New March 24th Webinar “Fundraising on the Move: Crowdfunding for Walkable Communities”

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Webinar Title: Fundraising on the Move: Crowdfunding for Walkable Communities

Date & Time: Thursday March 24th at 2pm Eastern, 11am Pacific

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About the Webinar

Looking to increase resident engagement in your work? Need cash quickly for an urgent project? Trying to build an individual donor base to take your nonprofit to the next level? Curious about crowdfunding?

Join us for a webinar with the crowdfunding nonprofit ioby to learn more about how crowdfunding can be both an effective fundraising and community-engagement tool for walkable community advocates.

The webinar will include real-life case studies of successfully-funded walking advocacy projects, crowdfunding myth busting, and best practices for campaign planning, donor prospecting, social media use, and more. You’ll leave with the information you need to decide if, when, and how crowdfunding can best support your goals, and to plan an effective campaign.

Material covered is pertinent to volunteers and informal community groups, as well as nonprofits. No prior fundraising experience required.

About ioby

ioby is a national, nonprofit crowd-resourcing platform designed to support community-led, neighbor-funded projects that make neighborhoods stronger, healthier and more sustainable. On, anyone with a good idea that helps the community can create a campaign page and raise tax-deductible donations, find local volunteers and share their idea with a community of like-minded individuals. ioby provides one-on-one fundraising coaching to every ioby campaign leader, and has helped over six hundred civic leaders across the country raise over two million dollars to date.

About the Presenter
Ethany Uttech headshot jpegioby Partnerships Manager Ethany Uttech focuses on partnership building and outreach to connect with new ioby Leaders across the country. Before joining the ioby team, Ethany directed Brooklyn Arts Council’s grant-giving and professional development programs for seven years, spearheaded community environmental initiatives in Brooklyn and upstate NY, and worked in a variety of fundraising and project management capacities. She lives in New York City, where she walks everywhere.