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Today’s post comes courtesy of Nicole Stipp, an account coordinator in Fenton’s NYC office. Nicole was on site at the UN Digital Media Lounge, billed as a venue that “brings the conversations from this historic UN Summit out of the halls of the UN and into 92nd Street Y — where digital media will deliver it to the world.”
The day in the UN Digital Media Lounge started off with a chocolate bar from Save The Children – it was a sign of how great the rest of the afternoon would be.
The first panel was a fantastic mashup of a teenage member of Key Club and the leaders of DoSomething, Girl Up and Women for Women International, a long-time Fenton client. W4W’s Zainab Salbi, an incredible woman and the dynamic leader told us about women she had met 17 years…
Did you know that:
• women control two-thirds of all wealth in the U.S?
• women make 80% of all household purchasing decisions?
• women donate to twice as many to charities as men do?
If your nonprofit is not actively marketing to women and recruiting them, your organization is missing out on major fundraising opportunities.
Join (http://bit.ly/czYQjG ) Fenton’s Lisa Witter, c0-author with Lisa Chen of The She Spot, and Morra Aarons-Mele of Women Online for a free, 1-hour webinar on Thursday, February 25th on best practices for recruiting and retaining women donors.
The moderator will be Michelle Coyle, Director of Nonprofit Services for Care2, the 12 million member social network of (mostly women) “do-gooders” used successfully by hundreds of nonprofit organizations to recruit loyal donors and advocacy supporters.
The She Spot: Best Practices in Marketing to Women ( http://bit.ly/czYQjG )
Thursday, February 25th, 2010…
Lisa Witter will be featured at a special event on January 28th at Rutgers School of Social Work in New Brunswick, NJ. The book signing and lecture, sponsored by the Center for Nonprofit Management and Governance, will focus on the increasingly prominent role of women in the giving sector, and how nonprofit and advocacy organizations can target and effectively reach this growing population through outreach and marketing efforts.