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Mission Driven Marketing Part 3: How to Keep Your Donors and Supporters Engaged
Date: July 19, 2012
Time: 8:30 – 10:30 AM
IIT Stuart School of Business
565 W Adams Street
Chicago, IL 60606
As with major consumer brands, the individual's unique experience with your organization can trigger emotional responses that will either keep them giving and participating or make them turn away. While some nonprofits are working to grow their audience, many are still struggling to maintain sustainable levels of involvement and support from their current community of donors, sponsors and volunteers. Learn how to be successful in working with resources available to you in continuing to capture the attention of new supporters and to keep them engaged.
Holly Messick, VP Corporate Relations with the American Heart Association, Midwest Affiliate
Joey Feinstein, Executive Director of Climate Cycle
8:30 am – Registration and networking
9:00 am – Presentation and Q&A
10:30 am – Conclusion
Complimentary continental breakfast will be provided. Advanced registration is recommended. Onsite registration will be $25 for members and non-members.
A special thanks to our event sponsor: Lawrence Hall Youth Services
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