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January 29, 2013

Big Duck Trainings in February

Jenna Silverman

This February, Sarah and Farra are embracing the cold and hitting the pavement to lead workshops and trainings in New York, DC, and online. If you’re interested in improving your communications chops, join us at one of these upcoming sessions:

Getting Your Donors To Fall In Love With You
Wednesday, February 6th, 4:30-6:30 at Big Duck’s office

Big Duck’s Vice President, Farra Trompeter, and Eric Rubin, Director of Enterprise Accounts for Salsa Labs will be leading a workshop followed by a Happy Hour at our DUMBO office where they’ll explore 11 ways you can tell if your donors love you. 
Space is limited, register today!

Nonprofit 911: Brandraise to Fundraise
Tuesday, February 12th, 1:00-2:00, Online

Network for Good is hosting Sarah Durham, Big Duck’s Principal, for a Nonprofit 911 webinar. This session will show how effective brandraising will help you spend less time reinventing and more time reinforcing the right messages so your prospects are more likely to understand what you do and why you do it.
Learn more and register for this webinar.

Getting Your Donors to Fall in Love With You
Thursday, February 14th, 2:00-3:30, Washington, DC

Farra will be at the Foundation Center in Washington, DC on Valentine’s Day offering tips on new techniques you can try to woo current donors, lapsed donors, and even unsuspecting would-be donors (aka ‘prospects’) into everlasting love. 
Learn more about this workshop.

Tuesday, February 19th, 1:00-2:00, Online

Sarah is leading a webinar hosted by Giftworks based on her book “Brandraising“. This webinar will help you apply Brandraising concepts to improve your programs’ communications, and make sure they make sense with other aspects of your organization’s communications, too.
Learn more about this webinar and register here.

Check out our website for a complete list of upcoming workshops and trainings.

Interested in hosting a Duck at your next event? Is there a topic you’re looking to learn more about in 2013? Leave a comment below or email me directly to find out how we can help.