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People Still Give to People: ProvenApproaches to Donor-Driven Online               Givin’          Holly Ross, ED, NTEN   ...
Are People Raising Money in Social             Media?         TREND            2009   2010   2011   2012         % of     ...
Are People Raising Money in Social             Media?
Are People Raising Money in Social             Media?
Strategy Step by Step•   Objectives•   Audience•   Integration•   Measurement
Objective•What do you want to accomplish withthe campaign?•Describe how your social media objective supports or links to a...
Give Your Social Media Objective           An IQ Test!
SMART Goal: Enable 22 individuals to meet the $5,000 fundraising goal during the 6 month                                  ...
Strategy Step by Step•   Objectives•   Audience•   Integration•   Measurement
Audience1. Who must you reach with your social media   efforts to meet your objective? Why this   target group?2. Is this ...
What Are They Doing Online?AUDIENCE:WHO: Supernatural fan (girls). Their enthusiasm for the show and the celebritydrives t...
Where Are They Online?
Strategy Step by Step•   Objectives•   Audience•   Integration•   Measurement
An Integrated Strategy                            One WayHomebase                        Email  Web Site                  ...
California State Parks Foundation• May 2009• 100 Park ClosuresImminent• 500 Facebook Fans• Mostly Direct MailSupportsNew S...
An Integrated Strategy for CSPF                                 One Way    Homebase                         email      Web...
Integrated ComponentsHome Base       One Way          Social• Web site      • “Urgent Grams” • Facebook  redesign to     t...
Integrated Looks & Message
Campaign Results
The Final Tally• $950,000 Raised• $300,000 Online  • Tough to track specifically to social media• 46% of that came from su...
Strategy Step by Step•   Objectives•   Audience•   Integration•   Measurement
Fail Informatively – Clay Shirky            Failing informatively            means setting up            experiments that ...
To Fail Informatively, We Must…• Set SMART goals• Set ourselves up for success by researching  first• Document hard data• ...
Social Media Data
Collect Stories
Choosing Peer to Peer ToolsFor a comprehensive list:http://bit.ly/ozZLro
Case Study: Random Acts
Case Study: Random Acts
Case Study: QuestionsWhat elements would work inyour organization and why?What elements would NOT workin your organization...
Case Study: Food from the Bar
Case Study: Food from the Bar
Case Study: Food from the Bar
Case Study: Food from the Bar
Case Study: QuestionsWhat elements would work inyour organization and why?What elements would NOT workin your organization...
Case Study: To Mama With Love
Case Study: To Mama With Love
Case Study: QuestionsWhat elements would work inyour organization and why?What elements would NOT workin your organization...
Mr. Noah Kleiman: noahk@casaoforegon.org     |@noahkleiman        Holly Ross:holly@nten.org | @ntenhross
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People Still Give to People: Proven Approaches to Donor-Driven Online Givin’. Presented on May 17, 2012 in Portland Oregon.

A smart and practical assessment of the strategic value of peer-to-peer social fundraising drives, a promising trend in online giving, for NPOs large and small

Software vendors invest heavily in marketing and advertising online fundraising systems to potential clients in the nonprofit sector, taking particular care to highlight the massive amounts of online donations they have collected for large national charities.
For a Development Officer or Executive Director it's difficult to predict the strategic value these systems will bring to your organization. Do these systems do anything to inspire increased giving for small or mid sized groups? Are very large charities thriving because of the software they use, or in spite of it? This presentation provides a framework for evaluating the strategic value of online giving systems and takes a closer look at a very promising trend in online fundraising, peer-to-peer social fundraising drives.

