Raise Money NOW with Virtual Events & Donor Love!

Nonprofit Training

Are you worried about having enough money to keep your nonprofit afloat now that you’ve had to cancel all your summer fundraising events? Does the idea of fundraising in a time of great uncertainty make you anxious? This workshop is for you.
In this webinar, you will:
  • Learn how the fundraising landscape is expected to change and what you can do about it
  • Tap into simple tactics to engage donors whether your programs are shut down or you’re on the front lines providing services right now
  • Get ideas of virtual events that work!
This workshop is brought to you by Yampa Valley Community Foundation in partnership with Network for Good.
Date: Wednesday, May 27th
Time: 11- 12 AM
Investment: Free

Biography of Rachel Ramjattan, CFRE

Having begun her fundraising career at age 12, Rachel Ramjattan took her almost four decades of experiences mentoring more than five hundred nonprofit organizations and put it all in a book – No More Duct Tape Fundraising: A Nonprofit Leader’s Guide to Becoming an Inspirational Fundraiser.

Recognized as an engaging storyteller, Rachel is a sought-after presenter that has spoken to fundraising and social impact audiences nationwide with one goal: Make fundraising’s best – and next – practices accessible to everyone.

Celebrated as “a fundraising coach with equal parts creativity and compassion”, Rachel is on a mission to cut through the noise, hype, and old constructs of raising money to empower anyone who has the time and determination, to fuel and finance their mission.

While she’s received many accolades, the ones she hears frequently and treasures most are, “You make fundraising simple and do-able” and “You make me feel like I can become a successful fundraiser and actually enjoy it!”

In her role as Network for Good’s National Program Director for Impact & Sustainability, Rachel works alongside more than 100 foundation partners throughout the United States to help their grantees become better fundraisers.

Rachel lives in South Florida with her family.