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Where: Wolfert's Roost Country Club, 120 Van Rensselaer Blvd., Albany
The fastest growing area of fundraising is online and it is an ever-changing and fast moving target. WID is proud to announce Network for Good's Jocelyn Harmon will join us to discuss online fundraising in an in-depth program too valuable to miss! This program will describe best practices to improve online donor relations and increase communication to raise funds. You will learn steps to online fundraising success taught by one of the leaders in the development of marketing and fundraising tools for nonprofits. Network for Good Envisions a World where Generosity is Unleashed! To achieve this vision, Network for Good helps nonprofits raise funds for their missions through simple, affordable and effective online fundraising services. Network for Good also provides free training to nonprofit professionals worldwide to help them become better fundraisers through webinars, articles, whitepapers and e-books. Since its founding in 2001 by AOL, Cisco and Yahoo!, Network for Good has processed over $640 million in donations for more than 83,000 nonprofits. About Jocelyn Harmon, VP of Sales and Marketing, Network for Good: Jocelyn is passionate about helping nonprofits to succeed online so that they can change the world! As Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Network for Good, she is privileged to lead the team that helps over 5,000 nonprofits raise more friends and funds online. Prior to joining Network for Good, Jocelyn was Director of Business Development for Care2, where she worked with some of the most respected national nonprofits, including ASPCA, Environmental Defense Fund, The Carter Center, Legacy and IFAW (International Fund for Animal Welfare), to help them acquire new donors, members and advocacy supporters online. Jocelyn is a recognized blogger and speaker on online marketing and fundraising. Read her writing in Fundraising Success magazine and her personal blog, Marketing for Nonprofits. She also serves on the board of directors for NTEN (Nonprofit Technology Network). Jocelyn has a bachelor's degree in literature from New York University and a master's degree in sociology from University of Washington.
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