This half-day seminar (all new for 2004) is designed to help nonprofit organizations learn how to effectively use the Internet to build community and attract philanthropic support online. All training is provided by ePhilanthropy Master Trainers.
In addition to case studies, best practices and 'hands on' tips for success, each presentation shares why 'THE RULES STILL APPLY' and the importance of the ePhilanthropy Code of Ethical Online Philanthropic Practices.
At each site along the Global ePhilanthropy Tour topics to be covered will be from the book FUNDRAISING ON THE INTERNET: THE ePHILANTHROPY FOUNDATION'S GUIDE TO SUCCESS ONLINE , experts will offer up-to-the-minute tips and techniques on how to succeed with ePhilanthropy.
Each training seminar will end with a general Q&A session with the experts.Speakers Confirmed for the December 13th eTour:
Ted Hart, ePMT (ePhilanthropy Foundation): ePhilanthropy: Where Technology and Successful Philanthropy Meet
Sheeraz Haji, ePMT (Get Active): Using the Internet to Strengthen Relationships with Constituents: 7 Tips and 5 Challenges
Michael Cervino, ePMT (Beaconfire): Promoting Your Organization Online
NOTE: The Foundation expressly does not endorse any companies, products or services in order to maintain its impartial status in the industry.
The 2004 Global eTour is sponsored by: Blackbaud, Booz Allen Hamilton Inc
The 2004 North American eTour is Sponsored by:
Acteva.com, ActiveGiving, American Express Tax and Business Services, AssetStream LLC, Association for Healthcare Philanthropy, cMarket, Convio, Custom Development Solutions (CDS) , DonorPerfect, Entango, eTapestry, Freeman Philanthropic Services , FundraisingInfo.com, GetActive Software, Ketchum, Kintera, Target America, and Target Software.
A special thank you to our site host: Booz Allen Hamilton.