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Wednesday, Aug. 1, 2007 at 4:21 pm

Non-Profits: Win a Free Pass to “Call to Action” Seminar

By The Grok
August 1st, 2007

Does your non-profit website stink? Are you tired of worrying that your site’s scaring away potential donors, patrons, and volunteers? We can help.

If you work at a non-profit and have some — ANY — control over its web strategy, tell us below why you should join us for next week’s Call to Action seminar.

Non-Profits contact us all the time to see about fixing their online strategy, but it’s usually tough for them to get the support of board members, web developers, or any combination of people, places and things that get in the way of making a difference online.

Your site is always up. It’s not just a brochure; it tells your story. Besides, why should business folk always have the best websites? You do good work! Tell us about it….

If you’re in New York next week and wish to learn directly from bestselling authors Bryan & Jeffrey Eisenberg, you should enter.

[Editor's note: If you'd like to be discreet, leave out your homepage address and just enter your name, email, and story below. We'll email you directly if you've won. There's only one free pass available, so don't sleep on it!]

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  1. Sorry folks, the website for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s fundraising is long and unweildy and it’s slipped my mind the way your own telephone number sometimes does.

    I am a Registered Triathlete for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, among others. My goal is to raise corporate sponsorships as well a individual pledges through an online, opt-out pledge drive. Last year I raised money for the Israel Cancer Research Fund by asking people to match my pledge of $1,850.00. I also lobbied successfully for a Corporate Philanthropy initiative throughout Palm Beach County, Florida. I’ve moved to New York and would like to do much better this year and to become a righteous philanthropist, using the internet as my primary means of communication.

    I have a goal and a vision and a detailed plan for raising money for health-related non-profits while I contribute the blood, sweat, tears and efforts toward my training and marketing and advertising my pledge drives. I hope you will consider me the best candidate for a FREE TICKET to your seminar! It will go to several great causes!


    Jill Gilbert

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