It’s all about the “warm glow”!

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Alaska’s residents are allowed to share in the revenue the state enjoys from investments in mineral royalties. As residents apply for the money, they also get asked to donate to help Alaska. In order to determine the core message for the campaign, the residents were split into 2 groups with different copy: Option A: “Make Alaska Better” Option B: “Warm your heart (image of heart icon)” The winner?

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Cause Related Marketing

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It's all about the "warm glow"!

iMarketSmart

Alaska’s residents are allowed to share in the revenue the state enjoys from investments in mineral royalties. As residents apply for the money, they also get asked to donate to help Alaska. In order to determine the core message for the campaign, the residents were split into 2 groups with different copy: Option A: “Make Alaska Better” Option B: “Warm your heart (image of heart icon)” The winner?

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What is the Tax Choice Program?

A. Fine Blog

It is a site created by the Alaska state government to encourage Alaskans to apply for rheir PFD (Permanent Fund Dividend, not to be confused with PDF, Personal Democracy [.]. Give Alaska Well, it’s nothing yet, I just made the term up. But it could be something really interesting. Yesterday, I came across a site called, Pick. Click.

Great Opportunities for Nonprofit Marketers: Friday Futures

Getting Attention

Director of Communications and Marketing , Alaska Geographic (Anchorage, AK). Please post your nonprofit marketing position here for full-time or part-time staff, consulting or internship opportunities. New Opportunities. Associate Director of Communications , SeriousFun Children’s Network (New York, NY). Chief of Development, Communications and Public Affairs , Child Care Aware of America (Arlington, VA).

What is GOTV Anyway? An Explainer for Non-Politicos

EveryAction

From urban neighborhoods in Brooklyn to snowy rural areas in Alaska, GOTV is going on right now - and will continue until the polls close nationally. While many of you have a background in politics or organizing, there’s likely some of you scratching your head and wondering just what the heck this “GOTV” business is all about. Not to worry!

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Can Cause Marketing Start a Cultural Meme?

Cause Related Marketing

The King Salmon or Chinook is the largest species in the Pacific salmon family and in some parts of Alaska the population is weak , leading to restrictions on sport and commercial fishing in some areas of the Kenai River fishery, for instance. Moreover, there’s a natural kind of push and pull in Alaska between the sport salmon fishermen and the commercial salmon fishermen.

Writing Competition With Prize Money for Pieces On the Economy Written by Native Americans

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The national competition will distributed a total of $60,000 among three Alaska Native winners and three Native Hawaiian/Lower 48 American Indian winners ($10,000 each), with opportunities for their winning essays to be published in Native journals and magazines across the United States. The competition is open to Alaska Natives, Native Hawaiians, and American Indians of all ages. From The Foundation Center.

Friday Futures – Nonprofit Marketing Jobs – May 6, 2011

Getting Attention

11) Online Communications Director , Alaska Wilderness League , (Washington, D.C.). Thanks for sharing your positive responses on the value of these nonprofit-marketing-specific job postings. People are reading, and applying! Please post your nonprofit marketing position here for FT or PT staff, consulting or internship opportunities. NEW OPPORTUNITIES. 1) Communications Intern , Ella Baker Center for Human Rights , (Oakland, CA).

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Friday Futures – Nonprofit Marketing Jobs – May 13, 2011

Getting Attention

11) Online Communications Director , Alaska Wilderness League , (Washington, D.C.). Thanks for sharing your positive responses on the value of these nonprofit-marketing-specific job postings. People are reading, and applying! Please post your nonprofit marketing position here for FT or PT staff, consulting or internship opportunities. NEW OPPORTUNITIES. 1) Big Duck Intern (multiple opportunities), Big Duck , (Brooklyn, NY).

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How to Prep a Board Member to Be a Media Ambassador in 10 Minutes 

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

You can reassure those who doubt the 10 minute process with advice from Peter Drur, Vice President for Mission Advancement at Make-A-Wish (Alaska & Washington) and Adjunct Professor in Seattle University’s Master of Nonprofit Leadership Program, if needed. “So many times the PR staff would schedule interviews with the big names in the agency but when they sat down with us they had no idea what they were talking about.”

