59 Free Nonprofit Webinars for June 2021

Organizational Management May 25, 2021

Sayana Izmailova

By Sayana Izmailova

Every month, we compile the internet's biggest list of free nonprofit webinars. 


Organizations are always looking for innovative ways to adapt to the challenges of working remotely, all while trying to find volunteers and lead successful teams.


It’s more important than ever for us to come together and share our knowledge and resources. 


The webinars below cover everything your nonprofit needs to know about fundraising with help from your board and all the tips and tricks you need for writing grant proposals.

Topics include online fundraising, virtual events, social media, fundraising plans, budgeting, board management, donor retention, volunteer management and much more


Now onto this month’s webinars. Please note, all times are indicated in EST.


Be the Change: How and Why Associations are Changing Membership and Revenue Models

June 17, 11:00AM or 8:00PM


Blame it on COVID-19. Or globalization. Or changing demographics, economic shifts, increased competition, or rapidly changing technology.

Whatever the reason, every association executive everywhere is already, or will soon, face the need to lead or participate in a strategic change. In some instances, the need for change will be substantial. But change – especially significant, organization-wide change – can be a difficult, time-consuming process.

It requires leadership, buy-in from the board, and the support of staff or volunteers. And yet, change is the new normal and essential to any association that wants to remain competitive and relevant in a disruptive marketplace. Learn from association executives who are leading a change initiative and glean valuable tips on how to launch a change initiative in your own organization

1. Ask The Expert Session: Google Ad Grant Management

May 26, 11:00AM

Join the Do More Good team and a subject matter expert on the last Wednesday of each month as we discuss a trending nonprofit topic.

Judson Aulie of Click Nonprofit will talk to us about how to maximize the $10K/month Google Ad Grant. This is also your chance to ask all of your Google Ad Grant-related questions!

2. Optimizing Your Nonprofit’s Events to Fuel Fundraising Growth

May 26, 1:00PM

Join fundraising master trainer, Chad Barger, CFRE, for a workshop focused on getting the most out of your organization’s special events. Chad will review the true purpose and ideal revenue model for events and how to make them even more worthwhile by converting event attendees to annual donors. He will also provide some real world examples of unique fundraising events that have broken the mold and became donor favorites (as well as some tips for virtual/hybrid events). It’s an “all things events” presentation and everything is on the table.

3. Engaging and Empowering Donors and Partners Through Golf

May 26, 2:00PM

Golf is on the rise, and with the pandemic lingering, nonprofits across the United States have turned to golf fundraisers to gather safely, steward donors, partner with corporate entities, and fundraise. This panel-style webinar will deep dive into Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals’ focus on golf with key members of its ideation, development, and Play Yellow teams. We’ll discuss the impact of COVID-19 on fundraising revenue streams and the reignition of golf as a powerful mechanism for fundraising—especially when facilitated by technology that stimulates participation at every level. Whether your organization is a small, local nonprofit or a well-known national organization, golf has a place in your fundraising portfolio. You’ll leave this webinar with practical insights for launching a golf fundraising event or multiple events, plus tips for spurring corporate partners and passionate individuals to plan and hold golf fundraisers on your behalf.  


  • Understand the value of golf fundraisers and the unique goals they accomplish for nonprofits of all sizes

  • Apply lessons learned from using technology to hold golf fundraisers amid COVID-19 and beyond

  • Understand the role technology plays in saving event organizers time, engaging businesses, and prompting third parties to hold events

  • Employ tools to capture key data insights so your organization knows who is supporting it through golf

4. Good Trouble: How to Advocate for Change

May 27, 11:00AM

Many nonprofits leaders are unsure about the legality of advocacy and lobbying efforts in which their organization can engage. Whether they are working independently or within a partnership such as a coalition, nonprofits should strive to influence public policies that affect the organization’s ability to achieve its mission. Attendees will learn how you and your organization can strengthen your advocacy efforts.

