We're fresh off another fantastic Nonprofit Technology Conference, which took place last week here in Washington, DC. Here's a recap of all the fun!
What's new with EveryAction
Over at the EveryAction booth, nonprofit techies were as excited as ever to chat about the campaigns they've planned for this year, their fundraising goals and challenges, and how their CRM and organizing technology can give them an edge.
In today's political climate, NTC-ers were especially interested in ways to tackle advocacy during a time when they face new challenges nearly every week.
That's why we rolled out the Resistance Toolkit, a set of the best nonprofit advocacy tools built for organizations fighting back against regressive policies and politicized threats to their funding. The kit includes industry-leading features that allow users call, tweet, fundraise, and recruit new supporters at a time when action is critical.
Needless to say, nonprofits of all shapes, sizes, and tax designations were interested in hearing more about how the Resistance Toolkit can elevate their advocacy efforts - get all of the details here!
New Tools from the 2016 Elections That Nonprofit Techies Need to Know About
Mike Liddell, GM of Digital for EveryAction, sat down with Maura Walsh (Environmental Working Group), Matt Compton (Hillary for America), and Henri Makembe (Beekeeper Group) to discuss the organizing and fundraising technologies and innovations introduced during the 2016 election cycle and how they can benefit nonprofits. Topics included one-click donations, online action forms, social media and engagement strategies, and more.
Increase Your Acquisition and Retention by Using Data and New Multi-Channel Approaches
Melissa Wyers, Executive Director of EveryAction, presented to a packed house on how organizations of all sizes can use data better, be more cost-effective in their donor prospecting, and how they can use multi-channel campaigns to convert and retain donors in the long run.
Here's are some highlights from both panels on Twitter: