Elevate Your Event Supporters To Lifelong Donors
Wednesday, October 12th, 2022 6:00pm UTC
The dust has settled from your big event. You have a wonderful cache of attendee information and auction participants. Now what? Use the information to uncover high value donors and supportive volunteers. Screening participants will reveal their philanthropic interests, inclinations, involvement, wealth and charitable capabilities. This data can help you build stronger relationships with people who have already self identified as your supporters. In this presentation, we will discuss:
- Fill the auction catalog
- Fill the seats
- Fill the sponsorships
- Crush the fundraising goals
- How to screen your participant data
- What data points to look out for
- How to segment your donors and participants for better insight
- Using the data for impactful engagement
Laurie Hochman has a passion for helping groups exceed their fundraising goals. After using Auctria for many auction fundraisers, she joined the team to help others boost their auction fundraising for many wonderful causes. Auctria has been used for over 40,000 auctions and events raising over $400 million.
“The beauty in what is done with the money raised with Auctria is what motivates me every day to help auction teams succeed. Hope all your bids soar!”
With 20 years in the Development field, Frank Choi has focused much of his career in prospect research and management. He has worked at varied institutions such as The Philadelphia Orchestra, Temple University, Johns Hopkins University, Children's National Medical Center, and McDaniel College. Throughout his career, Frank has managed databases and leveraged wealth screening platforms to direct prospect research and pipeline management. Now a Channel Sales Associate at DonorSearch, Frank uses his years of expertise to assist with partner relationships and in building resources and infrastructure related to the DonorSearch platform. He is always happy to share his experience and gain new ones as the Development industry continues to advance.