5. Overcoming the Overhead Myth: Budgeting for an Effective Website, Marketing & Growth

May 27, 5:00PM

When it comes to running your organization, most nonprofits feel pressured to do as much as possible with as little as possible. Donors still scrutinize nonprofits, wondering what percentage of their gift actually goes toward the “cause.”

Today, it’s crucial to invest in your organization so you can continue to operate and support your mission.

Join us in this webinar and discover:

  • What is the overhead myth and why does it matter?

  • The impact of underinvestment.

  • How to address concerns with donors.

  • What marketing efforts provide the best ROI to help you move the needle.

  • How to improve the budgeting process at your nonprofit.

6. Tools Every Nonprofit Needs to Simplify Their Life

May 28, 2:30PM

The best tools breathe life into your nonprofit’s online presence. The question is which ones do you really need? Evernote? DropBox? Google Alerts? There’s so much coming at you, it can feel like you’re drinking through a firehose. In this session, we’ll introduce you to the tools you need to build an effective online presence.

Get the lowdown from Molly in her online tools webinar and find out:

  • Which social media platforms you should care about.

  • 5 online tools to help you master your online presence.

  • Social listening tools that really work.

  • Engagement tools to simplify your life.

  • How to curate your web content in less than 15 minutes per day.

7. Top Tech Picks for Nonprofits with Small Budgets

June 1, 1:00PM


For many nonprofits with small budgets, the pandemic tested the limits of what was possible with the resources they had. And still, creative people around the world found ingenious ways to use new tools and techniques to build capacity and continue serving their communities. Technology played a key role in these adaptations.


Come and learn the top 10 technology offers from TechSoup that we believe can specifically help nonprofits with small budgets of less than $100,000 a year.

8. Creating a Comprehensive and Engaging Volunteer Program

June 2, 2:00PM


What do your volunteers need to know to be successful? This webinar will start with the basics and help you understand how to determine what information you should be sharing with your volunteers, and how that can be used to create a curriculum.

In this webinar, you will learn: 

  • What information should you share with new volunteers?

  • How can you turn regularly shared new volunteer info into a curriculum? 

  • How is adult learning different from child learning?

  • How can you tell how much training new volunteers are absorbing?

9. Sharing Power: A Frank Discussion Between Funders and Grantees

June 2, 2:00PM

Leaders from the Ford Foundation and Tipping Point Community, whose perspective on power sharing is informed by their previous experience as nonprofit leaders, will discuss with two of their current grantees how best to set grantees up for success.

10. Social Media 101 for Nonprofits

June 3, 2:30PM


This session includes practical tips and tools for extending your cause and mission via social media. We cover the basics of using social media for your nonprofit organization and give you handy tips for the “big 3:” Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. You may be surprised to learn that Facebook is less important than you’ve been told and LinkedIn may be more important. Join us to learn:


  • How to use Facebook to create awareness for your organization.

  • How nonprofits are using Twitter to connect with constituents.

  • Why nonprofits must be LinkedIn to be fully connected.

  • Powerful no-cost or low-cost tools to manage your social media presence.

11. Identifying Potential Major Donors: Why Wealth Data is Really Hard

June 3, 1:00PM


Knowing which donors and prospects have the most potential is essential for nonprofits to focus their fundraising strategies, uncover opportunities, and maximize contributions. Unfortunately, it can be very difficult, especially in today’s economic climate, to get a full understanding of a constituent’s wealth profile. Join us in this free webinar to learn more about identifying potential major donors and taking the confusion about using wealth data.


12. 6 Types of Stories You Should be Telling On Social Media

June 3, 2:00PM 


Storytelling is the fuel in the communication engine of the modern nonprofit. Great storytelling does more than simply communicate a message or push out an agenda; it gets at the heart of how humans process information. Any organization can tell its story, but few inspire supporters to take action. All nonprofit staff need to start thinking of themselves as storytellers if they want to convert their stakeholders from passive participants to passionate advocates.

In this webinar you will learn: 

  • Qualities of a stellar nonprofit storyteller;

  • The six types of stories your nonprofits needs to collect, craft, and share on social media;

  • Tips to ensure that your storytelling is effective AND ethical; and

  • Battle-tested tools you can use on a shoestring budget to enhance your social media storytelling.

