If you missed our webinar last week, “Getting Your Board to Fundraise,” you still have the opportunity to view it, on your own time, and at half the cost. We have posted the recording as an on demand webinar on the Tools page of our site.
The webinar is chock full of new ideas and approaches to getting your board of directors to kick it into gear and get out there raising money for your organization. One of our webinar participants said, “This webinar was more useful than whole three-day conferences that my nonprofit has sent me to.”
We hope so! We designed this webinar to be full of content and ideas that you can implement immediately. In the webinar, we give very tactical steps for how to:
- Set up a structure for effective board involvement in fundraising
- Create a compelling fundraising message for board to deliver
- Develop a system for moving prospects to donors
- Give every board member a job
- Overcome board fear and inertia
You will be able to get your board members excited, engaged and committed to raising money for your nonprofit.
You can learn more about the webinar here.
And on another (but related) note, we are in the midst of planning the lineup of upcoming webinars for this summer and fall. So let us know what topics you would like to see from Social Velocity in the comments below, on our Facebook page, or via Twitter. Thanks!
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