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Who Does Good Annual Giving Campaigns at Year-End in Surrey or Vancouver?

Hi Smart Fundraisers,

I’m looking for someone who can present at NetSquared Surrey for my September end-of-year fundraising event. The presenter will provide an introduction to year-end fundraising (why Christmas and end of December are important) and provide a step-by-step recipe for small orgs doing their first year-end campaign.

  1. What are the key dates to hit?
  2. What should you messaging be?
  3. Tips on # of messages, tools to use, how to evaluate success, etc.

Ideally the presenter works for a Surrey organization, but I’m keen on other leads too.

Date: Probably September 12, but not confirmed yet.

Location: Surrey City Centre Library

Drop me a line at eli@nettuesday.ca

Presenter wanted: Year-End Fundraising

I’m looking for someone to present at September’s Tech4Good Surrey meetup.
The topic: Year-End fundraising.
A third of fundraising is done in December, and half of that is donated during the last couple days of the year. This presentation will share a template for nonprofits who are just starting their year-end online fundraising.
We’ll cover timing, messaging, and the tools (donation forms and email clients) and make it happen.
Audience: small nonprofits who do not currently have a sophisticated year-end fundraising plan.
Know anybody who could help with this? 
Gimme a shout at eli@nettuesday.ca

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NetSquared Surrey: The Mobile Revolution

The Cell Phone REvolution is Here!RSVP on Meetup.com

When: Monday, June 24, 2013, 6:30 PM To 8:30 PM

Where: Surrey Central Library, 10350 University Dr., Surrey, BC.

About the event

NetSquared is coming to Surrey!

NetSquared Surrey is a community-driven nonprofit technology meetup and we welcome everyone who wants to use their tech skills for good or who wants to learn how they can use online tools to help tell their stories, fundraise, and change the world.

Our first event will be a double-header exploring how the rise of ubiquitious mobile connectivity is changing how nonprofits campaign.

RSVP on Meetup.com

When: Monday, June 24, 2013, 6:30 PM To 8:30 PM

Where: Surrey Central Library, 10350 university Dr., Surrey, BC.

Agenda

  • 6:30 – 7:00 pm: schmoozing and snacks
  • 7:00 – 7:45 pm: Connecting offline and online events: Twestival case study
  • 7:45 – 8:30 pm: Winning the Mobile Revolution

 

Connecting offline and online events: Twestival case study

From the early days of social media, it has been used for social good. The ease and (often) free price tag of the medium combined with its potential reach is extremely valuable. When Rebecca first started her blogging career she used her voice (which was very small) to promote causes and run fundraisers like Blogathon (a 24-hour blogging marathon with pledges). Eventually Rebecca took her efforts offline and into events where real people, not just avatars and screen names, could gather to support a cause. The best example of this is Twestival, which united cities around the world to support local and global causes purely by promoting an event through Twitter. Twestival has been re-launched this year with a new format but Rebecca will be taking a look back at what made it so successful and how they’re changing up the model to make an even bigger global impact.

Winning the Mobile Revolution

Today, it’s likely that at least 20% of your website traffic comes
from mobile devices That number is rapidly increasing. So too is the
diversity of devices people are using to access your site. Today it’s
mostly smartphones and tablets, but in a few years visitors will be
visiting your site through their glasses or on wall-sized displays.
This session will decode that future, and provide valuable insights
into how the mobile revolution impacts your marketing and
communications activities. Attendees will leave with ideas and tips
they can implement immediately to improve their organization’s
mobile-readiness.

Our Presenters

Rebecca Bollwitt

Rebecca Bollwitt Miss604Although she built her first website in 1997, Rebecca has been blogging about life in BC since 2004 on Miss604.com, and podcasting since 2005. Originally from Surrey BC, Rebecca has been working professionally in online media (from corporate webcasting to news dissemination) for the last 12 years. Rebecca co-founded sixty4media, a WordPress website development firm, in 2008 and has co-authored two books: Blogging to Drive Business (2010) and Blogging to Drive Business: 2nd Edition (2012).

Rebecca was a finalist for Woman Entrepreneur of the Year in 2009 (Impact Entrepreneur Group) and was named one of BC’s Top 100 Women of Influence by the Vancouver Sun in 2010.

Darren Barefoot

Darren BarefootDarren Barefoot is a writer, technologist and marketer. He’s
co-founder of Capulet Communications where he heads a unique
movement-marketing program designed for cause- based organizations and
leaders ready to engage online movements. He speaks regularly as a
digital strategy expert and has been featured on the CBC, BBC and in
Wired, the Wall Street Journal and dozens of other publications. He’s
also the co-author of Friends with Benefits: A Social Media Marketing
Handbook.

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