13. Creative Ways People Contribute to Community

June 3, 1:00PM


This webinar will distill the top three lessons learned about how to best contribute to society as a reflection from the Creating Community for Good Podcast host, Lindsay Simonds. Illuminating perspectives, decoding motivations, and leveraging strategies we'll explore the social sciences of community. With this, we will ultimately increase empathy, create stronger bonds, and make more impact in our lives. Whether you are a nonprofit executive, a legacy donor, a major gifts fundraiser, a crowdsource hacker, program director, impact investor, corporate partner or beneficiary, this conversation is for all of us to inform, inspire, and evolve.


14. How to Create an Effective Acknowledgment Strategy for Your Nonprofit

June 7, 2:00PM


When it comes to acknowledging the gifts your nonprofit receives, do you have a comprehensive strategy in place? In this webinar, we’ll provide guidance on the appropriate ways to acknowledge a variety of donations that nonprofits receive and offer sample language that you can use to draft the perfect, personalized acknowledgment that your donors will appreciate. Once we’ve finished, you’ll have the beginnings of a strategy that can be documented and shared with your fundraising team.

15. 10 Tips and Tricks for a Successful Grant Seeking Strategy

June 8, 1:00PM

In this live webinar, you'll go through ten tips that all grant professionals can use to help implement a successful grant seeking strategy in their organization. You will look at specific examples of how these tips can and have been successfully used so you can consider how to best utilize the information within your own organization.

What you will learn from this webinar:

  • Unique ways to approach grant funder research
  • A variety of methods to start a grant funder relationship
  • Key elements within a proposal to create a compelling story
  • Tips for how to focus on “scoring high”

16. Mobile Marketing Tips for Every Generation

June 8, 2:30PM


Mobile marketing is a key component of any comprehensive marketing strategy. And optimizing your website for all devices and screens is crucial for staying relevant with today’s audiences, especially millennials and Gen Xers, but even the more tech-savvy baby boomers. And if you don’t keep up you’ll lag behind, losing online visitors, donors and, ultimately, donations.


Join Molly Coke for a webinar that explores mobile marketing and generational marketing, with an emphasis on:


  • 4 reasons why your website needs to look great on a smartphone.

  • How each generation responds to marketing (and how to optimize your efforts).

  • 5 tips for planning your mobile marketing strategy.


17. Measuring Success: How to Strategically Assess Your Volunteer Strategy

June 8, 2:00PM

Your volunteer engagement program can be measured by more than just the hours a volunteer gives your organization. What other kinds of information should you keep track of, and how do you know if you're doing a good job with your volunteer engagement program? This webinar will help you think through both the quantitative and qualitative information you can use to evaluate your program.

In this webinar you will learn:

  • What are the criteria for success for your volunteer program?

  • How can you work with others to create a culture of measurement for volunteer engagement? 

18. Marketing Trends Nonprofits Need to Know (and Embrace)

June 9, 2:30PM


Marketing trends come and go, but the top marketing trends are the ones worth adopting. Digital marketing, content marketing, social media marketing—each plays a role in a nonprofit’s strategy. Join us to discuss the 2021 marketing trends that’ll shape your nonprofit’s future and grow your impact, including:


  • Storytelling to impact your nonprofit.

  • Using influencer marketing to increase fundraising.

  • Creating digital experiences that create awareness.

  • Building automation into your marketing and outreach efforts.

  • Taking advantage of the latest approaches to search engine optimization.

  • How to use artificial intelligence (AI) to engage.


19. A/B Testing for Nonprofits

June 9, 3:00PM


Make a transformational difference in your fundraising efforts with this free webinar. You will learn the power of a/b testing to grow your fundraising, what makes for an effective and meaningful a/b test, and 3 a/b tests to run first in order to boost your results.


