In this webinar, we’ll cover 10 best practices for building awareness, engaging constituents, and raising more money online during #HudsonGives, taking place this year on May 14. 2020.
While we all know our constituents are on social media, we also know that spending the time and resources to do social well can feel daunting. In this training, we'll break down some strategic ways your nonprofit organization can do more with less and increase your #HudsonGives fundraising.
Your expert trainer is Chris Tuttle, Principal of TuttleCo, who provides training for more than 1,000 nonprofit leaders annually and leads social media training for clients, including NeighborWorks America, Robin Hood Foundation, Arcus Foundation, GLSEN, Idealware, and Adelphi University. With more than 20 years of nonprofit experience in community organizing, technology, and marketing, Tuttle has developed groundbreaking campaigns that reach and engage millions annually, and have raised millions of dollars, too.
This free webinar is made possible by the Hudson County Chamber Foundation. All nonprofits that attend the webinar, in its entirety, and subsequently participate in #HudsonGives 2020, will be entered into a raffle to win $250 from the #HudsonGives prize pool. Winner will be drawn and prize awarded on Thursday, May 14, during #HudsonGives.
Webinar Facilitator: Chris Tuttle, Priincipal, TuttleCo
Chris Tuttle helps nonprofits increase brand reach, constituent engagement, and organizational impact with digital strategy. With more than 20 years of experience working in marketing, community organizing, and technology, Tuttle has developed groundbreaking national and global campaigns that continue to reach and engage millions of people annually. Chris Tuttle is Principal at TuttleCo, a digital strategy agency supporting nonprofits with website, email, social, SMS, and chat, Tuttle has worked with hundreds of organizations and trained thousands of nonprofit leaders on how to more effectively use digital for good.