“Giving Tuesday is the biggest giving day of the year around the world. Participating gives nonprofits the opportunity to attract new donors and raise more money.” Taylor Waldon, GiveWP Blog.

Make use of every day you have before Giving Tuesday, a day focused entirely on donations and non-profit giving. If your organization hasn’t participated in the past, it’s not too late to start, but the earlier you begin, the better.

This webinar gives helpful ideas, tips, and actionable advice to prepare your organization to participate in Giving Tuesday.

About the Speaker

Taylor Waldon is the Content Strategist for GiveWP, a WordCamp Speaker, and Content Writing Course Creator. She has ten years of content writing and marketing experience as well as a Masters Degree in International Relations (concentrating in Global Conflict Development, Resolution, and Management). She’s an advocate for people with disabilities, a meme queen, and a dog-mom to a German Shepherd (Legedu) and Mini Blue Heeler (Pepper).

Taylor’s research includes marketing for non-profit fundraising, how to prepare your organization for Giving Tuesday, and blogging for storytelling.

Be sure to say hello to Taylor at GiveWP.com and on twitter @telizarose.

We truly appreciate her time and commitment to the nonprofit community!

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You can see the replay on our YouTube channel here: https://youtu.be/mM9ns7bd4Ro

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