Rob Webb Shares His Experiences And Pono On WOWSA Live

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Long Beach (California) waterman Rob Webb has spent over 30 years helping raise money and awareness for a multitude of causes.

Known as the Voice of Long Beach on the Southern California mainland, Webb moved to Maui and continues his philanthropic activities. He announced races from the Pan Pacific Swimming Championships and the USA Swimming National Open Water Swimming Championships to Swim Across America events and Beach Water Polo Cup, the largest open water water polo tournament in the world.

Webb, a founding member of the Aquatic Capital of America, discussed his current role as a fund-raiser and high impact campaign consultant and his upcoming fundraising webinar on November 17th (11 am Hawaii time, 1 pm California time, 4 pm New York time) at Non-profit Campaigns on today’s WOWSA Live.

During the interview, Webb talked about the concept of pono, a Hawaiian word for righteousness and the advantages of being positive and passionate about your chosen cause and charity.

For more information about Webb’s Non-profit Campaigns, visit nonprofitcampaigns.com. Nonprofit Campaigns is dedicated to inspiring nonprofit organization professionals and volunteers to create a culture of increased philanthropy. Its offers online training courses and consulting services that dramatically shift fundraising paradigms and inspire successful campaign leaders worldwide.

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