Nonprofit Internet Strategies Seminar comes to Toronto

Lori Halley 04 February 2008 0 comments

The Toronto ePhilanthropy Chapter presents the 2008 Nonprofit Internet Strategies Seminar on Tuesday, 12 February 2008,  in Toronto, Ontario. 

Whether yours is a small or large nonprofit, this in-depth seminar is designed to cover the questions you have, and the resources you are looking for, to make the most of your fundraising and outreach efforts on the internet.

Learn the latest trends in ePhilanthropy from three certified Master Trainers in the field:

User Generated Campaigns: Social Network Fundraising and YouTube
Phillip King, ePMT, President and CEO, Artez Interactive

A Practical Guide:  Prospect Research on the Web
Jay Frost, ePMT, Vice President, FundraisingInfo.Com

Is the Internet the Future of Fundraising?
Chip Muston, ePMT, Director of Sales, eTapestry

The half-day training offers a highly interactive setting for participants to discuss their experiences and to apply new concepts to their online/offline fundraising strategies. Every registration includes a guest pass for use by one of your organization's trustees or executives.

Register today at www.ephilanthropy.org/etour_schedule or call 877-536-1245 ext.1. 

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Published Monday, 04 February 2008 at 5:08 PM

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