When: July 18, 2017 2:00pm - 3:00pm ET / 11:00am - 12:00pm PT
The mobile age isn’t coming—it’s here: there are now more cell phones than toothbrushes, and as of 2013, smartphones surpassed regular phone sales. But the real question is, is your nonprofit ready to use the most popular tool in history to change the world? What are the implications for your nonprofit, and how can you quickly yet effectively craft a mobile impact strategy to advance your programs, fundraising, advocacy and work overall? Join us for a quick primer and leave with a checklist of the most important tips and tools for your cause.
Understand how using mobile technology can further your mission
Develop plans for successfully integrating mobile technology into your activities
Receive Tips for maximizing mobile fundraising
How it works:
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Presenter: Darian Rodriguez Heyman
DARIAN RODRIGUEZ HEYMAN is an accomplished fundraiser, social entrepreneur, and best-selling author. His work “helping people help” started during his five-year tenure as Executive Director of Craigslist Foundation, after which he edited the best-selling book, Nonprofit Management 101: A Complete and Practical Guide for Leaders and Professionals (Wiley & Sons) and co-founded the global conference series, Social Media for Nonprofits and Sparrow: Mobile for All. His new book, Nonprofit Fundraising 101, is the first truly comprehensive yet practical guide to all aspects of fundraising for your cause. Heyman is also an in-demand fundraising consultant and a frequent keynote speaker at social impact events around the globe.
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