Nathan Hill is the marketing director for NextAfter – a fundraising consultancy, research lab, and institute on a mission to unleash generosity. Having worked at both large and small nonprofits, he understands the day-to-day challenges of running nonprofit programs while also trying to manage fundraising, marketing, websites, emails, advertising, and more.

20. Get Your Board to Help You Fundraise - Even If They Don’t Wanna!

June 10, 4:00PM


Are you a nonprofit trying to fundraise? You have a board—and believe it or not, your board should function as a fundraising machine. If it runs more like a college clunker than a luxury sedan, this webinar is for you.

Join us in this fundraising webinar to:

  • Assess your board’s fundraising personality.

  • Motivate your board members to fundraise.

  • Set goals and kick off campaigns.

  • Create individual plans they’ll rock.

  • Track without nagging.

  • Use goal attainment as board engagement


21. Young Professionals and Junior Boards: Beyond the Kid's Table to Meaningful Engagement


June 10, 2:00PM


Is your organization searching for new ways to leverage the passion, energy, and new perspectives of Gen Z, Millennials, and other up-and-coming young professionals? A junior board, young professionals group, or young friends circle could help you harness that energy to further your mission. As young professionals who have served both as members and staff managers of these groups, Sarah and Corinne will lead you through the research on Next Gen supporters, challenges to anticipate, and steps your organization can take to start a new young friends board from scratch OR to maximize the potential of your existing group.


22. Communication Style Workshop: How to Improve Your Nonprofit’s Internal Communication


June 15, 1:00PM


In this webinar, you’ll learn about the four different communication styles, including their strengths and blind spots. You’ll get to know your preferred style and learn tips to help you reduce friction or misunderstanding in your conversations. This will improve the way you communicate and work with your colleagues, board of directors, and even family and friends.


You’ll leave this webinar with an understanding of:


  • What your preferred communication style(s), strengths and blind spots are

  • How to adjust your communication style to work better with people of different styles

  • How to create an effective, cohesive, and inclusive work environment


23. Boards & Asking Styles: A Roadmap to Success

June 15, 1:00PM 


Every board has a distinct personality made up of all the members' personalities. In today's times it's more important than ever for your board to be the strongest it can be, and understanding your board's individual and collective personalities is key to building that strength.


What you will learn from this webinar:


  •  How to better understand your board's dynamics so you can improve how it functions and works as a team.

  •  How various leadership styles impact how your board is run.

  •  How the profile of your board impacts how it goes about strategic planning.

24. Optimizing Instead of Redesigning Your Website

June 15, 2:00PM


Organizations are facing a lot of new and unexpected challenges that deeply affect the impact of their digital strategy and website presence. During these uncertain times, a full website redesign may not (or no longer) be in the cards. So, what can you do now with your current website that will allow you to create and expand your impact? The answer is: quite a lot. From ensuring your website’s technical infrastructure is up-to-date, to optimizing content and design that is more likely to get noticed and consumed by key audiences, there are small yet powerful tweaks and improvements you can do now that will increase engagement with your website.

25. How to Improve Your Nonprofit’s Internal Communications

June 15, 1:00PM


Your nonprofit’s team plays an integral role in bringing your vision to life. Every team member has a natural communication style—from those chairing conversations to others quietly taking it all in. To improve your team’s internal communication, and ensure everyone feels heard and understood, it is important to identify each team member’s style and tailor your communication accordingly.


In this webinar, you’ll learn about the four different communication styles, including their strengths and blind spots. You’ll get to know your preferred style and learn tips to help you reduce friction or misunderstanding in your conversations. This will improve the way you communicate and work with your colleagues, board of directors, and even family and friends.

26. How to Use the Summer to Prepare Your Organization for Grant Seeking

June 15, 1:00PM


Is your organization interested in attracting grant funding to help start, maintain, and expand your programs? Great! You can use this summer’s “downtime” to get your organization ready for grant success. So what can you expect to find in the grant world and how can you prepare for it?

If your organization has not lined up the information, people, and other resources you’re going to need, you will be wasting your time and money pursuing grants. You need to make sure you are ready and able to take this on.

