Why Nonprofits Need to Be Storytellers: NGO Success Stories, Webinar Series

Dr. Nakakande, Co-Founder of Eco-Agric Uganda, shares her insights on the importance of good storytelling and how this helped her raise $30,000 in her first year of online fundraising!


Session 2: Why Nonprofits Need to Be Storytellers

  • Introduction by Orit Strauss Raz, Co-Founder and CEO of GivingWay.

  • Dr. Nakakande on using storytelling to connect people:

  1. Positivity vs. negativity

  2. Making it personal

  3. Showing data

  4. Examples of creativeness in storytelling

  5. Where can I find inspiration?

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Key Speaker: Dr. Josephine Nakakande, Eco-Agric Uganda


Dr. Josephine Nakakande is the co-founder and executive director of Eco-Agric Uganda, a Ugandan community based NGO. In just 1 year, Josephine has managed to raise on the GivingWay platform nearly 30 thousand USD (!!!) and she wants to help out other nonprofits by sharing her learnings and tips.


You can still attend the next webinar session of "NGO Success Stories":

Meet us on Wednesday, 4:00 PM UTC, for Josephine's practical tips on how to build meaningful relationships with your supporters.

Donors are not ATMs; building meaningful relationships with supporters

October 13:

Donors are not ATMs; building meaningful relationships with supporters

Watch the full recording of past "NGO Success Stories" sessions:

Why nonprofits need to be storytellers

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