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unFundraising   IoFNC 2011
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  • BIG IDEA: How thinking small has changed the game.
  • Using the real time web to empower people in developing countries to tell their story. Creating a simple way follow and help.
  • Work of GHNI – TCD – water, food, income, wellness and education. Ola Nagele forgotten people Innovation comes from the bottom
  • The Wild West of Social media. Shiny Toy Syndrome.
  • Only 3 ways of telling stories online. Facebook & Twitter are not storytelling platforms – Distribution Channels
  • You are telling 2 stories at ALL timesMacro – what you do Micro – what you are doing (project level)
  • Micro Story of GHNI - Ola Nagele Village Blog*Tip to great micro stories – Never let your organization get in the way of a great story
  • 3 essential elements to a great story. Compelling, Visual Media & Real Time
  • Story of Abdi – Village JournalistLocal working with NGO Make it easy: unlocked G1 on 3g network
  • No PR or Marketing filter
  • Architecture of any tribe.
  • Back to our case study. Influencer or Blogger Outreach
  • In 14 days all this content was created. The world knows about the so called ‘forgotten’ people.
  • Just click a stupid donate button
  • Invitation to become a part of something bigger. Relationship orientated donation.
  • Go DEEP not WIDE.
  • THINK SMALL The doctrine of unremarkable average. Digital Space moves to fast for benchmarking.
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    • 1. unFundraisingthe age of raising money by letting others ask for it<br />AJ Leon<br />@ajleon<br />www.misfit-inc.com<br />www.ajleon.me<br />
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    • 7. case study: Global Hope Network International<br />project: Ola Nagele Village in Kenya<br />budget: 250 usd<br />timeline: 2 weeks<br />equipment: kodak zi8, camera, cell &amp; usb modem <br />goals: real time content build community fund Ola Nagele village <br />
    • 8. the end of the beginning<br />youtube is the second largest search engine <br />2.5 billion photos uploaded each month to Facebook.<br />1 billion  videos served by YouTube in one day<br />The fastest growing segment on Facebook is females between 55-65.<br />27.3 million tweets sent per day<br />
    • 9. the future of fundraising understandandimplement <br />art of digital storytelling <br />blogger outreach<br /> experiential philanthropy<br />
    • 10. art of digital storytelling<br />
    • 11. 3 ways to tell a story<br />blogging photos video<br />If you don’t blog, you don’t exist.<br />
    • 12. macro your organization’s story <br />human story<br />micro your project’s story<br />
    • 13. The future of giving will be about the project level. <br />
    • 14. Why? <br />
    • 15. We don’t want to help organisations, we want to help humans.<br />
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    • 17. how to tell a goodstory?<br />compelling + visual media + Real Time<br />
    • 18. Case Study<br />who is telling the story?<br />Abdi Kassim<br />the Village Journalist <br />
    • 19. the good <br />document progress in real time <br />
    • 20. the good <br />
    • 21. the good <br />
    • 22. the bad<br />
    • 23. the bad<br />
    • 24. the bad<br />
    • 25. TRUTH goes a long way<br />
    • 26. blogger outreach<br />the evolution of influence<br />
    • 27. analogue world … we were retailers <br />
    • 28. digital world …we need to be wholesalers<br />
    • 29. Jennifer McKinney<br />Mother of 5 <br />Lives in Minnesota <br />Occupation: Mommy Blogger<br />Value as an End User: $50 max per month <br />Value as a Retailer: 250,000 readers per month<br />
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    • 31. Case Study<br />
    • 32. the power of geeks<br />65 blog posts<br />over 5,000 pictures uploaded<br />41 videos uploaded<br />12 real time qik videos<br />5,250 interactions on facebook<br />Over 1,200 tweets about the project<br />Over 600,000views<br />
    • 33. rethink influence<br />
    • 34. Every project should start with this question …<br />“which blogger can we team up with?”<br />
    • 35. experiential philanthropy<br />allow supporters to be part of the story<br />Join Extended Village<br />
    • 36. worst idea ever = click a donate button<br />
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    • 40. live video GoToMeeting calls with the village<br />
    • 41. village funded <br />in 3 hours<br />$72,000<br />with a budget of $250<br />one free tumblr blog<br />one mommy blogger<br />and an easy way for people to join the story<br />
    • 42. org tip<br />deep not wide <br />
    • 43. org tip<br />allow room to experiment<br />or <br />fail<br /> don’t follow the leader <br />
    • 44. art of digital storytelling <br />blogger outreach<br /> experiential philanthropy<br />
    • 45. AJ Leon<br />@ajleon<br />www.misfit-inc.com<br />www.ajleon.me<br />
    • 46. www.misfit-inc.com/nonprofits<br />

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