Trying to make the case for a crowdfunding program at your school? You may be finding that crowdfunding is an unfamiliar solution to many people vested in your organization.
Join Matt Wasserman, former Vice Chancellor of the University of Colorado Denver, and learn how to create effective communication plans that energize and build buy-in from all of your key stakeholders:
We’ve seen the difference building an advocate base can make for fundraising efforts. If you’re on the cusp of making crowdfunding a part of your advancement program, get actionable next steps to galvanize your crowd and grow support for your crowdfunding initiative.
About the Hosts
Matt Wasserman has been working in higher education advancement for the last decade, most recently as Vice Chancellor of the University of Colorado Denver. His experience has given him industry insight into every facet of a university giving program: from annual giving to major gifts to sponsorship & grants.
McCabe Callahan began Community Funded in 2011 out of his passion to provide a platform for communities to support the things they care about. In addition to running his own crowdfunding platform, he has helped organizations across diverse disciplines implement and find success with their own custom platform solutions.