We always wait with anticipation for the Bridge Conference to come around because we know we’ll be inspired and learn some fresh new ideas. Plus, we have so much fun seeing all of our friends and clients, and meeting new friends!
This year we would like to highlight some of our clients who will be presenting at this year’s Bridge Conference. We couldn’t be prouder to work with some of these talented folks and highly recommend their sessions.
One of Impact’s long-time clients, Anastasia Staten from the Foundation Fighting Blindness will be in the line up for the Digital 101: Preconference Workshop on Wednesday.
Our friend Craig DePole from Newport Communications will be presenting with Andrew Wiley and Barbara Camick on Mid-level Donors: Strategies to Grow and Engage Your Committed Core.
Jessica Harrington from Schultz and Williams and Melissa Jimison from the International Campaign for Tibet will share their wisdom on how to Raising More Money With Less: How to Keep Your Fundraising Program Growing with a Shrinking Budget!
Our pals Martha Schumacher from Hazen Inc. and Bob Ramin from Washington Animal Rescue League will help you get ready for your capital campaign with their session, Feasibility Study Best Practices: Interviews and Gift Charts and Case Statements – Oh My!
And Lisa Maska, from Lautman, Maska & Neill will join Seth Perlman and Art Taylor for a very important session on nonprofit accountability. Join them for Who’s Watching You? The Impact of Accountability on Your Bottom Line
You cant’ go wrong with these or any of the more than 50 sessions at next week’s conference. We hope to see you there.
-Posted by Kathy Swayze