Meet DeSean Brown, VP, Client Strategy & Success, One & All, and find out his three questions for assessing where your organization is—and where you’re going. My one bit of advice is… alignment is essential.
One of the best things about panel discussions? All those voices in the mix! That’s how it went at last week’s “How Loud Can You Bark: Hellraising vs. Fundraising,” a roundtable hosted by The Association’s Jim Tedford featuring Denise Wong from One & All; Humane Society Silicon Valley’s Stephanie Ladeira, and Angela Speed of Wisconsin Humane Society.
If you’re a Gen Xer like me—ask me about my “Jenn X” license plate—then you probably spent some time in the 1990s watching a little show called “Friends.” And you probably loved seeing the cast get back together for the big reunion show last month on HBO Max.
The thought leaders at One & All are here to help animal welfare marketers and fundraisers shift away from third-party cookies. (Sneak peek: Significant benefits lie ahead!) What does our world look like without cookies? Well, we’re going to find out soon enough.
Digital fundraising has accelerated at lightning speed thanks to the pandemic. In 2021, having a digital strategy in place is a necessity – not a trend.
The animal welfare sector is great at storytelling… but are we telling just one story? Do your marketing and fundraising materials inspire your entire community? This June 8, at The Spring Conference for Animal Welfare Advancement, join Heather Friedman, Lifeline Animal Project’s Chief Marketing Officer, and Christina Hill of Atlanta Humane Society’s community engagement team, and learn how two different organizations in the same city are approaching diversity and inclusion in their messaging. Here’s more of what you can expect from this….
One of the things I love most about animal welfare donors is their passion and loyalty to help improve the lives of animals no matter what the outside world is facing. This has never been more apparent than in the last 12 months, as donors have poured their hearts into the organizations they choose to support.
A gala in an empty hotel room… a walk in a park without hundreds of people…. Those were just a few of the challenges fundraisers faced last year when trying to execute annual events.