Nonprofit Leader Panel Discussion (August 2019)

Join us to take a peek behind the curtain as two incredible nonprofit professionals share their hard-earned insights gained from growing fundraising for themselves.

This month, we’re honored to have Kenny Kane from the Testicular Cancer Foundation and Nick Hudson from Stupid Cancer talk through how they wasted less time on admin tasks and invested more time in growing their fundraising, producing incredible results.

During this hour-long panel, you’ll get an inside look into their fundraising process so you can grow your fundraising too.

We’ll be discussing:

  • Live examples of donation pages and campaigns so you can learn from their growth
  • Effective fundraising strategies you can easily implement
  • Practical promotional tips and examples of high performing posts and emails
  • How to recruit and prepare peer-to-peer fundraisers to successfully fundraise for you
  • Specific fundraising tactics and strategies for cancer awareness organizations.
  • Live Q&A to help you get your most pressing fundraising questions answered
  • + more

With all these insider insights, you’ll be equipped with new fundraising ideas, tips, and proven strategies to help you increase giving on your next fundraising initiative!

Find out how they wasted less time on admin tasks and invested more time in growing their fundraising, producing incredible results.

August 2019 Nonprofit Leader Panelists:

Kenny Kane is the Chief Executive Officer at Testicular Cancer Foundation based in Austin, TX. For the past decade, he has worked in the nonprofit field overseeing all aspects of nonprofit operations including fundraising, e-commerce, digital, and grassroots organization. Prior to TCF, Kenny was the Chief Operating Officer at Stupid Cancer in NYC. Kenny loves improving donor experience by optimizing front-end experience and following up to ensure they know how much he appreciates them.
Nick Hudson is the Director of Development for Stupid Cancer, the leader in young adult cancer advocacy and community building.
Before joining the Development dark side, Nick worked in nonprofit programming as a founder and manager of multiple national community outreach campaigns, with a focus on student programming and digital marketing.
A law school graduate, AmeriCorps alum, and novice graphic designer and wine educator, Nick is passionate about ensuring that you bring your strengths and own interests to your everyday experience as a nonprofit professional.

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