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In the Ways of the Eagle: Re-inventing the Nonprofit


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In the Ways of the Eagle: Re-inventing the Nonprofit

Presented during Kenya Association of Fundraising Professionals' 19th Eastern Africa Resource Mobilization Workshop. Mombasa, Kenya | December 3, 2012

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    • 1. In the Ways of the Eagle: Re-inventing the Nonprofit Presented by Liz Ngonzi Kenya Association of Fundraising Professionals:19th Eastern Africa Resource Mobilization Workshop Mombasa, Kenya | Dec. 3, 2012 @LizNgonzi
    • 2. About me:
    • 3. Organizations and people are reinventingeveryday…technology is helping to facilitate this change! @LizNgonzi
    • 4. Telecoms Provider @LizNgonzi
    • 5. Olympic Athlete @LizNgonzi
    • 6. Social Revolution @LizNgonzi
    • 7. Activist @LizNgonzi
    • 8. Fundraiser @LizNgonzi
    • 9. Donor @LizNgonzi
    • 10. NGO @LizNgonzi
    • 11. Changes in how we live our lives and communicateare necessitating reinvention of the NGO… @LizNgonzi
    • 12. Donors are always on…are you?
    • 13. This is how the US gives online @LizNgonzi
    • 14. Mobile is animportant part ofKenyans’ lives @LizNgonzi
    • 15. 10 New Ways to Tell Your Story and Raise Funds:1. Dashboards that provide transparency through impact reporting2. Crowdsourced fundraising platforms3. Mobile fundraising, service delivery and supporter recruitment4. Simplified websites5. Video storytelling6. Visual storytelling7. Amplify the event experience8. Leverage online retailers’ gift registries9. Create “coopetition” / unexpected partnerships10. Make use of local tech talent @LizNgonzi
    • 16. 1. Demonstrate transparency by reporting impact
    • 17. 2. Leverage online networks to “crowdsource” funds
    • 18. 3. Mobile fundraising, service delivery and volunteer recruitment @LizNgonzi
    • 19. Mobile tablets provide unexpected opportunities to fundraise @LizNgonzi
    • 20. Your organization’s online donation page can be “mobileenabled” for smart phones
    • 21. CheqOut mobile payment solution enables you toprocess donations during events
    • 22. Follow me onMPrep brings education to the masses through SMS-based learning.
    • 23. vinspired apps make it easy for volunteers to findopportunities to help you
    • 24. 4. Simplified websites enhance donor experience
    • 25. 5. Donors begin their search on Youtube..tell your storyon your own YouTube channel
    • 26. 6. Visual storytelling helps to compel support
    • 27. 7. Expanding your event experience increases support
    • 28. Market your events through social media
    • 29. A mobile app can enhance the attendee experience
    • 30. A mobile app can enhance the attendee experience
    • 31. Curate a crowdsourced summary of the online activity related to your event
    • 32. Share photos from your event via social media @LizNgonzi
    • 33. 8. Leverage Online Retailers’ Gift Registries @LizNgonzi
    • 34. 9. Partner with other NGOs to create a unique giving opportunity
    • 35. 10. Connect to iHub Nairobi’s tech talent tocreate solutions for you. @LizNgonzi
    • 36. How are you going to tell your NGO’s story differently? @LizNgonzi
    • 37. Emerging Trends On the Horizon: Industry ConsolidationAsante Sana! to Re-think Competition andRequiring OrganizationsCollaboration ? @LizNgonzi
    • 38. LIZ NGONZI @LizNgonzi +1 732.208.3304 |