About this event
Nonprofits rely on supporters to fulfill their missions. While monetary support is what many of us will think of first, it is just one of the many ways supporters can engage with your nonprofit. Hear from the industry experts on this panel and learn more about how providing different avenues for support can improve your donor engagement, build relationships, lead to new donors, and strengthen your nonprofit overall.
John Bromley grew up with charity at the core of his family’s values. He started his career in corporate finance working with PwC and RBC Capital Markets. He then went to work with one of the world’s foremost experts in charity law, his father Blake Bromley. After developing an in-depth understanding of the complex world underpinning the charity sector, John recognized a need to make giving more accessible and more effective. He saw that while wanting to help others comes naturally, knowing how to make a difference through charitable giving does not. With that in mind, John went on to launch Charitable Impact. He has spoken at TEDx and was named one of Business in Vancouver’s 40 under 40.
Mackenzie is a Partnership Success Specialist at Double the Donation, the leading provider of matching gift automation software. With a Master of Marketing degree, she understands the importance of nailing messaging and creating cohesive campaigns that resonate with audiences. Through her role, Mackenzie works with fundraising technology companies to help nonprofits and educational institutions leverage the power of corporate matching gifts.
Alex is the Co-Founder of The Giving Block, a Shift4 company. The Giving Block is the leading Crypto Philanthropy platform that makes accepting and fundraising cryptocurrencies easy for nonprofits and empowers donors to give crypto to their favorite causes. He oversees The Giving Block’s growth in several areas, including technological innovation, crypto and financial partnerships and institutional giving.
His background is in management consulting, where he worked with Fortune 500 companies to develop strategies for emerging technologies like AI, IoT, blockchain, and cryptocurrency. As he went down the cryptocurrency rabbit hole, he and his co-founder, Pat Duffy, discovered a need for nonprofits to tap into the growing crypto donor demographic.
Alex graduated from Wake Forest University School of Business, with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business and Enterprise Management and a concentration in International Business. Due to his unique expertise in Crypto Philanthropy, Alex has been featured in numerous publications including Forbes, USA Today, Bloomberg to name a few. He was also recognized as Forbes 30 Under 30 for Social Impact in 2021.
Melissa is the VP of Marketing and Strategy at DipJar where she is responsible for building the company’s public outreach and brand relationships, including overseeing a growing social presence and sales partnership profile.
She worked extensively with nonprofit organizations prior to joining the DipJar team. Through her work, Melissa has gained extensive knowledge of the nonprofit sector, experience that enables her to understand nonprofit organizations and their needs.
While we firmly believe that anyone in the nonprofit sector could benefit from thinking about donation alternatives, fundraising team members and nonprofit leaders will find this panel the most pertinent.
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