There’s a real world, too

Want to meet in real life in the next month or so? Here are a couple of chances:

I’ll be at the DMA New York Nonprofit Conference, August 24-25. I’ll be on a panel called “Top Nonprofit Bloggers Tell It Like It Is” (along with Katya Andresen, Roger Craver, Sarah Durham, and Karen Zapp) and also a session called “Lessons from Haiti: What is the Future of Text Message Fundraising.”

About a week later, I’ll be speaking at the Australasian Fundraising Forum in Sydney, September 1 and 2 — thanks to Pareto Fundraising. (Download the PDF brochure here.)

If you can be at either of these fine events, let me know.


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2 responses to “There’s a real world, too”

  1. Sydney? Do you need someone to carry your slides for you?

  2. Sydney? Do you need someone to carry your slides for you?

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