DonorPerfect Conference Tour 2020
DonorPerfect’s on the road again, coming to a city near you!


Join us for the chance to connect with your nonprofit peers, learn from experts, and uncover more ways to leverage the powerful tools of DonorPerfect to ramp up your fundraising in 2020. 


Early bird registration is now open

 New York City, NY Newport Beach, CADallas, TX

 

Registration

 

DPCNC Registration includes:

  • 2-Day access to all Track One and Track Two conference sessions and materials
  • Guided, collaborative workshops
  • Opportunity to have your questions answered by DonorPerfect’s staff and partners
  • Meaningful Networking opportunities
  • Day 1 Luncheon
  • Ticket to the official DPCNC after party
 

REGULAR ADMISSION: $595 
EARLY BIRD ADMISSION: $495 BEFORE 03/13/2020

REGISTER NOW!
Early Bird Special Offer (Save $100!) expires March 13, 2020

New York City, NY
June 8 - 9

Newport Beach, CA
August 17 - 18

Dallas, TX
September 14 - 15



“Day 1 was super informative and I feel like I learned quite a bit that I've already started utilizing back at my job.” –Ashley H.

Tracks
Stay aligned with your learning goals by selecting the training track that’s right for you.

Track One
Recommended for Database Administrator and Users


Get the most out of your database with the help of the DonorPerfect Team.


Overview of session topics:

  • Best practices for smoother daily operations
  • Tip and tricks to save you time and energy
  • Concrete examples to take home and reference
  • Tools to fulfill your mission

Track Two
Recommended for Development Director and Executives

Maximize your results with the guidance of  professional fundraising experts.


Overview of session topics:

  • Engagement and retention strategies 
  • Fine-tuning your constituent communications
  • Turning your donors into advocates
  • Connecting your tasks to your overall mission


“I liked being able to ask my questions directly to those from the company. Additionally, I liked getting the opportunity to see things that we could be doing differently with our system and in our program.” –Christopher H.