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  • Now, restate your objective so it is “SMART” – SpecificMeasurableAttainableResult-FocusedTime-basedYou can use this method for large or small objectivesOutputs vs. Impact. Frequency of attendanceCuriosity to learn about the art formDepth of emotional responseQuality of social connections
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  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/vissago/2852175694/Just like any other aspect of our work, social media is a risk. We can’t know everything or control everything. But we can set ourselves up to fail informatively.
  • Outputs vs. Impact. Frequency of attendanceCuriosity to learn about the art formDepth of emotional responseQuality of social connections
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    1. 1. People Still Give to People: ProvenApproaches to Donor-Driven Online Givin’ Holly Ross, ED, NTEN Noah Kleiman, Communications & Technology Manager, CASA of Oregon
    2. 2. Are People Raising Money in Social Media? TREND 2009 2010 2011 2012 % of 1% 2% 3% 3% respondents raising > $10k on Facebook
    3. 3. Are People Raising Money in Social Media?
    4. 4. Are People Raising Money in Social Media?
    5. 5. Strategy Step by Step• Objectives• Audience• Integration• Measurement
    6. 6. Objective•What do you want to accomplish withthe campaign?•Describe how your social media objective supports or links to aspecific goal from your organization’s strategic plan http://www.flickr.com/photos/wili/214316968/
    7. 7. Give Your Social Media Objective An IQ Test!
    8. 8. SMART Goal: Enable 22 individuals to meet the $5,000 fundraising goal during the 6 month campaign.
    9. 9. Strategy Step by Step• Objectives• Audience• Integration• Measurement
    10. 10. Audience1. Who must you reach with your social media efforts to meet your objective? Why this target group?2. Is this a target group identified in your organization’s communications plan?3. What do they know or believe about your organization or issue? What will resonate with them?4. What social tools are they using?
    11. 11. What Are They Doing Online?AUDIENCE:WHO: Supernatural fan (girls). Their enthusiasm for the show and the celebritydrives their engagement. It gives the participants currency in the fan community.WHAT WILL RESONATE: The fact that they get to not only raise money for thecause, but participate in the work. It’s like the Beatles want to build an orphanagewith you.WHERE ARE THEY ONLINE? Their own blogs, Tumblr, online forums, plus twitter andFacebook. Offline, they are at fan events and conventions.
    12. 12. Where Are They Online?
    13. 13. Strategy Step by Step• Objectives• Audience• Integration• Measurement
    14. 14. An Integrated Strategy One WayHomebase Email Web Site Direct Mail Ads Audience Objective Social Listening Conversation Connecting
    15. 15. California State Parks Foundation• May 2009• 100 Park ClosuresImminent• 500 Facebook Fans• Mostly Direct MailSupportsNew Strategy:Reach younger supportersto prepare for a ballotinitiative to protectCalifornia parks.
    16. 16. An Integrated Strategy for CSPF One Way Homebase email Web Site direct mail ads Recruit 5,000 new Facebook fans in one month Social Facebook YouTube
    17. 17. Integrated ComponentsHome Base One Way Social• Web site • “Urgent Grams” • Facebook redesign to to: Welcome Page emphasize: • High Dollar • Fan Videos on• Petition Donors YouTube• Facebook • Other Members• Donations • Prospects
    18. 18. Integrated Looks & Message
    19. 19. Campaign Results
    20. 20. The Final Tally• $950,000 Raised• $300,000 Online • Tough to track specifically to social media• 46% of that came from supporters new to CSPF• Email list size grew in tandem with Facebook Fans, suggesting that they are highly related• Ballot initiative campaign is now live
    21. 21. Strategy Step by Step• Objectives• Audience• Integration• Measurement
    22. 22. Fail Informatively – Clay Shirky Failing informatively means setting up experiments that we can measure, evaluate and iterate over time, until we get to success.
    23. 23. To Fail Informatively, We Must…• Set SMART goals• Set ourselves up for success by researching first• Document hard data• Also document qualitative data• REFLECT• And Iterate.
    24. 24. Social Media Data
    25. 25. Collect Stories
    26. 26. Choosing Peer to Peer ToolsFor a comprehensive list:http://bit.ly/ozZLro
    27. 27. Case Study: Random Acts
    28. 28. Case Study: Random Acts
    29. 29. Case Study: QuestionsWhat elements would work inyour organization and why?What elements would NOT workin your organization and why?What could you try as anexperiment in your organization?
    30. 30. Case Study: Food from the Bar
    31. 31. Case Study: Food from the Bar
    32. 32. Case Study: Food from the Bar
    33. 33. Case Study: Food from the Bar
    34. 34. Case Study: QuestionsWhat elements would work inyour organization and why?What elements would NOT workin your organization and why?What could you try as anexperiment in your organization?
    35. 35. Case Study: To Mama With Love
    36. 36. Case Study: To Mama With Love
    37. 37. Case Study: QuestionsWhat elements would work inyour organization and why?What elements would NOT workin your organization and why?What could you try as anexperiment in your organization?
    38. 38. Mr. Noah Kleiman: noahk@casaoforegon.org |@noahkleiman Holly Ross:holly@nten.org | @ntenhross
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