Attract Volunteers and Donations with a Strong Visual Brand
Every nonprofit needs donors and volunteers to thrive. But, a worthy mission isn't enough to win them over. People support specific nonprofits for many important reasons, including the strength of a nonprofit's visual brand. A strong visual brand can inspire confidence and dramatically boost donations.
This interactive session will discuss the power of visual branding for nonprofits, when it's time to refresh a visual brand, how to build loyalty and engagement through the visual brand design process, and simple ways to personalize stock template websites and emails.
Learn to create a strong visual brand that will win more volunteers and improve donations.
Have a logo, website, or landing page you want reviewed? Get personalized feedback live by submitting your assets before the webinar
Crowdspring will also discuss their GiveBack program that provides free design services for nonprofits.
This course will be conducted live via a combination of online and phone conferencing (i.e., "webinar"). The online conference will include a PowerPoint presentation and text chat capabilities. Participants will have opportunities to ask questions and interact with the presenter(s) and other participants via chat and teleconference.
We encourage all participants to bring other colleagues and co-workers to this training. There is no additional fee for multiple participants at the same location, as long as all individuals share the same phone and computer connection.
Note: A recording of this presentation will be available at no cost for Society members only.
About the Presenter(s)
Ross Kimbarovsky founded and is the CEO at crowdspring, where more than 220,000 experienced freelancers help agencies, small businesses, entrepreneurs, and non-profits with high-quality custom logo design, web design, graphic design, product design, and company naming services. Crowdspring has worked with the world's best brands, including Amazon, LG, Starbucks, Microsoft, Barilla, Philips, and also with many of the world's best agencies - and tens of thousands of entrepreneurs, startups, and non-profits. Before founding crowdspring, Ross practiced law for 13 years as a successful trial attorney. Ross enjoys cycling, tennis, and other fun outdoor activities with his family (especially when global pandemics don't make those activities dangerous). Fun fact: there's a rumor that Ross left his law practice in 2007 to found crowdspring so that he could wear shorts to work. That rumor is true.