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Social Media: Planning an Online Fundraising Campaign

12/6/2013

When: Friday, December 6, 2013
11:30 AM to 1:30 PM
Where: Galloway Room, Mills Memorial Building
Rollins College
1000 Holt Avenue
Winter Park, Florida  32789
United States

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Social Media: Planning an Online Fundraising Campaign
What You Need to Do Before, During the Campaign, and After the Money is Raised 

Sponsored by Chase

Nielsen’s Trust in Advertising 2013 survey reveals that consumers globally are increasingly turning to online media for more information about brands. Word-of-mouth recommendations from friends and family are still the most influential, with 84 percent of global respondents believing this to be the trust worthiest. So essentially, peer-to-peer is the most effective form of promotion or advertising and consumers are getting more information online.

What does this mean for your organization?

Join us for a luncheon presentation with special guest, Justin J. Ware, Director of Interactive Communication at Bentz Whaley Flessner located in Minneapolis, MN.

You will learn about the trends in online fundraising campaigns, or crowdfunding, and how to plan, execute, and follow through with a successful campaign. Who are your online ambassadors and why does this matter? What do you need to do to strengthen your brand and raise awareness for your cause? And just how does a one-off campaign become part of your annual giving program? Answers to these questions and more in this last installment of our 2013 Social Media Series sponsored by Chase.

Not yet convinced that online fundraising can work? The Social Side of Giving is a blog run (mostly) by our guest speaker, Justin Ware, that hosts discussions about Social Media and Fundraising. Florida State Wins Big with 36-hour Online Fundraising Campaign  is an example of a client Justin worked with here in our home state. This successful promotion – the FSU "Great Give” – proved that digital channels could translate into big savings and can move an organization away from relying as heavily on traditional, more expensive annual fund tactics like direct mail.

Join us for lunch and lively conversation!

Speaker:

Justin J. Ware, Director of Interactive Communication at Bentz Whaley Flessner, provides clients with proven experience in new media technologies, specifically with diagnostic assessments of their social media activity; counsel in online and social media content and strategy development; guidance and training in the development of programs for fundraising and awareness building; recommendations for new technology in online giving and social media systems and infrastructure; and assistance in strengthening brand through online and social media content and strategy.

 

Justin began his career in television news as a reporter, anchor, and producer and continued on to higher education at the University of Minnesota where he developed the top ten, most-viewed YouTube site in higher education. He went on to found the social media company, Warehouse Media, where he provided media services in higher education, youth development, environment and green energy, convention and event management, and financial services. Justin puts his Emmy-winning experience to work producing and leveraging video, photographic, and written communication strategies to help nonprofits achieve their goals and communicate their message using new media. He has a BA in Journalism and Mass Communication from the University of Minnesota.

 

Bentz Whaley Flessner is a fundraising and development consulting firm that builds committed and lasting partnerships with educational institutions, healthcare facilities and systems, community and conservation organizations, and other nonprofit organizations seeking continued growth.

 

Agenda:

11:30 a.m. to Noon – Networking

 Noon – Catered lunch followed by Presentation and Q&A

 1:30 p.m. – Adjourn


Cost:   

$40  for members and non-members

 
 
 

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