Washington State University Vancouver
We’re excited to bring another day of digital training to nonprofits participating in Give More 24! This year, sessions will be held in the Firstenburg Student Commons on the WSU Vancouver campus (map here). Below you’ll find details about what sessions will be featured for the second day of training, the fantastic presenters and a registration form. Due to limited space, registration is limited to two representatives from each nonprofit.
Campaign Schedule: Want some direction on what to do and when? Hear what works best for giving day campaigns and how to prep yours.
Campaign Stories: Strengthen your campaign with the power of story in a way that focuses your ask on a specific project or program.
Giving Day Events: Give More 24! events are a little different. Learn what’s important and think outside the box to create fun experiences.
Jim Mains is an author, speaker and business coach, and has won 11 local and statewide political campaigns. Jim co-hosts “The Vancouver Side,” a popular video blog showcasing southwest Washington. He also consults local non-profits with branding and strategy. Don’t be surprised if you bump into Jim. He is everywhere, including on Twitter @TheRealJimMains.
Noland Hoshino makes things look pretty through his work at High Five Media. His award-winning digital marketing and communications strategies will helps amplify his client’s campaigns across multiple platforms with creative graphic designs, informative content, and persuasive calls-to-action. Noland is online all the time and can be followed on Twitter @NolandHoshino.
Temple Lentz is a community activist, marketing professional and host of Hello! Vancouver, a variety show about life in southwest Washington. She works well with words, help others find their stories and helps integrate it into high-level messaging. She has 20 years of experience in marketing, communication and strategy. You can find her on Twitter as @gototemple.
Bookings are closed for this event.