Not long ago, accepting cryptocurrency donations seemed like a pretty fringe fundraising offering. But if you’ve been following the news, cryptocurrency is here and is making some serious impact at more and more nonprofit organizations.

Is fundraising on the blockchain a good idea for your organization? Where do you even start to find out more about it?

This virtual learning event will be an excellent place to begin. Bring your questions and join your host, Amy DeVita of TopNonprofits. She’ll pose your burning questions surrounding cryptocurrency, NFTs, and blockchain to experts from DoinGud and The Giving Block.

Registration is free, but spots are limited. Save your spot today

About the experts:

Duke Kim
Head of Crypto Partnerships @The Giving Block
With a background spanning the traditional and crypto capital markets spectrum—sales & trading, regulatory consulting, and fintech sales—Duke is eager to align his personal and professional passions. He now seeks to activate the network of leading crypto organizations look-ing to support charitable causes while driving crypto adoption. Originally a Texas native, Duke, his wife, and two daughters now call Florida home after having survived 15 New York winters. duke@thegivingblock.com https://www.linkedin.com/in/thedukekim/ https://twitter.com/thedukekim
Michael Sullivan
Nonprofit Partnerships Manager @The Giving Block
Michael Sullivan manages The Giving Block’s partnerships with nonprofit technology and ser-vice providers. He has experience on the front lines of the nonprofit industry from his time as a youth worker and he brings a wealth of experience in supporting the tech stacks which power the nonprofit industry after five years in various roles at Blackbaud. Michael serves on the board of Intuit: The Center for Intuitive and Outsider Art in Chicago where he lives. He is also a member of the all-volunteer workforce at NeighborShare, a new nonprofit raising funds for di-rect community needs. michael.sullivan@thegivingblock.com https://www.linkedin.com/in/mjpsullivan/
Wendy Feher
Steward, Nonprofit Relations @DoinGud
Wendy has worked with senior executives of global organizations to transform their leadership, culture, and organizations. Her field of expertise is in working with leadership and organizations to build their own bridges from legacy to leading edge by identifying blockers and sparking new ways of thinking, doing and being. Operational outcomes include accelerating change, speed of innovation and increased consultative sales capacity. Wendy is collaborative, inclusive, and positive. Her client solutions often challenge convention and create new pathways that deliver results and exceed expectations. Sectors of experience include media, entertainment, financial services, metals/mining, start-ups, and world-class service organisations. Wendy worked at USA Today and Yahoo in their early years. She has for many years consulted to start-start-ups and social enterprises. She has a BA from Brandeis University and MBA from Kellogg Graduate School of Management
Rebecca Stokes
Director of Nonprofit Relations and Partnerships @DoinGud
Rebecca is passionate about delivering impact in a wide range of areas. Outside of DoinGud, she works with a variety of impact projects and nonprofits. She was the Global Support Centre manager with Cameroon-based NGO Social Development International coordinating PPE delivery, health, well-being and education initiatives and now is the Associate Director of Development and Communications for Peacebuilding Solutions, an Atlanta-based nonprofit working to support refugees and revolutionise the humanitarian aid system. Additionally, Rebecca is a digital mapper for the Tanzania Development Trust mapping rural Tanzania to aid the work of local anti-FGM activists. She is also a crisis line operator with the mental health charity Shout! UK and a marketing support officer for the environmental NGO Become Carbon Negative. Rebecca has a Bachelor’s degree in English Literature, English Linguistics Studies and Politics.

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