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Using Technology to Run Your Nonprofit from Home
RedBit Gets It!
We know with everything going on in the world there’s a lot of pressure on you as a nonprofit to help everyone get through this. It can be difficult to navigate remote working and with all the offers coming at you it can be hard to determine which ones work for you!
Join us on Friday April 17, 2020 at 12:00 PM EDT to come together as a community and support each other through these difficult times. We’ll review all the resources available to you and your nonprofit customers to help them effectively respond to the current global health crisis.
Here’s what we’ll cover:
- Learn to brainstorm and strategize with your team remotely in real-time
- How to digitally manage your documentation so everyone can have access from home
- How to communicate remotely with your internal team, donors and volunteers through video call and chat
- Learn what’s possible for fundraising online while practicing social distancing
- Learn strategies to maintain and strengthen team moral
Presenter: Mark Arteaga
President, RedBit Development
Mark specializes in implementing client’s visions for their customer’s needs and making them a reality with mobile and web based software solutions. With clients such as Microsoft, Bell Media and the Art Gallery of Ontario, Mark has vast experience in bringing his client’s visions to the human experience of their customers, through their use of mobile phones and web applications. Mark’s love and knowledge of game changing technology is felt in his presentations and mentoring activities.
Presenter: Hazel van der Werken
Customer Success Manager, RedBit Development
With over 25 years of experience working as the bridge between technology teams and clients, Hazel’s main focus is on building great teams that focus on culture and customers. In her opinion, being successful using technology comes down to 3 key components: 1) Keep it simple, don’t get too fancy too quickly 2) Don’t be afraid, play with the tools and share your learnings with your colleagues 3) Have fun with it!