In the rapidly evolving world of ephilanthropy, timely access to concise, easy-to-use information often makes the difference in a campaign’s success.
With that in mind, you can put yourself at the head of the line to receive one year’s worth of the ePhilanthropy Foundation’s latest education series, The NEW ePhilanthropy QuickTips Guides, by becoming an eAdvocate for just $25 or more.
In return for your gift of $25 or more, quarterly you will be the first to receive the latest in ePhilanthropy QuickTips Guides written by industry experts.
Each guide contains:
-- no more than seven concrete, step-by-step techniques you can put to immediate use in shaping your organization’s online philanthropic efforts.
In the first QuickTips Guide available to you immediately upon becoming an eAdvocate, Certified Public Accountant Alan Woghin discusses steps necessary to comply with U.S. non-profit tax law in “Tax-Exempt Organizations and the Internet.”
In future issues:
ePhilanthropy Master Trainer (ePMT) Allison Li provides tips on “Managing Volunteers Online;” Michael Stein outlines “Designing an Online Fundraising Campaign;” and eTapestry Founder and Master Trainer Jay Love describes “Security and Encryption Online,” with many more topics being developed you can be assured to receive the latest tips for online success.
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