Tag: eventbrite for causes.

'Fundraising Best Practices'—Vivanista webinar featuring Julia Hartz


We’re excited to let you know about a great webinar being hosted by our friends from Vivanista.com, this Thursday, 11/4, and featuring our very own President and Co-founder, Julia Hartz! Titled Fundraising Best Practices, the webinar will spotlight ideas for promoting your fundraiser, tips for increasing profitability, suggestions for creating new events, and much more.
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Guest post: Top 10 tips for holding fundraisers

On Wednesday, July 21st, L.A.’s XAI Verandah Lounge will be the site of an awesome fundraiser called Big Kids Care. Aimed at the entertainment and celeb set, the event will raise both dollars and awareness for the SBC P.R.I.M.E. organization, which works to support at-risk youth with mentoring and community programs.
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2010 Taggie Awards highlight the power of event taglines

Taglines have long been a great tool for organizations looking to stand out and build brand awareness (and who isn’t?) These short, memorable slogans are even more important for nonprofits because, well: they’re cheap marketing. A clever tagline is a great way to define and extend your brand on a shoestring budget.
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The votes are in, and the MyEventRocked winner is…

The Concert for Epilepsy—Chad Barth’s incredible March benefit concert in Washington, DC! This awesome annual event uses the draw of great live music to raise funds for the Epilepsy Foundation of America. When we at Eventbrite talk about the power of the live experience, this is exactly the kind of thing we have in mind. It’s also a truly inspiring cause, and we’re proud to announce it as our contest winner.
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Watch founders Kevin and Julia Hartz discuss Eventbrite for Causes

Our founders, Kevin and Julia Hartz, just did a video interview with envisionGood on our awesome new nonprofit program, Eventbrite for Causes! Watch them discuss the role nonprofits play in our business, along with larger issues related to social commerce and building an online community. We also get an awesome shout-out from Dan Morrison of Citizen Effect, one of our top NPO partners.
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