Thank you for this thread Kristy.
The Avila Institute's annual conference on long-term care issues is October 7th and 8th 2019. Participants can join online or attend in person here directly beside the Hudson River in Germantown, NY.
Several sessions are being streamed live and can be purchased for online-only attendance at just $30 per individual session. We are very grateful to be using the Elevate platform by CommPartners.
This year's conference focuses on topics in palliative care and compliance and offers 11.0 continuing education hours for healthcare professionals.
Day one: palliative care, self-care and communication skills for caregivers with Betty Ferrell and Pam Malloy.
Day two: operational, advocacy and trending long-term care topics ageism and dementia.
Administrators, Nurses, New York Social Workers, Dietitians, Recreational Therapists, and Catholic Chaplains are eligible to receive up to 11.0 continuing education units
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Greetings NTEN people...
This year we're throwing the doors open to all comers for our biggest, best ever annual 2-day Engaging Networks Community Conference (ENCC) in Washington, DC on October 10th and 11th. We've expanded to a bigger venue and increased the number of breakouts to 40 sessions. Many of our nonprofit clients will present strategy case studies, alongside some of our smartest agency partners and our own team members. While this event celebrates our user community, it also will be a meeting of minds around best practices in digital fundraising, advocacy, marketing automation, AI / machine learning and other strategies for nonprofits.
Even if you're not looking for new digital engagement tools, consider joining us at this year's ENCC to soak up good ideas and resources, while networking (and eating and drinking :) with about 200 colleagues from other organizations.
Registration is $265 and covers everything, but please get in touch if the cost is a barrier for your nonprofit organization.
I hope we will see you at ENCC 2019!
Mission-driven organizations are expanding their reach through webinars, self-paced courses, engagement campaigns, and resource libraries.Built-in website analytics offer the basics about visitors and time on your site, but you need more data to truly understand whether your digital initiative is reaching its goals.This fast, fun, and free webinar will share practical tips that any organization can use. Check out our tip sheet for more!
Hello nonprofiteers!Mighty Citizen is offering several free webinars this month:October 8, 2:00 EST (hosted by The Nonprofit Times)Anatomy of a Nonprofit Website: Why Your Donors Aren't Giving (More) OnlineYour website is holding you back.A growing number of donors are giving online, but there's a good chance your website is giving them reasons to reconsider. Why is your website confusing your current donors? Why is it turning off potential donors? It could be cognitive load, a phrase used to describe an overabundance of information. Or maybe your donation form isn't optimized, making it difficult to move through the donation process. It could even be that you just haven't given them enough reasons to care.In this session, we'll explore what makes for a successful nonprofit website, from content to user flow to donation thank you pages.
Sign Up HereOctober 23, 2:00 EST (hosted by Bloomerang)The Donors of Tomorrow: Effective Ways to Engage Young DonorsYoung people are our future (donors), but many nonprofits are simply overlooking them. While most resources are allocated to big-dollar donors, you should also have a plan to engage Millennials and (gasp!) Gen Z in your mission to ensure the long-term sustainability of your nonprofit. We'll discuss the perils of ignoring younger audiences when it comes to donor cultivation as well as ways to turn these generations into your future donors. We'll also walk through inspiring real-world examples of how organizations are using dynamic campaigns to reach Millennials and to generate mission-fueling revenue, and how you can incorporate these tactics into your nonprofit.
Sign Up HereOctober 30, 4:00 EST (hosted by Network for Good)Last-Minute Touches: Preparing Your Website for Year-End FundraisingA growing number of donors are giving online, but there's a good chance your website is giving them reasons to reconsider. Is your donation form optimized, making it easy to move through the donation process? In this session, we'll explore how to get your nonprofit website in tip-top shape for end-of-year fundraising. We'll discuss content, user flow, donation thank you pages and everything in between.
Sign Up HereHope to see (hear?) you there,Rachel
Hello! If you're thinking of redesigning your site in 2020, please consider joining me for this upcoming training.
Invest your expertise and insight into one of the most important aspects of your website redesign: the content strategy!
Join this interactive training with nonprofit website expert Yesenia Sotelo (me!) and learn:
(This training is especially designed for nonprofit communications and fundraising professionals. The content and materials are suitable for nonprofits of all sizes and missions. A recording will be available.)
Thursday, October 24 2019
8am PT / 9am MT / 10am CT / 11am ET
See ya there! Yesenia
Hi everyone!There is still time to register for our free webinar: 10 Free Cybersecurity Tools (and 3 Worth Paying For)Wednesday October 16 from 3-4pm EDT
Join Community IT Innovators' CTO cybersecurity expert, Matt Eshleman, for a discussion of the 10 FREE cybersecurity risk-management tools available to nonprofits that want to increase security.
Matt will cover
He will also spend time discussing three security tools to pay for, what they do, and why they offer a return on your investment.
Community IT Innovators is vendor-agnostic and does not resell vendor services or tools. Join us for this webinar for our un-biased recommendations and overview of the growing market for free and paid security tools for nonprofits.
There will be a 15 minute Q&A following the webinar, so bring your questions, or share them at registration. As with all our webinars, this presentation is appropriate for an audience of varied IT and security experience.
Fellow members,Next week, I've got a free webinar that might interest you:6 Ways to Make Your Nonprofit's WordPress Site Secure from Getting HackedTuesday, October 29, 2019 | 10 am - 11 am PDT
If you're an IT leader or part of a nonprofit communications team, your WordPress website updates probably aren't high on the priority list – but they should be.
It's hard to stay on top of the site maintenance but in the back of your mind, you know it needs to be done. But while your site gets left in the dark every month, a hidden security risk grows.
It's a matter of time before your website gets hacked.
The last thing you want added to your list is trying to figure out how to fix a site that's been suddenly hijacked or taken offline.
Your website is an investment that's worth protecting and it's important that your donors and constituents have a consistently positive experience.
There will be a live Q&A session at the end so have yours ready.
On this live webinar, you'll learn:
This webinar will be hosted by Nonprofit Tech for Good. They focus on providing useful, easy-to-understand news and resources related to nonprofit technology, online communication, and mobile and social fundraising.Today, with nearly 50,000 monthly visitors and more than one million followers on social networks, Nonprofit Tech for Good is a leading technology resource for nonprofit professionals.
Register here: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/3782262125947888397