Wednesday, June 9 from 1:30 pm to 2:30 pm ET
Free thanks to sponsorship by Hustle
In the past year, organizations have had to shift many in person events to virtual. While we (hope to) shift back to in person events, texting will still be a vital component of your recruitment tool kit.
People read and respond to texts—and to communication that feels more human. In fact, 95% of texts are read within 3 minutes of being sent.
How can YOU leverage texting to maximize event attendance and participation? Tune into this July 9 webinar for insights and best practices implemented by the St. Louis Children’s Hospital and ALS Association!
Can’t make it? Don’t worry; we’ll capture the recording and send it your way! (Registration required.)
- How texting can help you boost event attendance
- hat’s worked in the field and how to incorporate texting into your strategy
- What texting tips could help make and improve your recruitment
Casey Dell Otto, Manager, Digital Fundraising, The ALS Association
Casey Dell Otto is the Digital Fundraising Manager at The ALS Association. He focuses on telling authentic, compelling stories online and optimizing the Association’s data-driven digital strategy.
Katherine Tracy Senior Channel Coordinator, St. Louis Children’s Hospital
Katie Tracy is an experienced digital marketer who works at the intersection of nonprofit healthcare and marketing. Driven by the desire for constant improvement, she takes pride in providing the best digital marketing efforts possible. As Senior Channel Coordinator, her skills include blending technical expertise with campaign strategy to maximize marketing efforts resulting in funds raised for St. Louis Children’s Hospital Foundation.
Christopher Dingus, Client Success Manager, Hustle
Chris Dingus is a Senior Client Success Manager at Hustle and works with nonprofits, advocacy organizations, and government. WIth close to 3 years of experience at Hustle, Chris has helped clients leverage peer-to-peer texting in a wide variety of situations to deepen their engagement.
This webinar is free thanks to sponsorship by