It’s Spring Training season and the ePhilanthropy Foundation invites you to join your colleagues and sharpen your ePhilanthropy skills by attending one of the April or May stops on the Nonprofit Internet Strategies eTour.
These half-day training seminars are based on the ePhilanthropy Foundation’s new book, Nonprofit Internet Strategies: Best Practices for Marketing, Communications and Fundraising, which details what it takes for a nonprofit organization to succeed online. Many of the book’s authors and editors are among the accredited ePhilanthropy Master Trainers (ePMTs) who also conduct the Nonprofit Internet Strategies eTour.
The non-technical training offered on the eTour is beneficial to individuals at all levels of a nonprofit organization, from the board members who approve initiatives to the administrators who collect and process donor information. Trainers offer tips and techniques drawn from the everyday experience of the professionals who formulate, develop and implement the online strategy of some of the most successful charitable organizations currently operating on the Word Wide Web.
Details for this eTour include:
Time: 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Place: University House, 1002 W Maple St, Fayetteville AR 72701
Speakers & Topics:
· Jay Love, chief executive officer and co-founder of eTapestry, “ePhilanthropy: Where the Internet and Philanthropy Meet”
· Philip Capps, Southwest Regional Manger of Convio, “Making your email and online fundraising campaign a great success”
· David Lawson, president of Prospect Information Network, “From Prospect ID to Stewardship How the Internet is Changing the Game”
Click here to register for this eTour stop