Finding trainings that are applicable in the real world and figuring out how to use them without unlimited staff and budget is even harder. So we set out to create a fundraising conference that empowers those of us who fight “other duties as assigned” in order to do the one thing we love: telling stories and building relationships with donors.
One Day. One Unique Conference. One killer way to change your mindset to an “Oh hell yea I can do this!” attitude.
Oh, did we mention that you have the opportunity to learn first hand from some of the regions most generous and philanthropic individuals on why they give, what turns them off when being solicited and what you can do as an organization to make a great impression?
How would you like to ask those same individuals to listen to your elevator pitch, give real-time feedback and have a chance to win $5,000 worth of donations to your charity?
Shark Tank Style.
Yup. That’s happening too.
Welcome to the Do Gooders Conference. A fundraising training with practical advice, tips and tricks you can use the very next day to make organizations become philanthropically awesome.
Tickets are limited, so get yours today!
Amazing Speakers? Check.
Great Food and Drinks? Check.
Incredible Venue? Check.
Relatable and Impactful Topics? Check.
Tangible Action Plans to Start Using That Same Day?
Listening to your intuition as a fundraiser can be challenging, but our resident medium and keynote speaker is here to help us trust our gut.
A speech on telling your organization's story? Boring. A speech on telling your story that would interest the media to pick it up? Amazing.
Standing out in the crowd is critical to nonprofits, so we're bringing in the guy who's figured out to dominate marketing & viral social media world.
Sometimes the hardest thing to do is figure out what to do first so we're giving you a roadmap on how to say NO to "other duties as assigned."
Every event needs a great emcee - so we found the most enthusiastic do-gooder around to keep the energy up and keep us in line!
Sexual Harassment in the nonprofit world has been a taboo subject for too long. That ends now. This much needed conversation will be truly amazing.