In this introductory webinar, you will:

  • Preview the “Grant Roadmap” that you will travel along

  • Discuss things to consider about the grant world before taking the plunge

  • List the 8 information essentials you need to have at your fingertips

  • Identify the skills and resources you’ll need on your grant team

27. Practices for Healthy Board Governance

June 16, 12:00PM


Clear expectations are the foundation for healthy board meetings. Rather than focusing on eliminating problem people or wishing conflict away, a better solution is to use a set of practices for how the board will collectively create a healthy space for productive governance to take place. In this webinar we will explore four practices for healthy nonprofit board governance: recruiting and on-ramping, board structures, accountability (including board norms) and board development planning. 


28. Designing Virtual Opportunities, Managing Remote Volunteers


June 16, 2:00PM


Designing meaningful, mission-driven virtual volunteer opportunities, and managing remote volunteers can be challenging. The good news is that now, with an ever growing set of online tools, building an online community and connecting with someone across miles (or continents) is easier. 


During the  webinar, you will learn: 


  • The different challenges around managing remote volunteers.

  • How to create a clear communication plan to engage and include remote volunteers. 

  • Keys to successfully engaging and supervising remote volunteers using online tools.

29. Storytelling for Difficult Subjects


June 16, 11:00AM


Learn creative ways to cover sensitive subject matters. Tell stories that resonate with donors without putting clients at risk. Also, get tips on gathering the stories and gaining permission.


Clover Frederick is a consultant specializing in nonprofit fundraising, marketing, board development and strategic planning. In her spare time, she loves to do yoga, learn to be cool from her teenage daughters, travel with her husband and let her black lab take her on long walks.


30. Delivering Extraordinary Fundraising in Extraordinary Times

June 16, 2:00 PM


Getting attention—this is the challenge of this new era in fundraising that requires innovation, creativity, and imagination. In this idea-packed and entertaining webinar, you’ll discover how you can bring a new way of thinking about fundraising through technology, the (behavioral) science of giving, and bold messaging. Through this evolved way of understanding fundraising, nonprofits can ensure the loyalty of their donors and find professional inspiration to do their work.  

31. Successful Volunteer Interview Strategies 

June 17, 2:00PM 


Interviewing each prospective volunteer can seem overwhelming, but it's one of the best ways to ensure that the volunteers you recruit are the volunteers you need. This webinar introduces a variety of question types used in volunteer interviews and offers strategies for honing your interview skills. Materials will be provided to help you implement this process in your organization, as well as a training syllabus so you can learn how to recruit and train a volunteer staff to assist with prospective volunteer interviews.


In this webinar, you will learn:

  • Methods for interviewing prospective volunteers

  • Strategies for honing your interview skills

32. Cut Costs and Get Creative in Crisis Mode with Nonprofit Appeals

June 17, 4:00PM
Fundraising, as we know it, has shifted in these uncertain times. But that doesn’t mean we should stop asking for support. As nonprofits, we’re no stranger to cutting costs and finding ways to be creative.

If you’re in crisis mode, join us for this informative session with Firespring’s director of nonprofit solutions, Kiersten Hill, followed by an interactive Q&A.

You’ll discover:

  • 10 secrets to cutting costs with printing and mailing.

  • 5 surefire ways to invigorate your direct mail.

  • 4 strategies to maximize your impact

33. Beyond the Ballroom: A Shift to Virtual Fundraising Events

June 17, 1:00PM


Amid the cancellations and rescheduling of events during COVID-19, fundraising teams were faced with the challenge of reimagining how nonprofits fundraise during a global pandemic. At this free webinar, we’ll present a case study that will demonstrate how creative minds and pie-in-the-sky ideas helped reimagine a long-standing gala into a virtual fundraising event that maintains, if not exceeds, expectations and fundraising targets.


You’ll leave this webinar with a thorough understanding of:


  • The need for simultaneous planning (virtual and hybrid/in person)

  • Why you need a comprehensive covid response plan

  • The importance event landing pages

34. All About Logos


June 22, 1:00PM


Logos play a central role in your visual identity. They serve as the hook to help your audience recognize and remember you. But they don’t always create the impact they should. 

