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Shake up the way you give thanks this fall.

Months go into planning your fundraising events and strategies. But how much of that time is dedicated post-event follow up? Staff and volunteer appreciation? Thanking donors? 

Additionally, what are you learning from these thank you notes? There’s a lot to learn in event follow-ups, so it’s important to build into your fundraising strategy plan. 

While you create your list of everyone to thank this November, we’re partnering with Winspire to give you: 

  • Different ways to show appreciation across your entire ecosystem  
  • Tools and resources that produce takeaway data when you thank donors 
  • Post-event communication expectations of donors  

November 13, 2019 
@ 11 a.m. CST 

SPEAKERS:

Jason Champion, Winspire
Jason is the Director of Product Development & Brand and Event Marketing, and is passionate about helping nonprofits. Jason has a deep background in Nonprofit Technology, Event planning, Fundraising and Television. He approaches all fundraising from the viewpoint of understanding nonprofit challenges and needs, solving and sharing ideas for long-term effectiveness.

Dianne Kleber, GiveSmart by Community Brands
Dianne is the VP of Sales at GiveSmart by Community Brands, a fundraising technology and event management company. Dianne has always enjoyed being involved with fundraising events. In fact, she found GiveSmart while she was the co-chair of a large gala for a Chicago independent high school and joined the team. As a volunteer, Dianne sits on the board of Abide In Me, a nonprofit organization supporting adults with disabilities, she is an outreach volunteer for JDRF, and has served on the AFP Chicago Awards Luncheon Committee. 

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Brandon Stec

Brandon Stec is the Director of Marketing at GiveSmart and an Indiana University graduate who's worked across sports and tech over the last decade. Brandon sits on the board for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society and works as a youth mentor. He resides in Chicago, loves his dog, Mango, and is a published author.
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