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REAL TALK: COVID-19 & 2020 Fundraising

Date:
March 27th, 2020
Time:
2:00PM to 3:00PM
Location:
Your Computer
Audience:
Consultant, Grantseeker, Nonprofit
Event type:
Breakthrough
Member fee:
$5
Base fee:
$10
Sit down with Seattle fundraising consultants Ariel Glassman and Talia Silveri Wright virtually for some real talk on how to navigate the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak on your 2020 fundraising plans. In this 60-minute webinar, we’ll talk about how to transform your events into the virtual realm, how you can pivot to creative, mission-aligned digital strategies to replace revenue, and how your fundraising roadmap for 2020 will need to evolve. Ariel and Talia will share real-life examples from their work with nonprofits on the front lines of Seattle's nonprofit community, the first to be deeply affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. A robust Q&A will be included. 
 
 
Ariel Glassman
Fundraising Nerd
Online Giving Hype Machine
 
Bio:
I serve nonprofits and the people who power them. Over 18 years, I have helped a diverse pool of 85+ nonprofits in Seattle, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Boston and Washington DC sculpt innovative fundraising strategies, build systematic and intentional donor engagement programs, and seamlessly leverage emerging systems and technology to galvanize real relationships with their donors. My expertise scales from running a single important campaign for you to building you a completely customized, data-driven fundraising strategy with complete infrastructure. 
 
 

Talia Silveri Wright

Event Wizard
Digital Engagement Maven
 
Bio: 
My passion for advancing the missions of organizations changing the world for the better has led me to become the fundraising wizard I am today. With over ten years of experience helping nonprofit organizations across different sectors, I have developed an uncanny ability to find the right fundraising levers to pull in order to streamline processes and inspire organizations to do their best work. My enthusiasm for digital experiences and events is contagious, and I am helping my clients navigate an uncertain, challenging future.
Registration type: 
Normal registration

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