GREATER GOOD STRATEGY: The Do's & Don'ts of Fundraising Strategy

A CONVERSATION WITH founder and CEO, Emily Goodstein
December 10, 2021

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Emily Goodstein

About Emily Goodstein

Founder and CEO
Greater Good Strategy

Emily P. Goodstein combines her love of digital media with her extensive grassroots organizing background to help clients scale quickly and sustainably. Emily’s work helps organizations fulfill their missions, leveraging a multichannel approach to meld offline and online tools, including social media strategy, web and email outreach, fundraising, user experience consulting, and content marketing.

Emily has been featured on NPR and WTOP, in the Washington Post, the Washington Jewish Week and Washingtonian and on DCist, Apartment Therapy and the Huffington Post. She is a graduate of Selah, the Rockwood Leadership Training Program’s collaboration with Bend the Arc, an active member of the Women’s Information Network, Sixth & I Synagogue, and the Jewish Democratic Council’s NextGen Leadership Council. In 2021, she became a founding member of the Statecraft Collective.

Episode Summary

Welcome back to another exciting episode of Tips with Salsa!

Today we are talking with Emily Goodstein, she is the founder and CEO of Greater Good Strategy. On this episode, we talk with Emily about the do's and the don'ts of fundraising strategy. Emily will share tips and practices that make Giving Tuesday and Facebook fundraising more successful.

It's a fantastic episode and we cannot wait for you to listen in!

About Greater Good Strategy

Greater Good Strategy

Greater Good Strategy helps organizations and good-for-the-world companies thrive online. We believe in the power of technology and people, we root for the underdog.

Our team of 50+ expert consultants specialize in research, fundraising strategy, content creation, project management, graphic design, digital analysis and more. We wear our politics on our sleeves, and we’re personally invested in the success of our clients. Oh, and we never shy away from a Prince dance party.

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