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What The Training Will Cover

  • Understand how your mission and brand could be transferred to an online  experience

  • Examine how to create a virtual experience to engage donors in their home 

  • Review 8 unique event ideas that could be used for a virtual fundraiser saving you money on typical venue and catering costs

  • Examine program idea timelines and inputs to create a great branded virtual experience 

  • Review sample creatives and ways to sell tickets and promote your virtual fundraiser 

  • Learn how to host a virtual bingo, 5K, a day at no spa, coffee chat with a VIP, virtual dinner party or brunch, online auction and other virtual fundraiser and event ideas

CFRE and CAE Credits

Event planners and veteran fundraisers have re-conceptualized galas and in-person events in recent months, creating engaging virtual affairs in response to the global pandemic. How can your nonprofit offer new and creative ways to showcase corporate partners during virtual gatherings?  Learn from organizations whose online events highlight their missions in engaging ways while showcasing companies that help make the work possible, so you can give sponsors a chance to bask in the benefits of supporting your cause.

Elizabeth Racheva
, Chief Philanthropy Officer, Washington Performing Arts
Jordan Kessler, Vice President of Development, Vera Institute of Justice
Roger Whyte, Principal, RJ Whyte Event Production

This webinar is worth 1.25 CFRE credits.

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Location: Online Webinar

Join colleagues  for a roundtable discussion on special events. Open to all interested development professionals, at any experience level, this program will be driven by an interactive discussion about the challenges researchers and prospect managers are facing around special events during Covid-19, including questions, challenges, and innovative solutions. 

FACILITATOR: Kate Hanson is Director of Research and Prospect Management at Facing History and Ourselves.