Virtual fundraising myths and the truth about them
Virtual Event Myth-busting
We won’t raise as much.
Our usual donors won’t be interested.
Sponsors won’t get bang for the buck.
We’ve heard all the myths, worries, and concerns. And we get it. We’re still in a time of extended uncertainty.
But here’s the good news: we have nine months of data that disproves many common concerns. And we’ll be sharing that data, those stories with you over the coming months.
Your mission is critical to the community you serve. Don’t let fear or uncertainty hold you back from your goals.
- The myths – what are they
- Examples of organizations who have found success in virtual fundraising
- Methods and best practices for adaptable year-round campaigns that can run virtually
Director of Marketing
Brandon Stec is an Indiana University graduate who spent nine years in the sports industry until transitioning into the technology world. As the Director of Marketing Operations, Brandon drives the marketing efforts for GiveSmart. In the Chicago area, Brandon is a former candidate for Man of the Year for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society and sits on the board currently. Other organizations Brandon personally supports are BBYO, AFP, the Jewish United Federation, and the Lincoln Park Zoo.
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