Strategic communications and fundraising consulting (and training )for nonprofits. Improve donor acquisition and retention with smarter digital marketing.
Change the world with smarter marketing.
John Haydon has helped hundreds of nonprofits achieve their best ever online communications results. He is also the author of Facebook Marketing for Dummies.
Successes include launching one of the first Tweetsgiving, helping the Ellie Fund win a national online fundraising contest ($54,000 in 24-hours), helping Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity raise over $350 during GiveMN 2013, and helping Komen Greater NYC increase their online fundraising results by 25% in one year.
What customers are saying:
“John’s coaching gave us the skills and tools we needed to almost triple our year-end on-line giving.” - Linda Tantawi, Susan G. Komen Greater NYC
"The best web developer/creative consultant we've had the pleasure to work with. John's infectious can-do attitude, enthusiastic support of our goals, and creative problem-solving make him a joy to work with. His kind consideration in teaching us the ropes as well has been nothing short of perfection!” - Julie Nation, The Ellie Fund
"John has dedicated his brain, his heart and his soul to making this world we all work in a better place by helping those who need it the most. I was thrilled to get the chance to work with him and share our knowledge, and I hope to do it again soon!" - John Lepp, Agents of Good
"What I didn’t expect was someone who would invest a lot of time to really understand us, learn about our challenges and really engage at a gut level with what we were trying to do." - Jeff Wiedner, Share Our Strength
"I chose John to cultivate the community for our most significant social media undertaking to date because I believe wholeheartedly that there is no better man for the job." - Stacey Monk, Epic Change
"John cares deeply about the non-profits he works with, and sincerely wants to make your organization even more successful." - Anita Burroughs, Founder of NH PetSave
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