Having seen all of the work that WWP and the CharityEngine team have put in to delivering supporters an experience they can appreciate, I am thrilled Michelle and Phil will be sharing their incredible insights with other nonprofits looking to maximize monthly giving to support their missions.
MCLEAN, Va. (PRWEB) January 17, 2018
CharityEngine Donor Management Software will be featured in a free webinar called “Effectively Managing a Large Sustainer Program” as part of NonProfit Pro Magazine's webinar series. The free webinar will be January 17th at 2pm ET and moderated by Nhu Te, Editor in Chief of NonProfit Pro.
The presentation will feature Wounded Warrior Project’s Michelle Vargas and Philip Schmitz, CEO & Founder of CharityEngine, highlighting the lessons WWP has learned about managing and providing service to their supporters as their Monthly Giving Program has grown over the last decade. The presentation will show how many of these elements have driven both process and technology solutions. WWP is a CharityEngine client-partner.
“Despite a plethora of webinars and presentations around getting started with a Sustainer Program, there has been very little discussion about the things fundraisers have to focus on to support their donors once their program is off the ground and a full-blown success.” said Leigh Kessler, CharityEngine VP of Marketing.
“Having seen all of the work that WWP and the CharityEngine team have put in to delivering supporters an experience they can appreciate, I am thrilled Michelle and Phil will be sharing their incredible insights with other nonprofits looking to maximize monthly giving to support their missions and programming.”
The content of the webinar will also be presented in a seminar at the Washington DMA NF conference in February.
Registration is free and can be done at http://go.charityengine.net/sustainerwebinar
CharityEngine® software helps power nonprofit organizations to great heights with a fully integrated suite of online tools for fundraising, communications and donor management designed to maximize the donor's journey within the organization. Built by BIS Global, a McLean, Virginia-based cloud applications and hosting firm, CharityEngine technology has been used by hundreds of organizations including Wounded Warrior Project, AMVETS, Appalachian Trail Conservancy and National Ovarian Cancer Coalition. Visit http://www.charityengine.net