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The CEO is the Only One Who Can Build Your Nonprofit Community

Discover the transformative role of mission communities in enhancing donor trust, retention, and acquisition. Dive deep into the psychology of donors and understand the crucial connection between community engagement and their trust-building process.

Join our esteemed panel of nonprofit experts: Courtney Bugler, President & CEO of ZERO Prostate Cancer; Katrina VanHuss, Chair & Founder of Turnkey; Otis Fulton, VP Psychological Strategy at Turnkey; Meghan Dankovich, CEO of Charity Dynamics, as they provide invaluable insights on how your nonprofit can effectively leverage the power of communities to foster trust, motivate action, and ensure long-term supporter retention as well as add insight to:

  1. The essential relationship between community engagement and the establishment of trust.
  2. Insights into the self-validation feedback loop and its impact on donor behavior.
  3. Strategies for leveraging communities to drive donor retention and acquisition.
  4. Why the CEO must make the “Community” decision.

Nonprofit supporters seek more than just a cause; they seek a reflection of their identity. In a community, they find individuals who resonate with this shared identity, leading to powerful community engagement. This engagement acts as a flywheel. With each rotation, it intensifies, building trust in the environment, the idea, and most importantly, among its people. Trust is the cornerstone that inspires behavior, whether it’s donating, volunteering, or fundraising. As long as one remains within this validating cycle, retention is assured. And today, communities absolutely require an online element.

Join us for this enlightening session and learn how your nonprofit can effectively harness the power of communities to cultivate trust, inspire action, and retain supporters for the long haul.


Courtney Bugler, CFRE

President & CEO

ZERO Prostate Cancer

Katrina VanHuss

Chair & Founder


Meghan Dankovich


Charity Dynamics

Otis Fulton, PHD

VP of Psychological Strategy