Episode 18: Online Giving—Change the Channel But Remember Your Fundamentals
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In this episode, we spoke with Christine McIver, Founder & Chief Executive Officer of Kids Cancer Care Foundation of Alberta; Marina Glogovac, President & CEO of CanadaHelps; and Tanya Koshowski, Executive Director of Brown Bagging for Calgary’s Kids. Our topic was: Is in-person fundraising dead? How does relationship fundraising change as more and more people give online?
SOME OF WHAT YOU WILL HEAR:
Developing a high touch strategy is just as important in a high tech world
Peer to peer fundraising is powerful
Follow-up and following through are just as critical in online giving as they are in face-to-face giving
Relationships still matter; online and offline
We need to always be preparing for emerging technologies and continuous disruption
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EPISODE 18 PANELISTS
Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Kids Cancer Care Foundation of Alberta
President & CEO
Brown Bagging for Calgary’s Kids