Using the Internet to Build Community and Attract Support

Posted on March 26, 2004

Using the Internet to Build Community and Attract Philanthropic Support
A half-day seminar presented by the ePhilanthropy Foundation
Wednesday, April 28, 2004
8:30am – 12:30pm
Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce, 200 S. Broad Street, Philadelphia

Seating is Limited – Register Now and Increase Your Internet Impact!

Don’t miss this invaluable opportunity to learn how to effectively use the internet to build community and attract philanthropic support online. The seminar is taught by leading professionals in the field.

Featured Presenters:
Ted Hart, CEO of ePhilanthropyFoundation.org
Jay Love, President of eTapestry.com
Philip King, President and CEO of Artez Interactive, Inc.

In this valuable seminar, you’ll learn:
New and exciting ways to use the Internet for fundraising and growing support
The latest information on nonprofit management & ephilanthropy
* Communication and stewardship
* Online donations and membership
* Event registration and management
* Prospect research
* Volunteer recruitment and management
* Relationship building and activism
Practical guidance on ethics and the Internet
Online Best Practices
Much More!
Seminar Fee:
$68 per person, includes seminar and materials.
$88 per person, also includes the book, “Fundraising on the Internet”

Register Now!

Local Sponsors:
Arts and Business Council of Greater Philadelphia
TCC Group


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