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Fundraising Virtual Webinars

May 5 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm

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An event every week that begins at 1:00 pm on Wednesday, repeating until May 5, 2021

Two-session Leadership Forum Virtual Webinar Series

NPLI and the Association of Fundraising Professionals Northeast Wisconsin Chapter are hosting a two-session Leadership Forum webinar series on fundraising.

Session 1: April 28; 1:00 – 2:30 pm. 

Peer-to-Peer Fundraising – How to Animate Your Advocates

Did you know donors are three times more likely to make a first gift to a nonprofit when asked by a friend, family member, or colleague, as opposed to a traditional ask from the organization? As the development landscape has shifted, empowering those closest to our mission to be fundraisers has never been more important nor fruitful. Peer-to-Peer (P2P) Fundraising has proven to be a viable, time- and cost-effective revenue stream for nonprofits, especially for small and emerging nonprofits.

Topics in this session include:

  1. Practical guidance on securing P2P stakeholder buy-in – board, staff, and volunteers;
  2. Preparing and setting up your advocates for success in their campaigning;
  3. Tools, tricks, and templates to maximize return on P2P fundraising.

Session 2: May 5; 1:00 – 2:30 pm. 

Introduction to Network for Good – Manage donor data and build donor relationships with the Jumpstart program

Topics in this session include:

  1. Learn how to acquire, retain and upgrade individual donors amidst everyday resource constraints, like limited time and technology, in Network for Good’s Jumpstart program.
  2. Participant panel of local Jumpstart users answering questions and sharing their experience in the Jumpstart program.
  3. Nonprofit Leadership Initiative and Network for Good’s grant program for nonprofits within NPLI’s service area.

Registration Details:

Nonprofit Leadership Initiative Service Area*: Free

AFP Northeast Wisconsin Chapter members: Free with discount code

Green Bay, Oshkosh and other nonprofits: $20 per participant**

*NPLI service area includes Calumet, Outagamie, Shawano, Waupaca Counties and the Neenah-Menasha area of Winnebago County.

** Registration fee is for both sessions and is nonrefundable due to cancellation or no-show.

Session recording will be sent to all registered participants.

Confirmation and registration emails are sent from: [email protected] Make sure to check your ‘other’ or ‘junk’ email inboxes so you have the Zoom link to join the webinar series. We advise adding [email protected] to your safe senders list.

Jack Murphy

Since beginning his work in professional fundraising, Jack has helped over 200 small and emerging nonprofits to address their most pressing development challenges in an evolved fundraising landscape. At Network for Good, Jack occupies a unique role that bridges grantmaker and nonprofit communities, aligning the two toward a singular, shared outcome – creating a stronger, more sustainable philanthropic landscape.

Learn more about Jack

In addition to his direct service to nonprofits nationwide, Jack has led grantee portfolio sustainability studies and cohort-building projects alongside over 100 grantmaking foundations. Prior to Network for Good, Jack worked in various capacities in service to organizations focused on international development in Honduras. Outside of professional life, Jack is an avid travel writer who has spent time in over 40 countries. Of late, he has enjoyed hiking and exploring more of the nature surrounding his home city (Washington D.C.), and looks forward to resuming international travel when safety permits.

Jack Murphy