Date(s) - Thursday, July 19, 2018
8:30 am - 12:30 pm
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Washington State University Vancouver – Firstenburg Student Commons
We’re excited to bring another day of training to nonprofits participating in Give More 24! This year, our sessions will be held in the Firstenburg Student Commons on the WSU Vancouver campus (map here). Due to limited space, registration is limited to two representatives from each nonprofit. If you’d like to place additional attendees on our waiting list, please email the Give More 24! planning team.
Using Social Superpowers to Increase Impressions
Presented by Noland Hoshino, Temple Lentz and Jim Mains at High Five Media
Increasing your reach on social media is becoming more difficult. Thankfully, there are ways to harness platform features to your advantage. All it takes is interesting messaging, a solid plan and some crafty know-how. This session will share storytelling secrets, algorithm-tricking techniques and social strategies that your organization can use to capture more eyes and convert them into passionate donors.
Give More 24! Success Snapshots
Presented by nonprofits for nonprofits
You told us you wanted to learn from your colleagues, and we listened. This year, we’re giving the stage to a few nonprofits from each size category. They’ll talk about what they’ve learned from participating in Give More 24! and what they’re planning for 2018. Come hear hands-on accounts from experts who have actually done the work of managing a giving day campaign, and get a chance to ask them your questions.
Bring It In!
Facilitated by nonprofits for nonprofits
Let’s get together and make this collective effort more collaborative. This breakout session will utilize small groups and an activity to help you tackle the biggest barriers and questions you’re facing with Give More 24! For small nonprofits, it’s a chance to bounce ideas off of a large team and hash out your campaign. For medium and large nonprofits, it’s an opportunity discover new ideas and refine past efforts.
Bookings are closed for this event.