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Getting Heard on a Noisy #GivingTuesday
October 17, 2014
Friday, October 17, 2014
9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Registration & continental breakfast
9:00 AM to 9:30 AM
Program begins at 9:30 AM
Springside Chestnut Hill Academy
8000 Cherokee Street
Philadelphia, PA 19118
Director of Professional Development
Getting Heard on a Noisy #GivingTuesday (and Why You Should!)
For Development Directors and staff
Curious to get involved in #GivingTuesdayPHL this year, but not sure why or where to start?
Fascinated by the ALS Bucket Challenge phenomenon?
Join us to learn how the use of social media is raising the visibility of philanthropy.
Some of the best ideas for getting involved in Giving Tuesday have come from local nonprofits who are integral in making the Giving Tuesday movement a reality. During this presentation, you will be provided with toolkits, best practices, case studies, and examples to organize your very own Giving Tuesday campaign.
Our keynote speaker,
, Director of Engagement at
Here's My Chance
, will discuss communications and social media strategies to help nonprofits make the most out of their Giving Tuesday campaign, and what's on the horizon for social media and philanthropy. In her role at Here’s My Chance, Lansie leads the agency’s external communication strategy and builds new community partnerships. Since 2010, she has worked as a fundraising and marketing professional in a variety of Philadelphia-based arts, culture, and youth education nonprofit organizations. Her areas of expertise include communication strategy, story telling, social media marketing, fund development, and community outreach. She is an award-winning storyteller and often sought after to present to groups and businesses.
She is also the founder of Philly Give & Get, a volunteer-run organization that promotes nonprofit partners and raises funds to support them via live-auction events in the Greater Philadelphia Area. For her work with Philly Give & Get, she was selected as a 2013 Social Impact Fellow by the University of Pennsylvania and awarded third place at the 2013 Mobilize.org ReGenerate Philly Summit.
Before receiving her M.S. in Leadership for Social Change from the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Social Policy and Practice, she completed an AmeriCorps Year of Service in Providence, Rhode Island where she was an art instructor at an innovative charter school. Previous to that, she graduated summa cum laude from Rutgers University and worked at an Indian NGO in New Delhi.
An active supporter of the arts, Lansie is a trustee of the Charlotte Cushman Foundation, and a member of the Curtis Crescendo Club, the Spruce Foundation, and the Free Library of Philadelphia Foundation’s Raven Society.
You will also hear from Katie Feeney, Development Director,
Rock to the Future Philly
, which used social media as a platform to publicize the event and highlight the important work that they do in our community.
Fee: No charge for ADVIS member schools. $100 for non members. Payment should be made by check or credit card in advance of the program.
Deadline to register: Tuesday, October 14th.
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