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Learn how to craft HIGH IMPACT stories your donors will love [Starts Tuesday]

BRAND NEW WEBINAR SERIES on crafting compelling stories
From Kristina

Hi ,

If you want to get your donors' attention and keep that attention, you need to let them know how their money is changing the world.

And you do that through amazing stories.

Fundraising expert Rachel Muir is joining us next Tuesday and Wednesday for a BRAND NEW storytelling webinar series:


Learn how to find and tell the most compelling stories at your organization.

Part 1: June 19th & Part 2: June 20th

1:00 P.M. Eastern (10 A.M. Pacific)

Registration for this series is $199

(Or register for Part 1 only for $119)

Can't make it live? Registrants will have access to the recordings for two weeks, but you must sign up before we close registration at 12:45 P.M. ET the day of the event. We do not sell recordings after an event has started.

(You can attend these webinars and every other training webinar for the next 365 days for only $699 with an All-Access Training Pass.)

What We'll Talk About

In this two-part webinar series, you will receive unique formats for sharing great stories with your donors that fulfill their desires to feel appreciated, make an impact, be included and in the know.

During this BRAND NEW series, Rachel will also show you:

  • Powerful storytelling makeovers
  • The anatomy of great storytelling
  • Tips to nurture a great pipeline of stories from your front lines

You'll get storytelling guides, templates, critiques and makeovers in this live storytelling clinic.


Everyone who registers will also receive tips to create a stewardship plan to guarantee a long-term future with your donors.

I hope you'll join us!

All my best,


Kristina Leroux

P.S. Can't make this time? Recordings will be available to registrants for two weeks, but you have to sign up before we close registration 15 minutes before the scheduled start time. We do not sell the recordings afterwards. Learn more and register.

Kristina Leroux
COO and Community Engagement Manager
Nonprofit Marketing Guide, LLC
Contact: (334) 246-1712

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