Join OMA for our February Webinar - Crowdfunding for Museums!


Every museum has fundraising goals - and "tried and true" special events, campaigns, and donors that help achieve those goals. But, what happens when the traditional fundraising activities aren't producing the results you hoped? How can museums use technology to tap into new audiences, and the philanthropic spirit of online giving?

Join OMA, February 20 as we explore how two organizations used various crowdfunding platforms and resources to great success at their organization - and how their experiences could be translated to use at your museum.

Crowdfunding for Museums - What to expect

Participants will hear from the Smithsonian National Museum of American History's Kari Fantasia and Laura Duff as they talk about their experiences using crowdfunding for the museum's campaign to restore the Ruby Slippers used in the film "The Wizard of Oz."

Then, Kimberly Kenney will talk about the McKinley Presidential Library & Museum's experience using crowdfunding to purchase Ida McKinley's Tiara after it's appearance on TV's "Pawn Stars."

This webinar is available for only $10 for OMA members ($15 for non-members), but don't delay! Registration for Crowdfunding for Museums ends February 16!

Not an OMA member yet, but want to learn more? Visit our membership page  for complete details, or contact OMA at [email protected]

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Join OMA for our February webinar, "Crowdfunding for Museums!"

Join OMA for our February Webinar!

(Please Note: You must be logged in to register)

Looking for a new way to fund raise at your museum? Has your organization thought about crowdfunding – platforms like Kickstarter or Indiegogo – but don’t know where to start?

Presenters Kari Fantasia, the Deputy Director of External Affairs at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History, Laura Duff, Communications Director for the Smithsonian’s Ruby Slippers Project, and Kimberly Kenney, Assistant Director and Curator at the McKinley Presidential Library & Museum will speak about their experiences using crowdfunding during their recent Ruby Slippers and Ida McKinley Tiara campaigns.

Learn how these organizations decided on crowdfunding, the internal processes of the campaigns, how the project was marketed to the public, outcome, lessons learned, and more.

Webinar will also include time for participant questions for the presenters.

When:  Tuesday, February 20, 2018, 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM

Where:  Online – complete webinar login details will be sent to participants after registering

Not registering online? Click to download the Workshop Registration Form, and mail or email it to: [email protected]
OMA
800 E. 17th Ave.
Columbus, OH 43211

Registration deadline: February 16, 2018

When
2/20/2018 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM