Online campaigners are an increasingly important source of new donors for many organisations.
How can your organisation rapidly grow its base of online campaigners, and effectively convert them into donors?
Watch this free webinar to learn how Greenpeace UK, leveraging tools provided by Engaging Networks, and multichannel donor outreach, has excelled in turning campaigners into campaigning donors:
"Converting Online Campaigners into Donors"
In this webinar you'll learn:
Jonathan Purchase -- Business Development Manager - Europe, Engaging Networks
Jonathan Purchase is the Business Development Manager for Europe and he also has responsibility for UK operations working from the office in London. After several years with the campaigns team at Save the Children UK, Jonathan joined Engaging Networks in January 2008. He brings altogether over 5 years of experience in online organising and technology to his role. This experience is extremely valuable to clients new to using the Internet for campaigning and fundraising.
Molly Brooks -- Digital Marketing Coordinator, Greenpeace UK
Molly has worked at Greenpeace for over four years, managing fundraising through online channels, and working to integrate fundraising into all of Greenpeace’s campaigns. In total she has over seven years experience of digital marketing for non-profit organisations, having previously worked at international development charity Concern Worldwide.
Eric Rardin – VP of Business Development, Care2
Eric is the Vice President of Business Development at Care2.com where he helps hundreds of non-profits connect with donors and supporters online. Prior to joining Care2 Eric designed and executed integrated advocacy campaigns for environmental charities for more than seven years--most recently at the Marine Fish Conservation Network where Eric helped lead a coalition of 190 organisations to successfully reauthorize the national law governing fishing in U.S. ocean waters. Before that, at the National Environmental Trust (NET) Eric helped design and implement several campaigns including NET’s "Take a Pass on Chilean Sea Bass" and Magnuson-Stevens Act reform campaigns. Eric also developed and led NET’s marine mammal project.