There are so many questions about fundraising and 2020 year-end campaigns…you are not alone! In this webinar, we’ll discuss how to plan for and set realistic goals for a virtual fundraising event. Shifting to a virtual space allows for new opportunities, but also carries with it some limitations. We’ll dive into the available event models, share examples of interesting event concepts, and discuss specific tips and tricks to make your virtual events more successful.
If you’re planning a virtual event in 2020, it will also be right before, or during, an end-of-year campaign. We’ll take the last part of our webinar to discuss what to expect at year-end, and how to make sure your virtual event lines up with your end of year goals.
Free for DCNP members
Matt Gayer, Co-Executive Director – Catalogue for Philanthropy (Washington D.C.)
Matt Gayer joined the Catalogue for Philanthropy in 2017, developing and launching the Learning Commons – a training and support archive for nonprofit organizations. He is passionate about the role nonprofits play in the community, and about building their capacity to grow their impact. He believes in the power of community and that the Catalogue is positioned to play a unique role in strengthening local ties and building up nonprofit changemakers.
Previously, Matt worked in healthcare consulting at The Advisory Board Company. He is a Truman Scholar, who has experience in several nonprofit settings, largely in civic engagement and public health prior to the Catalogue. He holds a Master of Public Administration degree with a focus on nonprofit management from Syracuse University, and a B.A. in Public Policy and Political Science from Southern Methodist University. Matt loves all things D.C. and enjoys exploring the hidden gems the city has to offer.