Social Media for Nonprofits Conference Equips Non-Profits with Social Media Skills

31 Oct

More than any other moment in history, now is probably the best time to be a non-profit. Within minutes you can reach a massive donor base, share you vision, and generate donations all with a device as small as an iPhone or at a coffee shop armed with a laptop. I believe we are just tapping into the potential of social media fundraising, and Fundly is proud to support the SM4NP conference in San Francisco on November 4, 2011. With amazing speakers, intriguing presentations and time to connect with other non-profit leaders, this conference promises to be a valuable asset to the future of online fundraising.

Craig Newmark, founder of Craigslist, is sure to be one of the many highlights in this conference. He recently created to advance philanthropy and public service. Approximately 40.8 million people visit Craigslist per month, so I am sure he has some great insight to share on creating a successful website and generating traffic.

I am honored to be one of the speakers at this exciting event and I can’t wait to share my presentation with you. “Social Fundraising 101: How to Jump Start Your Social Fundraising” will equip your non-profit with the guidelines and tools to make the most of the technology that is already at your fingertips. We have helped many non-profit organizations, charities, politics, schools, clubs, teams, groups, and many other causes to raise over $225 million using Fundly’s online fundraising platform and we would love to assist your organization, too.

From using Facebook and LinkedIn to engaging volunteers to use Social Media, the SM4NP conference is sure to touch on many valuable subjects to elevate your non-profit in the social media world. The staff at Fundly is eager to participate in this amazing event and we would love to see you there!


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