ENCC UK 2022 Highlights

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In May we hosted our two-day Engaging Networks Community Conference in London. The hybrid event brought together people from around the world to learn, share and connect. 

ENCC UK 2022 was an opportunity to bring together our clients, partners and staff to listen to inspiring sessions, case studies, product workshop and panels to hear how leading nonprofits are using our tools to successfully raise more money and win more campaigns.

With 21 awesome sessions and workshops over the two days, we couldn’t possibly cover them all in this blog post. So we’ve picked out a few highlights. You can access all of the sessions on our website.

From a standing start: building a digital operation

Refuge

Anna Chowcat, Digital Manager at Refuge shared how the charity went from a small and reactive programme to harnessing a vast online feminist movement that changes laws and helps protects survivors of domestic abuse.

Implementing mobile wallets

The Children’s Society

In 2022, The Children’s Society launched digital wallet payment methods (Apple Pay, Google Pay and PayPal One Touch) to their pages. Matt Summers-Sparks, Developer at The Children’s Society shared the process they went through – from making the case to add these buttons, their internal review process, development, implementation, testing, launch and monitoring.

Read how The Children’s Society implemented digital wallets and the results so far

Engaging campaigners in government consultations

MS Society

When the Government published its Health and Disability Green Paper last summer, the MS Society knew it was a key opportunity for their community to be heard on the changes needed to disability benefits – but these consultations aren’t often the most accessible or enticing. 

Angharad Hopkinson, Senior Campaigns Officer at MS Society, shared how they adapted their Email to Target pages to empower their campaigners to share their views directly on the most pressing questions, while also informing the client’s own response to the consultation.

Spotify Wrapped for charity supporters

Refugee Action and Root to Branch 

Glyn Thomas of Root to Branch and Hannah Winter of Refugee Action gave us an in-depth look at their collaboration on ‘Year In Review’ – a Spotify Wrapped-style supporter engagement tool. The tool used Engaging Networks data to give each user a personalised look at their year of support for Refugee Action, covering donations, campaign actions, engagement with events and more. 

Read more about Refugee Action’s A year in Review on our website. 

How Dignity in Dying harnessed agile working to recruit 1,000 new members

Dignity in Dying & Forward Action

A key goal for Dignity in Dying was to build up their base of members – people who support them regularly, and are committed to their long-term mission to change the law on assisted dying. In this session, they shared how Forward Action and Dignity in Dying used Engaging Networks’ donation, landing page and email functionality to turbocharge their membership recruitment in 2021, resulting in 1,000 new members and £35,000 of income in just the first year. 

Read the case study of how Dignity in Dying recruited 1,000 new members through Agile ways of working. 

Improving data processes & optimising digital fundraising with the Salesforce connector

War on Want 

War on Want shared how they use, and are planning to use, the Engaging Networks Salesforce connector to simplify and automate their data flows and processes, optimise their digital fundraising and improve their data integrity and supporter experience.

Making SENSE of your data

SENSE and Actually Data

Sense and Actually Data explored the integration that is being set-up between Raiser’s Edge and Engaging Networks, which Sense are using as their online fundraising solution.  

How we transformed our cash welcome journey

St Mungo’s

Georgina Rawes, Digital Content Coordinator at St Mungo’s shares how, over the last two years,  they brought in marketing automated tailored journeys for their new Cash and Regular Giving supporters.This has vastly improved engagement and increased revenue. Georgina talks through how they used split testing to continue to adapt and improve the email journey.

Read the case study of how St Mungo’s saw an 180% increase in revenue through an innovative email journey.

Sound Exciting?

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