34: Transitioning gracefully to in-person fundraising events with AJ Steinberg (Queen Bee Fundraising)


In this brand new episode of “Events: demystified” brought to you by Tree-Fan Events, I have the honor of sharing the airwaves with the wonderful “queen bee” AJ Steinberg who will delight you with her tips and expertise in event-based fundraising as she’s set to change the world one event at the time! During today’s episode we touch on: 

👉 sponsorship strategies for events, 

👉 treating your AV production vendors as your partners “in crime” when producing successful events, 

👉 hybrid fundraising events likened to houseboats, and 

👉 fundraising tips and strategies on how to gracefully transition back to in-person events now that we’re ready to do that. 

Bring a notebook and tune into the full Podcast Episode for all the tips!


Find more about A.J. here: https://www.queenbeefundraising.com/

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