A Whopping 96% of the People Who Attended This Nonprofit Webinar Recording Rated It As Great to Excellent!
In this recorded webinar you will learn how to create and launch a virtual engagement strategy that achieves your fundraising goals and withstands this era of wild change.
COVID-19 has created an urgent need for human connection in a time when in-person experiences remain limited and uncertain - but how do we sustain momentum amidst a surplus of virtual events and webinar fatigue?
How do we adapt our virtual engagement strategies to ever-shifting limitations and forecast revenues in an increasingly uncertain era?
Join Caliopy Glaros, a donor engagement strategist who is currently helping dozens of global nonprofits design successful virtual experiences that foster deeper connections and inspire increased support.
This is not about executing one successful event - it’s about how to position that event in your entire engagement strategy so that you create something that complements - not competes - with your other initiatives.
This is also not about investing in expensive software or learning an entirely new platform - it’s about using the resources you have to adapt and continue to engage your critical supporters.
During This Nonprofit Webinar You Will Learn:
- How to select a virtual experience format that’s right for you
- How to distinguish between different virtual formats
- How to set appropriate goals for the virtual experience
- How to determine your audience’s needs and motivations for attending
- How to select a virtual format that achieves your outcomes
- How to increase attendance and participation in your virtual experiences
- How to market your virtual experiences to get the right people to attend
- How to increase audience participation during the experience
- How to leverage the virtual experience for future outreach
- How to monetize your virtual experiences
- How to determine which models are best for philanthropy and which models are best for revenue
- How to determine your resource needs for your virtual experiences
- How to leverage your time, talent, and technology for successful implementation
- How to determine when to outsource support and where to find it
- How to create a Virtual Engagement Strategy during the pandemic and beyond
- How to measure and select metrics for your virtual experiences
- How to forecast and scenario-plan in a time of wild change
- How to create, test, and evaluate hypotheses for your virtual experiences
You’ll Get These BONUS Materials:
- List of 100 Ideas for Virtual Donor Experiences"
- Links to view the Websites and Recordings of 20 different Virtual Events
- List of free and low cost Virtual Experience tools
- The Webinar Slides
- The Webinar Recording
Caliopy is specifically qualified to teach this webinar because:
- She has spent years consulting organizations whose supporters can’t experience the mission firsthand (humanitarian aid and environmental conservation groups among them) in developing robust virtual experiences.
- She is actively working with organizations in the COVID-19 era to transform their in-person experiences (events, meetings, tours, performances, and trips) to virtual experiences.
- She is a practitioner as well as a scholar, who studies how participatory experiences change people. She makes the best research in social psychology and anthropology immediately actionable and applicable to your nonprofit.
What Attendees Said about This Nonprofit Webinar:
“I found the webinar to be very practical, with information that was applicable to many different organizations. I work as an Event Planner at a non-profit, but also serve on the boards of two other unrelated nonprofits, and I found this useful on all levels.”
Anne Laskey, Pasadena Senior Center
“This webinar generated a lot of ideas for me to take back to my organization. Caliopy demonstrated her expertise and shared so many different tips and thought provoking questions.”
Scott Bunn, National Farm to School Network
“I learned so much in this webinar and I am excited to dig into the free resources.”
Justina Johnson, Parrott Creek
“This webinar answered many of the questions I had about virtual engagement”
Joyce Bagiraneza, International Ministries
“Critical information presented in an engaging way, with good attention to participants.”
Heather Haines, International Fund for Animal Welfare
“Most knowledgeable presenter I've experienced so far and I have listened to a lot of this type of training! Solid performance!”
“Really engaging - got to the heart of many problems we are all facing in these uncertain times and the ever-changing virtual event landscape.”
Dawn Sykes, DOVEma
“Caliopy is an excellent presenter, very knowledgeable with interesting ideas, new concepts, and her programs are packed with information. Definitely worth taking her webinars every time.”
Cathay Click, Basalt Regional Library
“Great ideas. Looks like wonderful resources will be shared with us. Love the energy and enthusiasm of our presenter”
Katie Theeke, For All Seasons, Inc.
“Awesome Insight into a new environment we all find ourselves in.”
Stephen Sweeney, JAARS, INC.
About Your Topic Expert:
Caliopy Glaros helps mission-driven organizations connect their stakeholders through travel, storytelling, and virtual engagement.
As a consultant for Philanthropy without Borders, she works with organizations to create impactful virtual and in-person opportunities for donors to connect directly to the programs they support.
After years of consulting nonprofits whose donors have limited in-person access to the mission-related work (such as humanitarian aid and environmental conservation groups), she developed tools and strategies to help them create virtual experiences that enhance participation and bring donors closer to the mission.
In addition to her extensive research, writing, and speaking, she provides group training, meeting facilitation, individual coaching, and project consulting on mass market communications, one-on-one stewardship, events, site-visits, tours, and travel programs.
Caliopy has an academic background in Anthropology and Adult Learning, is a certified trainer in Intercultural Communication, and the Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, Access (IDEA) Chair of the Oregon and SW Washington Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals.