#GivingTuesday, a global day of giving, will be here before you know it. In just a few short weeks on November 27, millions of people will support organizations they care about by giving some of their time, making a donation, using their voice to amplify a mission, etc.
The planning and execution of a successful #GivingTuesday awareness campaign can be daunting, especially if you are just getting started. But don’t worry, we’ve gathered experts from #GivingTuesday and Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing, Inc. to share their experiences and help you make the most of the next few weeks to ensure your success.
Join us Tuesday, November 6 at 1pm ET for a crash course in executing a #GivingTuesday campaign on a tight timeline.
On this webinar you’ll:
- Review previous giving trends and a look at future of #GivingTuesday
- Learn tangible strategies you can focus on today to maximize your #GivingTuesday success
- Hear case studies from nonprofits that have seen success with planning a last-minute campaign
This webinar is brought to you by Network for Good. For more information about Network for Good visit: www.networkforgood.com
See you there!
Jamie McDonald is a social-sector entrepreneur and the founder of Generosity Inc. Jamie advises socially motivated business executives and visionaries driving large-scale change. Jamie works with the Belfer Center for Innovation & Social Impact at 92Y as part of the #GivingTuesday team, where she supports nearly 100 community leaders of local campaigns. Jamie joined the #GivingTuesday team after leading three large #GivingTuesday campaigns that cumulatively raised $20 million, including the #BmoreGivesCampaign for Baltimore in 2013.
Before becoming an entrepreneur, Jamie was a managing director in investment banking at Deutsche Banc Alex. Brown, where she enjoyed a 16-year career and led or co-led several groups including the Private Equity Coverage Group, managing relationships with Alex. Brown’s private equity clients.
A life-long fly fisherman and sporting enthusiast, Daniel Morgan was born and raised in Stamford, CT. He attended college at St. Lawrence University in Canton, NY and following graduation, Daniel pursued his passion for the outdoors professionally. Since 2011, Daniel has held the volunteer roles of Program Lead, Deputy Regional Coordinator, and was an early member of the CEO Field Advisory Council. He currently serves as the Chief Marketing and Strategic Communications Officer for PHWFF and continues volunteering with the Syracuse, NY Program.
Daniel resides in Cazenovia, NY, with his wife Mary Kate and their dog Daisy. He is a member of Facebook’s Small/Medium Business Council, Madison County Watershed Council, Madison County Trout Unlimited, and has sat on the Board of Directors of the Cazenovia Lake Association.
Arielle Gart is the Marketing and Outreach Manager for GuideStar. In this role, she oversees and implements many of GuideStar's external initiatives including webinars, conferences, speaking opportunities, and social media. She is also responsible for managing GuideStar's online fundraising program.
Before joining GuideStar, Arielle held the role of Event Planner with AARP and worked as an Assistant Director for the Children's Miracle Network Hospitals program at Children's National Health System. She holds a degree in Marketing from Penn State University.