Hispanics in Philanthropy (HIPGive/http://www.hiponline.org/) has partnered with the 7th annual Hispanicize 2016 event, the largest annual gathering of Latino newsmakers and influencers, to provide 50 nonprofits serving Latino and multicultural communities with a free, half day Crowdfunding for Social Good Training on Monday, April 4th in Miami. Lunch and refreshments will be provided to attendees also courtesy of HIPGive.
To RSVP, visit https://www.eventbrite.com/e/free-crowdfunding-for-social-good-training-for-non-profit-organizations-tickets-24310353923.
The half day training will be led by HIP’s crowdfunding experts with assistance from Natasha Otero-Santiago, CEO of NOS-Communications, who will teach participants about how to add social media to their crowdfunding projects. In this workshop, HIPGive crowdfunding experts will guide participants through the step by step process of running a successful crowdfunding campaign. From coming up with an idea that will resonate with your supporters to creating buzz and excitement around it, they will give attendees the necessary tips and tools to reach their goals and fund their initiatives.
“If you’re a non-profit, this training is powerful and empowering as crowdfunding is now a mainstream way to get the financial support your causes and projects need,” said Manny Ruiz, founder of Hispanicize. “We congratulate HIP for bringing this training to the event and for making this invaluable training free for the up to 50 non-profits who sign up for it.”
The special workshop will be held on Monday, April 4th from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the satellite offices of Hispanicize Media Group at Synergy Workspaces, 2 Biscayne Blvd., Suite #3200 in downtown Miami. Reservations are on a first-come, first-serve basis exclusively for nonprofits in Florida, as well as other nonprofits that are registered to attend Hispanicize 2016. Parking cost is not covered and public transportation or Uber are recommended. For additional questions please email email@example.com.
In addition to the crowdfunding training, HIPGive will play a multi-faceted role at this year’s event that will also include participating in sessions related to crowdfunding and an exhibitor space on the main floor of Hispanicize 2016.