Building a Strategy for Crowdfunding [DC BOOT CAMP]

Build a crowdfunding strategy for your organization at the BWF boot camp in Washington, D.C.

Build a crowdfunding strategy for your organization at the BWF boot camp in Washington, D.C.

Crowdfunding is a great for small gifts and donor acquisition. It’s also a powerful tool for major donor prospecting and corporate foundation relations. Don’t believe us? Well then, you’ll just have to attend our Crowdfunding Boot Camp in Washington, D.C. on February 27th! We’ll share examples that prove those points. Then, we’ll help your organization develop a strategy to achieve those results through a successful online and social media strategy.

Having an advanced online fundraising and/or crowdfunding strategy is one of the best things your organization can do to raise money and (especially) acquire more new donors in 2014. We say this because…

So join us on the Georgetown campus on Thursday, February 27th from 9am to 4:30pm for this full-day event. Along with sharing lots of online fundraising success stories, we’ll show you how to set up a successful program for your nonprofit organization or institution.

Click here to sign up now and we’ll see you next month in the Nation’s Capital!

The BWF Crowdfunding Boot Camp will be led by BWF’s Director of Communication, Justin Ware. Feel free to send any questions Justin’s way by clicking here for his contact info or by connecting with Justin here on LinkedIn.

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One thought on “Building a Strategy for Crowdfunding [DC BOOT CAMP]

  1. Hi Justin!

    Wanted to follow up to see if you would be in need of any crowd funding examples to aid your presentation?

    We would be happy to share some successes from nonprofits and universities using our platform. We have some great success stories from the #GivingTuesday campaign we led for Baltimore too.

    Let us know and we’d be happy to share visuals and stats.

    Best, Heather

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