Join Billhighway, HandsOn Tech Detroit for Online, Mobile Fundraising Webinar for Nonprofits

Billhighway Give Mobile Fundraising, Payments Looking to developing innovative fundraising programs for 2013?

A can’t-miss nonprofit best practices webinar will survey the latest in online and mobile fundraising technology, Thursday, Nov. 29, 2012 at 10 a.m. ET.

Registration is now open for this complimentary webinar set for November 29, 2012.   

Mobile fundraising for nonprofits webinar Nov 29 We’re pleased to present this event in conjunction with HandsOn Tech Detroit, a federal Americorps program under the auspices of HighwayT (a Michigan Nonprofit Association program). HandsOn Tech Detroit seeks to provide technology assistance in low income areas throughout greater Metro Detroit.

New Donor Channels

According to the Nonprofit Technology Network, 180 percent more funds are raised by nonprofits with mobile versus traditional methods. The webinar gives an overview of the latest in technology including mobile wallets, QR codes, text-to-give and other technology tools that help organizations raise more funds, faster and more securely.

As nonprofit organizations look ahead to strategic planning for 2013, they can’t afford to miss this overview of the Mobile Web and its rapidly increasing role in mobile commerce, including fundraising.

The event includes a firsthand look at the latest mobile technology for nonprofits, along with best practices from nonprofits that leverage technology to more efficiently fundraise and fuel their missions.

Nonprofits can now reserve their spot for the Nov. 29, 2012 webinar.

 

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