Product Spotlight: Tis the season to go mobile. Fundraising while on-the-go.

Mobile usage is skyrocketing. Over 50% of U.S. adults have a smartphone and 30% of these use them to make payments. More people play, research, work and donate via their smartphones. At PayPal we saw a 5 times increase in mobile payments from 2010 to 2011. This year we expect around $7 Billion in mobile transactions among our users.

In this webinar we will help you learn about several options and tactics that can help you increase donations at your events, website and emails via smartphones.

At Events: You will learn how to facilitate payments during your events such as event registration and auction payout. We will demonstrate different ways to use PayPal Here credit card swiper and other features such as check capture and even tracking cash all from the phone app. In addition we will show how event participants can check-in with PayPal before they get to the door.

On Website: We will also discuss the impact of mobile-optimizing your site and emails. We will show you practical tools to increase donations in these mediums.

Nonprofit Success: Children’s Miracle Network will share their mobile strategy and how it helped them reach more donors.

In this webinar, participants will

  • Make it super easy and safe to accept payments at your next event.
  • Learn best practices in mobile optimizing donations
  • Get ideas from a mobile expert nonprofit

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Speakers from PayPal:
Clam Lorenz, Director of Nonprofit Engagement
Tanya Urschel, Nonprofit Engagement Manager

Speaker from Children’s Miracle Network:
Nick Ward
Senior Director, Information Systems | Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals

About the Presenters

Clam Lorenz leads nonprofit engagement for PayPal, the faster, safer way to accept donations online. Clam was co-founder and head of operations for MissionFish, an award-winning social enterprise that powers fundraising programs for eBay and PayPal users. Through programs like eBay Giving Works, MissionFish has generated nearly $300 million for the nonprofit sector in the U.S. and UK. MissionFish was acquired by eBay, Inc. in May 2011. Clam has worked for nonprofits since age 17, working with at-risk youth through a local Boys & Girls Club, and later as a marketer and fundraiser. He is a contributor featured in the book, Succeeding at Social Enterprise: Hard-Won Lessons for Nonprofits and Social Entrepreneurs (Jossey-Bass, 2010). He has degrees from Mercer University and the University of Georgia, and lives in the Washington, D.C. area.

Tanya Urschel heads the charity segment for PayPal. Tanya has worked at PayPal for nearly seven years and has led numerous product launches for both B2B and Consumer segments. Tanya has a broad knowledge of PayPal products and segments. Prior to working with charities she built the fundraising for individuals business from the ground up.