- October 10, 2012 3:00 pm
- October 10, 2012 4:00 pm
* Are you tired of being the ‘best kept secret’ in town?
* Are you frustrated that people just don’t ‘get it’?
* Do you know that you could have a bigger impact – if only more people were part of your nonprofit’s family?
It is possible to grow a larger – and more engaged – audience to help you advance your cause. In this webinar, we’ll be covering both online and in-person strategies for getting the word out and increasing your list size.
- One often overlooked strategy to grow your list – just by making one minor change to something you’re probably already doing
- Ideas for getting your organization in the paper more often
- Tips for getting the most out of the three main social media platforms
- The importance of partnerships for list building (and program impact)
Kirsten Bullock, CFRE, MBA is an author and nonprofit coach who works with entrepreneurial nonprofit leaders to help them involve more people in their organizations and raise the money they need. Since 1995, Kirsten has worked with health care organizations, social service providers, national and local ministries, and international membership associations. Kirsten holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work and a Master’s of Business Administration.
Kirsten is currently serving as president of the Association for Fundraising Professionals Greater Louisville Chapter. She is an AFP Master Trainer, compiles Kirsten’s Fundraising Headlines Blog, and is the author of Simple Steps to Growing Your Donors and the Fundraising Jump Start Home Study System. When not working to equip and empower people in the nonprofit sector, Kirsten sculpts, is attempting to learn to speak Danish and enjoys living in the Highlands in Louisville, Kentucky with her husband Rob.
Bullock Consulting, Inc. was launched in 2008 with the goal of helping small and mid-sized nonprofits learn and adopt the strategies used by large organizations in a way that was authentic and achievable. This is accomplished primarily through coaching and training programs.