Donor Retention Best Practices with Janet Edmison, Principal at Fawkes + Holly
00:00 / 01:04:46
A strong fundraising program is an essential part of building a thriving non-profit. But when you have a small team and limited resources it can be hard to know where to focus.
In this presentation, Fawkes + Holly shares research and experience on how to retain the donors you’ve worked so hard to acquire. Listeners will finish feeling encouraged, equipped and armed with practical tools you can start implementing immediately.
Janet Edmison, Principal at Fawkes + Holly
Janet is a strategic thinker with experience fundraising for small and mid-sized non-profits including Cystic Fibrosis Canada and Union Gospel Mission. Passionate about sharing the vision and mission of organizations making an impact around the world, Janet excels at developing strategies and materials that change the game for small teams with limited resources. As a consultant, Janet has worked with dozens of organizations facing challenges in building and maintaining a sustainable fundraising program.
Produced by Ashleigh Turner @SexWithAshleigh Hosted by NetSquared Vancouver @net2van Venue partner HiVE Vancouver @hivevancouver
The Technology Strategy of Love – Tracy Kronzak of Salesforce.org The Digital Nonprofit 2018
Unfortunately we were only able to capture half of the conference opening keynote.
Tracy Kronzak, Senior Manager, Partner Success at Salesforce.org will share reflections on connecting the hard work of technology to the work of the heart of mission-driven communities. Technology strategy requires us to not only know the why of what we’re executing, but the why of what we’re here in service of, and delivery in support of peace and justice. “The greatest act of love is to be of service to another human being. We begin our journey at nonprofits because we act from the heart, and the execution of our technology becomes the new territory of the heart – worth the time, thought, and certitude that all matters of the heart engender.”
TRACY KRONZAK Senior Manager, Partner Success at Salesforce.org
Tracy is the Senior Partner Success Manager at Salesforce.org. They are a CRM strategy and organizational technology leadership expert, having previously co-founded a Salesforce implementation firm and consulted on Salesforce for nonprofits for almost a decade. They are a Salesforce MVP alumna, Vice-Chair of the Amplify Board of Directors, holds a Masters of Public Administration from NYU, and is an ordained Rev. Priestess in a Goddess Church in California.
Test, Fail, Adapt, Win: Increase Your Chances of a Successful Campaign – Shoni Field + Charly Jarrett, BC SPCA The Digital Nonprofit 2018
00:00 / 22:18
When your critical holiday fundraising campaign threatens to go off the rails what do you do?
BC SPCA’s Shoni Field + Charly Jarrett share their story – and offer tips to help you recover when your best-laid plans fall apart….
Truth and Reconciliation in the Digital Age – Denise Williams, First Nations Technology Council The Digital Nonprofit 2018
00:00 / 22:39
We exist in an age of reconciliation, one in which an increasing number of Canadians are beginning to explore their role in meaningfully addressing historical and ongoing injustices and inequities. So where does one begin? And what will a sector in meaningful pursuit of reconciliation look and feel like?
Denise Williams, Executive Director of the First Nations Technology Council leads a discussion about how nonprofits and the technology industry can participate in reconciliation and adopt the recommendations of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission: http://www.trc.ca/
How Do You Attract Tech Literate Talent? – Crystal Henrickson of Talent Collective The Digital Nonprofit 2018
00:00 / 33:21
How Do You Manage a Remote Team and Retain the Best Talent? The competition for talent continues to grow, and while some nonprofits only use dollars as their competitive advantage, savvy organizations are turning towards attraction and retention strategies that individuals really want: work autonomy, location-independence and mobility. But, it’s not as simple as unplugging. Learn the key elements (and debunk the myths) to creating a remote-friendly employee culture.
Crystal Henrickson, CPCC, ACC Career and Leadership Coach, Talent Collective
Certified leadership + career coach and culture engagement strategist, Crystal works with new and seasoned leaders to develop engaged employee experiences. Scaling teams, developing leadership communication skills, mapping out professional development plans, and designing distributed and remote workplace solutions, are supported by her professional experiences in community building, marketing, sales, social media engagement, recruitment, distributed + localized team management.
Crystal has had the opportunity to drive talent, culture, marketing and community strategies at over 30 technology-focused companies like Yelp, Chimp, Invoke and Spring. Crystal is a location independent business owner and when not working, can be found in her garden, surrounded by a family of ducks, hens and a goose named Veruca.
Crash Report, Or “Sorry For Breaking Your Nonprofit” – Rob Cottingham, Social Signal The Digital Nonprofit 2018
00:00 / 16:15
Recorded at The Digital Nonprofit conference, June 11, 2018.
Digital transformation sure sounds like fun… the same way bathroom renovations do. Then you start finding black mold and structural damage, and before you know it your place is stripped down to the studs and you’re booking a three-month stay in a Motel 6. Rob kicks off the afternoon with a bracing look at what we’ve let ourselves in for — as well as the surprising upsides of disruption.
ROB COTTINGHAM Principal, Social Signal
Rob Cottingham is Canada’s leading progressive speechwriter, presentation coach and leadership communications strategist. He’s the cofounder of Social Signal, the world’s oldest social media agency, where he worked closely with a wide range of nonprofits. Rob draws the Noise to Signal cartoon on life, work and business in an online world, and performs as a standup comic wherever there’s a stage and a mic.