2009-06-10 11:02:34.000 – Cara Rudio,  Marketing and Communications Coordinator


Calling all Seek the Peak hikers! Having trouble fund raising? Worried you’re not going to make the $100 minimum to get your goodie bag? Fear not: we’re holding a free, interactive webinar tonight at 7 p.m. to teach you how to go about soliciting pledges. Register now for ‘Seek the Peak Fund raising 101: How to Take Your Fund raising to New Heights’.

This free, 30-minute seminar will begin by reviewing the basics of Mount Washington and the Observatory, giving you simple, concise talking points to use when approaching potential donors. Then, we’ll dive into the heart of fund raising, discussing tactics and messaging for effective, high-yielding appeals. Learn what has worked for past Seek the Peak participants, and join the discussion in a live Q&A session at the end. You’ll leave with clear directions and the tools you need to get those pledges.

Don’t worry if you’ve never taken a webinar before; all you need is a web browser (like Internet Explorer, Firefox or Safari) and a telephone. It’s quick, easy, and free!

Register now – you’ve got nothing to lose! (Except, perhaps, your shot at winning that new Subaru!)

See you tonight!


Cara Rudio,  Marketing and Communications Coordinator

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