The Nonprofit Marketing Summit: Raising Funds for the Future August 16-18, 2022 kicks into the end of the year with not only its fifth and biggest summit yet, but also the largest nonprofit conference this year, with a projection of 20,000 professionals at non-profit.
Just two years ago, when the pandemic hit, the future for nonprofits looked bleak. The Nonprofit Marketing Summit launched in 2020, aiming to bring impactful, free virtual learning during a difficult time.
Held twice a year, the interest, audience, sponsors and programming have continued to grow and grow into the largest conference in the nonprofit sector. Since the launch of the Nonprofit Marketing Summit, more than 50,000 nonprofit professionals have benefited from a free learning opportunity that empowers them to embrace digital marketing and fundraising strategies. The participants saw increased revenue, return on investment and immense fundraising growth.
“Thank you for offering this summit for free so that we can still use our limited funding to continue our missions. The free training resources allow our funds to go to the platforms and resources we have talked about to help spread our message said Jenni Hypes, executive director of Love In the Name of Christ.
During the three-day conference, 52 sessions and speakers from leading digital organizations such as Mallory Erickson, Adrian Sargeant, Erica Waasdorp, Amy Sample Ward, Meta, TikTok, etc. will equip nonprofits with the tools to fundraise at year-end and in the future.
Amy J., Executive Director of World Vegan Vision, commented on her learning experience at a previous nonprofit marketing summit held in March 2022: “This was the best online conference I’ve ever attended. I’ve never attended and I attend A LOT. Great job and congratulations to the Community Boost team!”
Those interested in learning more about the Nonprofit Marketing Summit and obtaining a free pass to attend virtually from August 16-18 can do so by visiting their website: https://www.nonprofitmarketingsummit.org/
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