October 6th from 1:30 – 2:30pm ET
While the world adopted a new lexicon around COVID-19, one of the terms that never stuck with the Ulman Foundation was “social distancing.”
Maryland-based Ulman supports young cancer patients who have long had to limit their exposure to others. Program staff adopted “physically distanced” ways to connect patients socially such as online game nights, card-making campaigns, and appropriately spaced, parking lot parties.
When the development team saw this, they knew that this approach could inspire others. That led them to create MOVE Maryland, a live-streamed event that will bring together more than 50 nonprofits to create an interactive, fitness-focused peer-to-peer fundraising event with instructor-led classes in spin, barre, Tae Bo, and family boot camp on November 7th.
Katie Norton, Senior Director, External Relations, Ulman Foundation
Katie Norton is the Senior Director of External Relations at the Ulman Foundation. In this “small shop” role, she leads the organization’s marketing, communications, and development efforts to advance Ulman’s mission of creating a community of support for young adults, and their loved ones, impacted by cancer. Prior to joining Ulman in 2017, Katie spent a decade fundraising for academic medical research and patient care at Johns Hopkins Medicine and the University of Maryland Medical System. Her development career began at the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, where her love for orchestral music led her to develop a great appreciation for philanthropy.
Tim Sarrantonio, Director of Strategic Partnerships, Neon One
Tim Sarrantonio is the Director of Strategic Partnerships at Neon One and has more than 10 years of experience working for and volunteering with nonprofits. Tim has raised over $3 million for various causes, engaged and enhanced databases of all sizes, procured multiple successful grants, and formulated engaging communications and fundraising campaigns for several nonprofits. He has presented at international conferences and is a TEDx speaker on technology and philanthropy. He volunteers heavily in his home in Niskayuna, NY.
This webinar is FREE thanks to sponsorship by Neon One