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Making Your Nonprofit Website Great
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When: Wednesday, December 13, 2017
9 a.m. - noon
Where: Rollins College Olin Library Teaching Lab
SunTrust Parking Garage
150 East Lyman Avenue
Winter Park, Florida  32789
United States

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Your nonprofit website is the first-stop for your clients and supporters.  This cyber-hub has the potential to move your donors to donate, stir the curiosity and interest of the public, and connect those in need to the help you provide. How’s your website doing?

Come in for an interactive workshop where we will look at the elements of great nonprofit websites and take some time to explore your own. Your website design can directly affect your online fundraising efforts and is vital to raising awareness, credibility, and trust.

You will leave with:

  • Key elements of a great nonprofit website
  • How to test your website for usability
  • A personal plan to take your website from good to great

Cost: $80 members, $160 non-members

Instructors: Min Sun Kim, Program Manager, Edyth Bush Institute for Philanthropy & Nonprofit Leadership

Min Sun Kim is the Program Manager at the Edyth Bush Institute, and is responsible for overseeing programs in the following areas: fundraising, marketing, advocacy, social media, technology, financial management, and volunteer management. She additionally oversees the Central Florida Compensation and Benefits Survey, the Grant Professional Affinity Group, and the newest program, Successful Start: Bootcamp for New Nonprofit Executive Directors.


Throughout her career, Min has joined organizations, both nonprofit and for-profit, during transitional periods. Her keen eye for details, fresh outlook to improve or maintain current processes, and her ability to bring a diverse team together, has moved organizations towards positive change and a unified brand. She is a proud graduate from the University of Central Florida and offers over 9 years of experience working in the high school classroom, a revolutionary healthcare technology company, and the nonprofit sector.

Her nonprofit experience, while at Harbor House and the Assistance Fund, includes overseeing key annual events, serving as the in-house marketing department, working on a team to develop the nationally recognized R3 app, managing logistics of capital campaigns, stewarding donors, and being a key team player for both the marketing and development departments.

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