Maybe you have multiple logos for your organization’s different programs and initiatives—and struggle to make them work together. 

Perhaps you only have one logo—and you’re missing out on the potential to raise the profile of your hallmark program, event, campaign, fund, or special anniversary year. 

Or it could be time for a new logo, but communicating with your designer is a challenge. 


In this webinar you’ll learn:


  • What makes a good logo

  • Opportunities for using logos throughout your organization

  • How to create a hierarchy among multiple logos

  • How to develop a creative brief to communicate your ideas to a designer

35. Social Media 102


June 22, 5:00PM


So you’ve finally adopted social media as a legit way to connect with your target audiences, but now you want to use it to stand out from the crowd. In our Social Media 101 webinar, we covered the Big 3 (Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn) and walked through social media tools. Now it’s time to learn a few advanced social media tips and tricks, elevate your social media presence through micro strategies and activate your advocates.


Join this webinar to learn how to:


  • Use social media to connect with constituents.

  • Monitor conversations to stay ahead of the curve.

  • Get people to advocate on your behalf.

  • Navigate social media advertising and understand when to use it.


36. How to Maximize Engagement and Tackle Wicked Problems in Your Virtual Meetings

June 23, 1:00PM


With so much of the world moving online and the inability to predict what the future holds, we cannot keep postponing these critical conversations and difficult decisions for the next in-person opportunity. Whether you plan to put these skills to use in your next board meeting, strategic planning retreat, or town hall discussion, we will provide you a step-by-step guide to plan, prepare, and facilitate your next virtual meeting. 

During this webinar you will learn:

  • How to invite the right participants to achieve your goals

  • How to prepare everyone (including yourself) for an impactful virtual meeting

  • How to master the basics of virtual facilitation to maximize engagement

  • How to tackle the hard stuff: difficult dialogues and wicked problems

37. Favorite Free (or cheap) Fundraising Tools


June 24, 1:00PM


Join fundraising master trainer, Chad Barger, CFRE, for a fun, fast-paced session where he will highlight the free (or inexpensive) tools that he uses to make fundraising easier and more efficient. Over 15 tools will be discussed and demonstrated ranging from apps to websites to gadgets to books and more. It’s your chance to take a look under the hood and see how Chad works on a daily basis.


38. How to Recruit, Train, and Motivate Board Members to Fundraise 

June 24, 2:00PM


Do you have board members who are “allergic” to fundraising? Few things are more critical to your nonprofit's health, success, and sustainability than an effective board of directors. If you are ready to transform your fundraising D-list to an A-list, come learn tips and tools to get board members willing to engage, share their contacts, be connected to your cause, and give of their financial resources and expertise.

In this webinar you’ll discover:


  • Tips to recruit and onboard your dream team

  • Tools and templates to manage your board

  • How to create a graceful exit for board members who need to go

  • The do’s and don’ts of getting them to fundraise


39. Leading From Home: How to Manage a Virtual Team


June 24, 1:00PM

Working from home has become the “new normal” for many organizations, and it has been a challenging adjustment for all departments. Sargent Solutions Inc has been successfully working remotely since 2016, long before the COVID-19 pandemic made its impact. This webinar will be packed with tips and tricks for those making the pivot to remote work, with a special focus on leadership skills and effectively managing a virtual team.


This webinar will strengthen your skills needed to:


  • Manage and track team members’ tasks and workload virtually

  • Keep everyone engaged and motivated

  • Maintain strong communication, interactions, and service


40. Sponsorship Growth for Your Nonprofit

June 29, 11:00AM


Are you currently utilizing sponsorship as a funding source for your nonprofit organization? Do you hope to launch a sponsorship program but don’t know where to start? Does your current program need a refresh to maximize your results? Learn how to leverage sponsorship and corporate partnerships to benefit the future of your organization.


