will reveal top tips to EXCEED YOUR FUNDRAISING GOALS and get the money your nonprofit needs to fulfill its mission in this exclusive webinar.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

When? February 10th @ 10am PST | 1pm EST

Can’t make it? Register and we will send you the podcast.

Educational Webinar Agenda:

  • Ensure the financial health of the organization.
  • Identify the TOP strategies generating the greatest return
  • Retain and increase donors contributions
  • Build meaningful connections and encourage ongoing engagement from your community.
  • Use data to showcase your organization’s impact.

Your registration is also a chance to WIN: Attend and give your organization a chance to win the spot for “Featured Nonprofit of the Week” on our website.

Click here to reserve your seat. Seats fill fast.

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