Connecting with Donors in Times of Physical Distancing & Economic Uncertainty

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Over the past two weeks, as physical distancing has become the norm, the need to connect with others has increased.  During this unprecedented time, nonprofit organizations have the opportunity to connect with donors on a deeper level through authentic communication and relevant stewardship contacts.  During this one hour webinar, hear tips and strategies for how your organization can deepen relationships with donors throughout the new weeks and months as we forge through this unchartered territory. With just a month to go, we will also discuss how you can leverage GIvingTuesdayNow on May 5, 2020, to mobilize and raise funds.

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Start: Monday, April 6, 2020 at 4:30pm

End: Monday, April 6, 2020 at 5:30pm

*** NOTE ALL WEBINARS ARE EASTERN TIME ***


Speaker(s)

Mindy Gumb
National Director, Annual Fund | National Jewish Health

Mindy Gumb is a 40-year veteran of nonprofit direct marketing fundraising and donor databases. Having worked both as a consultant and as a staff member, Mindy has worked with the nation’s most vibrant and visionary charities, including National Jewish Health, National MS Society, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and American Red Cross.
With a passion for data, process and comprehensive analysis, Mindy can often be found with fifteen spreadsheets open on her desktop, along with Gantt charts and drawings to illustrate the point.

Erica O'Brien
Managing Partner, Co-Owner | MINDset direct

Erica O’Brien, Managing Partner and Co-Owner, has worked within the marketing and nonprofit industry for nearly twenty years. Before joining the MINDset team, she worked at Chapman Cubine & Hussey for nearly a decade, where she served as Principal & Senior Vice President.Throughout her professional tenure, she is proud to have served a multitude of clients including: St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Disabled American Veterans, AARP and AARP Foundation, International Fellowship of Christians & Jews, The World Jewish Congress, Defenders of Wildlife, Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and the Smithsonian.

Olga Moshinsky Woltman, M.S.
Founder & Principal | LemonSkies

Smart strategy and creative ideas to help good causes. That’s the driving force behind LemonSkies, company Olga founded to channel her passion of advancing social good. She has a broad ranging experience in nonprofit sector, from public affairs and grassroots advocacy to marketing, communications, and fundraising. Olga has worked with some of the most inspiring and transformative causes including Special Olympics, American Heart Association, the Susan G. Komen for the Cure, AARP, the American Diabetes Association, the Smithsonian Institution, Oceana, Pew Charitable Trusts’ Pre-K Now initiative, and many others. Olga’s is a frequent contributor to nonprofit industry publications and contributes her time and talents volunteering for a variety of causes. She serves on the Board of Directors for BRAWS, an organization dedicated to bringing dignity and empowerment to women and girls. Olga holds M.S. in Marketing Communications from Johns Hopkins University’s Carey Business School.

Nick Savarese
Executive Director | Doug Flutie, Jr. Foundation for Autism

Nick Savarese has spent his entire career working to improve lives and communities for people with disabilities. He joined the Doug Flutie, Jr. Foundation for Autism as Executive Director in January 2018. He is responsible for day-to-day management of the organization, including fundraising, strategic planning, program development, and financial management.
Prior to joining the Flutie Foundation, Nick spent eleven years at Special Olympics Massachusetts (SOMA) working in a variety of capacities. In his time at SOMA, Nick led initiatives across all disciplines of fundraising - including major gifts, foundation relations, and corporate development – as well as the organization’s communications and digital marketing efforts.
Nick spends his free time with his wife, Stephanie, running between soccer, dance, basketball, girl scouts, and all the other activities of their two children Naomi and Dominic. Nick is also an avid sports fan, rooting for all the Boston professional sports teams to continue their recent run of great success.