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    By Kevin Leahy • May 24, 2021

    Gravyty Brings AI for Fundraising to 2021 BBBSA National Conference

    Gravyty Brings AI for Fundraising to Big Brothers Big Sisters of America National Conference 'Bigger Together'

     

    Along with our great friends and customers at Big Sister Boston, Gravyty is honored to announce that we're returning to this year's BBBSA National Conference, BIGGER TOGETHER, to show how artificial intelligence (AI) for fundraising transforms both giving and what BBBSA staff is capable of achieving.

    We are thrilled to head back to BIGGER TOGETHER, the nation's largest youth empowering conference to continue our conversations on AI, personally engaging current and former BIGS at scale, and driving giving outcomes beyond what was thought possible.

    Join us on Wednesday, June 30 at 10:00 AM ET to hear from Erin Barfield of Big Sister Boston and Colleen Cimoch Smith of Gravyty. They'll explain how Erin and her team used AI to transition fundraising strategies during the pandemic and how they're continuing to use it today to inspire a new level of giving. 

    Erin and Colleen's session "Using AI to Shift from Event-Based to Donor-Centric Fundraising Models" will give you access to the team that reorganized event-based staff to a group of frontline fundraisers, made personalized stewardship to supporters the rule rather than the exception, engaged former BIGS at an amazing scale, and secured 314 new gifts worth $200K in just a couple of months. 

    Gravyty Brings AI for Fundraising to Big Brothers Big Sisters of America National Conference

    Title: Using AI to Shift from Event-Based to Donor-Centric Fundraising Models

    Time: Wednesday, June 30, 10:00 - 10:30 AM ET

    Speakers: Erin Barfield, Director of Development Operations at Big Sister Boston | Colleen Cimoch Smith, Customer Success Manager at Gravyty

    Description: How do you turn event-based fundraising into mission-focused fundraising? Big Sister Assoc. of Greater Boston used Artificial Intelligence to empower its team, completely shifting fundraising efforts. By reorganizing staff to frontline fundraisers, Big Sister Boston personally stewarded its supporters and focused on contributions donor segments -- like former BIGS -- could make to annual giving. BSAGB secured 314 gifts worth $200K+ in just a couple of months from "newly minted" fundraisers by engaging supporters as potential donors. Now that the world is beginning to open a bit, the team is expanding what's possible with AI. Come learn what AI for fundraising looks like and the impact it makes on giving.  

    We can't wait to see you there!

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