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We were at WeWork Dupont Circle for the launch of a new program within Swell Fundraising, also an official after-party of the 2017 Nonprofit Technology Conference. The nonprofit/tech company launched Swell Slides, the latest event tech option from Swell, a Birmingham, Ala.-based software company. The new product is designed to combine live fundraising at events with social media aggregation into a single-sourced software. We snapped Amerisourcebergen’s Mary Anderson, the IRS’s Donald Garrett, Ernst & Young’s Marjorie Broffman and Blackboard‘s Will Cultice.
The cocktail party hosted about 300 guests following the 2017 Nonprofit Technology Conference, which drew about 2,000 attendees from around the country. Here, sponsor NAHB's Michael Bezruki, R. Christopher Goodwin’s Chelsea Freeland, Young Republican National Federation's Clayton Mark Turner and Spark Influence COO Rebecca Rottenberg.
Swell Fundraising provides nonprofits with a software solution that activates event guests to raise awareness and funds from their personal online network. Swell Fundraising founder Brooke Battle is flanked by GLSEN’s Chris Tuttle and Big Duck vice president/NTEN board chair Farra Trompeter.
The innovative platform provides a new seamless expansion to traditional peer-to-peer fundraising options, so they can focus more on the good they are doing in the community. Phone2action’s Martyn Griffen and Blake Wood flank Mission Asset Fund's Chris Ferrer.