If you have attended ePhilanthropy Foundation Training in the past, you won't want to miss this all new and very informative half-day training seminar!! If this is your first time, be prepared to learn from the best in the industry!
You will learn how to use the Internet for: Fundraising, Marketing, Communications, Advocacy, Volunteerism, Outreach, Community Building and much, much more!
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 ePhilanthropy Tour topics to be covered will be from the NEW 2005 book Nonprofit Internet Strategies: Best Practices for Marketing, Communication and Fundraising , experts will offer up-to-the-minute tips and techniques on how to succeed with ePhilanthropy.
New to the eTour in 2005:
-- every registered participant will receive a free one-year subscription to the ePhilanthropy eZine and the ePhilanthropy ListServe. Details provided at the eTour.
-- a limited number of 'One-On-One With An Expert' consultation sessions are available for an additional registration fee. See details below.
Each training seminar will end with a general Q&A session with the experts.
NOTE: The Foundation expressly does not endorse any companies, products or services in order to maintain its impartial status in the industry.
2005 Nonprofit Internet Strategies eTour Premier Sponsors are: American Express Tax and Business Services, Association for Healthcare Philanthropy, Auctionpay, Blackbaud, cMarket, Community Counselling Service (CCS), Crescendo Interactive, GetActive Software, Ketchum, the National Credit Union Foundation and the Verizon Foundation.
The 2005 eTour is also sponsored by: Acteva, Booz Allen Hamilton, Convio, Entango Corporation, IATS Ticketmaster, Kintera, Target America
A special thank you to our site host: United Way of Greater Los Angeles.