Millennial Support Workshop: Keys to Inspire the Next Generation of Donors
Live Webinar Recording
Recording Price: $199.00
(Includes Proprietary Materials)
Millennials makeup one quarter of the American population, which represents a huge opportunity for fundraisers. Nonprofits need to have a unique strategy in place to target the millennial generation by fostering an emotional connection. How can you successfully target these new philanthropists in an attempt to gain the support of loyal donors and active volunteers? Join us for this 60-minute webinar where you will discover:
The do's and don'ts of inspiring millennials
Essential communication strategies for nonprofits
How to acquire more quality volunteers
Keys to get millennials to donate more money
Millennials & Nonprofits: Communication Strategies for Success
What makes millennials different from other generations
Communication techniques to connect with the new philanthropists
How to best use technology to your advantage
Foster Millennial Involvement: Get More Active Volunteers
Recruitment techniques for board & volunteer positions
Keys to make your nonprofit stand apart from other organizations
Strategies to effectively use newly acquired volunteers
Motivating Millennials to Give: Keys to Boost Donations & Gifts
How to adjust your appeal and become more millennial friendly
Fundraising trends that are inspiring the new generation to give
Common mistake that nonprofits make and how to avoid them
Live Question & Answer Session - Have your questions answered by the expert!
About The Speaker
Melissa Brown advises nonprofit organizations in the U.S. and internationally, offering presentations, surveys and studies, program evaluation, and project management. She worked nearly 20 years at the Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University (now the Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy), including 10 years as managing editor of Giving USA, the yearbook of philanthropy published by Giving USA Foundation.
Ms. Brown has researched and written about household and individual giving, with an emphasis on gender and generational differences beginning with her first article on the subject in 2006.
Her work has been featured in articles in Advancing Philanthropy, Nonprofit Quarterly, The NonProfit Times, and the Chronicle of Philanthropy, among many others.
Join us for this 60-minute webinar to discover effective ways to relate to the next generation of philanthropists to build lasting relationships and increase giving.