The Best $49 You’ll Spend All Year

June 25, 2020 - by Amy Sukol

As the Coronavirus pandemic began its assault on the United States, the one thing we all wanted was information. It turns out that information on a new virus is in short supply. So, we’ve watched as our political leaders, health experts and policy makers fumbled in the dark as scientists rushed to shed some light on this novel illness.

Those of us charged with raising vital funds for the nonprofit organizations we serve are also hungry for information.

How can I raise more with less?

What are winning strategies in unprecedented times?

How do I position my organization for financial survival and ultimately success?

Fortunately, we don’t have to fumble in the dark for the answers to these questions. Our industry is replete with experts who have navigated crises before. And you can access all of their knowledge and experience at Bridge Online in a single day — July 16, 2020.

Whether you have attended the in-person Bridge Conference every year since its founding, or you’ve wanted to but were never able, Bridge Online is your chance to get the information you need to innovate and thrive during these challenging times.

Sponsored by DMAW and AFP DC, Bridge Online is three jam-packed hours of content focused on the issues that are impacting you and your organizations right now.

And at an early-bird rate of just $49* per person, this is content that neither you nor your organization can afford to miss.

Of course, one of the other reasons people love Bridge is for networking and the opportunity to meet with new vendors and service providers. Through the magic of technology, those networking opportunities will still be a part of Bridge Online.

Here’s the bottom line: you don’t have to do this alone – and Bridge Online is here to help. The early-bird rate is extended through Tuesday, June 30th. Register today!

We look forward to seeing you at Bridge Online.

 

 

*Registrations received after June 30 are $79.

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