These days it can feel like you’re drowning in the sea of non-profit competition. Competition to get attention. Competition for donor dollars. Competition for awareness. And it’s exhausting to feel like you’re constantly competing.
Rather than continue to compete, let’s talk about how your nonprofit can differentiate itself. Join in this FREE webinar where you’ll learn how to translate your organization’s strengths and differences into stories that stand out.
During this webinar you’ll learn:
Why it’s time to shift your mindset away from competing and what to do instead
How to identify what makes your organization different
Tips to captivate the hearts and minds of your audience through stories
Can't make the live webinar? The recording will be available to everyone who registers.
About the Instructor:
Vanessa Chase Lockshin is consultant specializing in non-profit storytelling, fundraising and communications, author of The Storytelling Non-Profit: A practical guide to telling stories that raise money and awareness, and the creator of immersive online training programs for non-profit professionals. Vanessa's approach goes beyond strategies and tactics to empower non-profit professionals to be the expert their organization needs.
Vanessa has helped clients raise millions of dollars, increase a monthly giving program to over 5,000 donors, improved donor retention rates, create donor stewardship plans, and develop winning digital strategies.
Vanessa’s fundraising career started at The University of British Columbia, her alma mater. Her clients have included: Barnard College, Meals on Wheels Association of America, Girl Scouts of the USA, British Columbia Children’s Hospital, Senior Medicare Patrol, The Dixon Transition Society, Zanesville Museum of Art, Win Without War, and OpenMedia.
In addition to working with clients, Vanessa provides workshops, webinars and conference keynotes. To date, she has trained over 10,000 non-profit professionals. Vanessa has been invited to speak at a number of events and associations including: The Association of Fundraising Professionals; The Council for Advancement and Support of Education; The Association of Donor Relations Professionals; BBcon; Mid-Valley Development Professionals; and many more.