Location: Virtual

January 23, 2014

Webinar: A Better Way to Select New Software

Cost: $30 for Members / $60 for Non-members

Are you planning on updating your software this year? Are you dreading it because of the amount of work you’ll be doing sifting through spreadsheets full of criteria and RFPs from vendors? Find out how one organization ditched the traditional process and streamlined choosing a new CRM, and how you can do the same thing at your organization!

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September 11, 2013

Webinar: Need a New Website? Have You Gone Through a Discovery Process? Information Architecture, Wireframing, and Project Planning

Cost: Free for Members!

Are you thinking about doing a website redesign soon? Have you gone through a discovery process? Join us, and we’ll outline an effective approach to beginning a website redesign project that is often referred to as “discovery” Using this thorough discovery process, you can help your organization set the stage for a new website that promotes engagement and focuses your energies and budget on functionality that truly supports your organization’s mission.

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May 21, 2014 · David Neff , Jason Shim

Webinar: Bitcoin for Nonprofits: A Fundraising Digital Disruptor

Cost: $30 for Members / $60 for Non-members

Bitcoin is a digital peer-to-peer currency that has been gaining momentum globally. In 2013, Bitcoin had 3.4 million online mentions and many companies, as well as nonprofits, have begun experimenting with emerging digital currencies. Nonprofit Bitcoin experts, David J. Neff and Jason Shim, will help you understand how the digital currency can benefit your nonprofit.

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November 12, 2013

Webinar: Ready, Fire, Aim! How Not to Choose a Donor Database

Cost: Free for Members!

Looking for a new donor database? Join expert Robert Weiner and Tracy Kronzak to discuss how to go about this process, from understanding your organization to preparing for and selecting from options, to making a decision, and the fundamentals to support these processes at your organization.

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January 28, 2014 · Amy Sample Ward

Town Hall: January 2014

Cost: Free for Everyone!

NTEN is the community where changemakers come together to find new collaborators, learn from other organizations, and share big ideas about the ways we can use technology to meet our missions and change the world. Pretty lofty stuff. Pretty amazing people.

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May 22, 2014 · Tal Frankfurt , Terimarie Degree

Webinar: Creative Ways to Use Salesforce to Enhance Your Nonprofit’s Systems

Cost: $30 for Members / $60 for Non-members

Salesforce is one of the most popular technology platforms that nonprofits are using to connect to their communities for fundraising, communications, program delivery, and more. There are many ways to leverage this platform to help you meet your mission, are you making the most of it?

Join our webinar on May 22 led by Tal Frankfurt, Founder & CEO of Cloud for Good, who will be joined by representatives from two nonprofits, Coaching Corps and ABCD: After Breast Cancer Diagnosis, who will share their first-hand experiences integrating Salesforce into their work to meet their missions.

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November 13, 2013

Webinar: When Your Clients Tell the Story of Your Impact

Cost: Free for Members!

In today’s world of the brief, compelling narrative, in the time of social media and sharing, we have the opportunity not only to shift our messaging into tweet-sized sound-bytes, but also to change our voice over to that of our program participant. When we shift our appeals to first-person brief narratives on the part of those helped and served by our programs and services, we start giving donors what we’ve learned they want – personal engagement with the story of our work and our impact.

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August 21, 2014 · Brett Crawford , Chad Leaman , Elijah van der Giessen , Paula Jones , Praan Misir , Regina Walton

Webinar: Community Organizing Tools from the Experts

Cost: Free for Members!

The nonprofit tech community is loaded with smart and thoughtful organizers who give their time and efforts to help the rest of us do the good work we do. We recognize NTEN’s 501 Tech Clubs and Communities of Practice (CoP) organizers are one clever and innovative bunch! In this webinar, Tech Club and Community of Practice organizers will give short presentations about their favorite community organizing tools.

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