Your Event. Our Expertise.

The "Go-To" resource for promoting your events to raise more!

Event Journal, Inc.'s specialty microsites help nonprofits communicate with prospective supporters to maximize the funds raised from their major events. We provide compelling, value-added opportunities with online sponsor recognition, links to company websites and year-round exposure of online ads and logos. Our solutions increase awareness of the event with engaging content that makes it easy for participants to register, purchase sponsorships, and submit ad materials and guest information directly online.

Founded in 2002, Event Journal, Inc. originated the first online alternative to traditional printed ad journals or program books typically distributed at galas and benefits. Today, we offer event websites, email marketing, digital event presentations, social media management, design services and more; whatever is needed to tell your event story and reinforce the message. Event Journal works with large national charities and small local nonprofits in healthcare, education, social services, faith-based sectors and community organization sectors.

Our Clients

Why Choose Us?


We recognize the

budget challenges you face

and scale projects accordingly.


Our staff is highly responsive.

We are there with you

in the trenches!


We know fundraising events

inside and out.

Our solutions help you succeed.


Our specialized websites

and unique features

make event participation easy.

Connect with us.


“Event Journal, Inc. has been the ‘go to’ resource for Covenant House as its e-journal and event marketing partner for an increasing number of projects. Their team’s in-depth knowledge of how to maximize results for fundraising events has proven invaluable. I recommend Event Journal very highly!”

Kevin R. Callahan
Development Vice President
Covenant House International

“We would like to say THANKS! [Event Journal’s] hard work definitely helped the [25th Anniversary] event as a whole!”

Anan Johnson
Interactive Marketing Manager
Thurgood Marshall College Fund