Flash Fundraising to Engagement: Move Your Organization Beyond the Big Moment
Is your organization ready for a big moment? Whether it be a natural disaster, an outpouring of interest through a viral campaign, or your organization’s 15 minutes of fame, organizations need to be ready to harness unprecedented engagement from supporters and keep them engaged long after their big moment fades.
That’s why Salesforce.org is hosting a series of webinars on constituent engagement. In case you missed it, you can watch the first webinar of the series, Building Loyalty Through Personalized Engagement.
The second webinar of our Constituent Engagement series, Flash Fundraising to Engagement: Move Your Organization Beyond the Big Moment, will be on Thursday, May 7 at 3:00 p.m. EDT / 12:00 p.m. PDT. During the webinar, we’ll do a deep dive with two innovative Salesforce customers: Team Rubicon and Pencils of Promise. Each organization will share a case study of how they utilize Salesforce to personalize engagement.
Tune in to learn how Team Rubicon personalizes engagement within 48 hours of a natural disaster from Matt Scott, Online Donations & Donor Engagement Coordinator for Team Rubicon. And Susie Harrison, Development Manager of Pencils of Promise, will share how they’ve sustained support from constituents who were introduced to the organization after their founder’s book debuted at #2 on the New York Times’ bestseller list. We will also be joined by Kirsten Kippen, Marketing Manager of Idealist Consulting, to share best practices.
Register today to discovery how Team Rubicon and Pencils of Promise are using Salesforce to harness the power of engagement beyond the big moments and learn from two of the most innovative organizations in the world.
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