41. Walking the Walk: Engage Volunteers in your Volunteer Engagement Program

June 30, 2:00PM

Stop just talking the talk and start walking the walk! Learn how to effectively delegate volunteer engagement and management work to volunteers so you have the opportunity to "think bigger." We'll discuss evaluating your program for volunteer engagement, determining how best to deploy volunteers, creating a communication plan, screening and training volunteers to be an important part of your volunteer recruiting, retention and recognition plans.

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Leave a Comment


  • Shweta Shah:
    Hi. Thank you so much for such an informative blog about the free non-profit charity organization webinar. It was really great to know about these webinars happening online that help us in gaining insightful knowledge. Kindly posting such articles for awareness!
  • Tatiana Morand

    Tatiana Morand:
    Hi Shweta,

    Thanks for your kind words! Glad you find it helpful. Keep an eye out for the next one in a month! ;)

  • Chuck Spidell:
    Thanks for adding my WordPress security webinar to your list, much appreciated. I'm looking forward to sharing my knowledge with comms leaders.
  • Manish Pahuja:
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  • Hammad:
    Great blog worth to read this thanks for sharing

  • Donna Urban:
    Impressive list of webinars to assist with our changing world!
  • Angela Greer:
    Thank you!
  • Kate:
    Thank you for your time and energy and preparing this article :)
  • Rhonda:
    I'm just stumbling onto this now...any chance you will run some of these webinars again? Or if I could get a copy of one that has already been done. I'm very interested in all the webinars regarding volunteers.
  • Diane Parten:
    Can’t wait to get your blogs
  • Greg Snow:
    Great List of varied and interesting webinars. Please try to make this monthly list available before the month starts. There were a few webinars at the beginning of the month I missed because I didn't know about them until after they ran.
  • Tatiana Morand

    Tatiana Morand:
    Hi Greg, thanks for your comment! We always send out the email with the list of webinars prior to the end of the month, so if you sign up for it you're guaranteed to see them in advance.
  • Tatiana Morand

    Tatiana Morand:
    Hi Rhonda! We're glad you find this list helpful. We publish it every month, so keep checking back to see if any of the webinars are happening again (they aren't all run by us, so it depends on the company administering them).
  • Shawne Albritton:
    Hi, I was wondering how to get a webinar added to your site for the month of July Webinars. We are doing a Webinar - Q&A with Industry leaders. John Taylor from United Way Worldwide and Joan Hestneses from Institute on Aging. We will be discussing the current crisis, its impact on Non-Profits, and how to handle IT and technology concerns going forward. Learn tips to navigate through the fog of a crisis so you can focus on the community you serve.
    link - https://www.intivix.com/Non-Profit-Webinar
  • Tatiana Morand

    Tatiana Morand:
    Hey Shawne, thanks for reaching out! We'll get you added in.
  • Kiki Schleiff-Cherry:
    I'd love to get our organization's webinars included in this list. How would I go about that?
  • Tatiana Morand

    Tatiana Morand:
    Hi Kiki, please email sizmailova [@] personifycorp.com with your webinars. She can let you know if they're a good fit for our listing :)
  • Kiki Schleiff-Cherry:
    Thank you so much for including us!
  • Theresa O'Connor:
    This is a very useful list. Would it be possible to make a simple table or list with each month's webinars so we could print it on one or two pages for reference?
  • Tatiana Morand

    Tatiana Morand:
    Hi Theresa, As it stands, that's not something we're planning on doing but we're so glad you find this post helpful!
  • Chitra S:
    Hi Tatiana,
    Thanks for putting out this info as a resource. I realized I put out my question on the wrong page earlier. I was wondering if you could bring back the upcoming webinars info for the last week of July? I remember seeing them yesterday and there were a couple that I was interested in but hadn't had a chance to sign up yet and now I just see one. Thank you!
  • Tatiana Morand

    Tatiana Morand:
    Hi Chitra, please leave your email and I can send you a screenshot of the webinars from July. (I won't approve that comment so your email will not be publicly shown, but I will see it.)
  • Kristin Martin:
    Thank you for providing this. This is awesome!
  • Rich:
    Wow - thanks for this great resource!

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