Markets for Good is hosting a live virtual roundtable on the lessons learned from the Kimbia Giving Day tech failure and next steps for ensuring successful giving days and other tech-driven fundraising campaigns.
Updated: Follow this link to check out highlights from our Giving Day Fail virtual roundtable and download the podcast!
Join us! On Thursday, June 9th at 10am PDT, Markets for Good is hosting Giving Day Fail: Lessons for Digital Infrastructure, a live virtual roundtable on the lessons learned from the Kimbia Giving Day tech failure and next steps for ensuring successful giving days and other tech-driven fundraising campaigns.
This is an excellent opportunity for social sector leaders, professionals, and technologists to learn more about how to successfully leverage digital infrastructure and coordinated giving campaigns to support their organizations and constituents.
Markets For Good Virtual Roundtable
Giving Day Fail: Lessons for Digital Infrastructure
Date: Thursday, June 9th
Time: 10am PDT
Co-Founder of the Impact Lab and Founder of Data Analysts for Social Good
Asha Curran @RadioFreeAsha
Chief Innovation Officer and Director of the Belfer Center for Innovation & Social Impact, 92nd Street Y, #GivingTuesday
Priscilla Enriquez @priscillacgo
Chief Giving Officer, Sacramento Region Community Foundation
Beth Kanter @kanter
Nonprofit Innovator and Trainer; Author of Beth’s Blog: How Connected Nonprofits Leverage Networks and Data for Social Change
Join the June 9th discussion by clicking the button below. If you have any trouble registering, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that you’ll want to keep the registration email that will be sent to you immediately after you register; this email will have your unique link to join us on June 9th. We look forward to you joining the discussion!