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The Future of Digital Fundraising and How to Get Ahead of the Curve


In this webinar Sarah Olivieri, creator of the Digital Impact Method™️, will take a look ahead to what the nonprofit sector will look like for development professionals as digital advancement progresses in the coming years and what you need to start doing right now!

This webinar is designed for fundraising consultants or nonprofit staff who sit in the development seat who are ready to embrace the latest digital tools and tactics in their fundraising efforts.

You will learn:

  • How new automation tools and tactics will be used for fundraising
  • The future of data: going beyond list segmentation, the role of data in building interactive journeys, and leveraging big data
  • How digital will allow you to exponentially scale your one-to-one donor communications
  • How to avoid being overwhelmed by digital and what you can start doing today to be ready for the changes to come with a complementary digital assessment and planning worksheet


  • Sarah Olivieri

    Sarah Olivieri is a nonprofit digital strategist with a passion for helping organizations bring their mission and services to life on the web. She founded PivotGround in 2009, which is laser focused to help nonprofits increase capacity, deliver better programming, attract more funding and hopefully make the world a littler better. At PivotGround, Sarah leads her team of digital experts and is the creative force behind the Digital Impact MethodTM - a more effective method for helping nonprofits create a written, comprehensive digital strategy and suport them in executing it for at least 12 months. When Sarah isn't developingdigital strategies for clients or leading her team, you can often find her speaking or hosting seminars. She also hosts a weekly Facebook LIVE show where viewers can ask pressigin digital marketing questions in real time and get honest answers.

July 25, 2018
Wed 1:00 PM EDT

Duration 1H 0M

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