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Discovery into the Online Health Experience of American Indian and Alaskan Natives

SocialButterfly

In a study published this month in the Journal of Health Communication , researchers examined the use of online health information resources used by American Indians and Alaska Natives (AIAN). image courtesy of nattu. What is the main source of health information for Gen Y American Indian and Alaskan Natives? Wikipedia–and they aren’t alone.

Want More Monthly Donors? Learn to Love the Lightbox

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Alaska Wilderness League (h/t Blake Mizelle, Longleaf Digital ). Photo by Anastasiia Tarasova on Unsplash. Who doesn’t love a monthly donor? . These loyal supporters are the pillars of solid, progressive fundraising programs. They’re retained at an exceptionally high rate of 85-90 percent, compared to an average retention rate of 45 percent for all donors, according to the 2017 Fundraising Effectiveness Survey Report. And they stay longer – between five and seven years.

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Interesting Stats about Nonprofit Newsletters – and Winners!

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Jessica Cler, Alaska Center for the Environment. Thanks to all of you who took our survey this month on nonprofit newsletters. I’ve shared some of the results already in posts on how social media is influencing newsletters and how often you should send email newsletters to supporters. Here are some other interesting stats from the survey, which was completed by 419 nonprofits. Print Newsletters.

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A Turnkey Cause Marketing Promotion for Restaurants

Cause Related Marketing

When a customer buys a slice of cake, pie, a baked Alaska (see at left), or some other dessert, you make a donation of some amount to your cause partner; $1 is a nice round number. If you’re a restaurant, even in the quick-service category, it’s hard to imagine a transactional cause marketing campaign you could launch more easily or quickly than a dessert promotion.

#SOCIALNETWORKS: Unifying Your Strategy By Diversifying These 5 Key Points

Non Profit Marketing 360

The Wal-Mart of Kodiak Alaska received over 60,000 ‘Likes’ for a store that serves some 6000 islanders and periodic waves of outdoorspeople. Want to banish Pitbull to Alaska? Click to Enlarge. As we move into the second half of 2012, especially into planning for the fund-raising campaigns of the holiday season, nonprofits also should do a checkup on the face they are presenting on their social networks.

Day in the Life of a Nonprofit Communicator – Michelle Scharlock

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Michelle Scharlock is the Communications Manager for the Ronald McDonald House Charities® of Western Washington & Alaska. Inevitably, I will check the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Western Washington & Alaska page and see if there are new comments or messages which need replies. Michelle Scharlock. Here’s the latest installment in our series on the “Day in the Life” of nonprofit communicators, where we ask you to describe your day in your own words.

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Three Ways to Humanize Your Nonprofit’s Social Media Outreach

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

“If you can show the work that you’re doing and the people you’re serving, even if it’s not in a mud pit somewhere in Alaska but at your desk, that can be really helpful (Credit: United Way, Source: Peter Panepento/The Chronicle of Philanthropy). Social media is a fantastic tool to make your presence known online. But are you using it correctly?

Grants for Organizations, Designers, Artists, Etc. Working With Local and National Partners to Transform/Impact Community Vibrancy

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Paul, as well as communities in Alaska, Arizona, California, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Washington, and Wisconsin. From The Foundation Center. [If If you are interested in this grant opportunity, click "Link to Complete RFP" at the end of this blog post for more information].

Grants for People, Organizations, & Agencies Working To Create Sustainable Fisheries In the United States

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the Gulf of Mexico, the Pacific Coast, and Alaska. From The Foundation Center. [If If you are interested in more information on this grant opportunity, click "Link To Complete RFP" at the end of this blog post].

6 STEPPS to viral success for your cause

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

Examples: Ben & Jerry’s went to congress with a 900 Pound Baked Alaska to protest drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. by Kate Olsen, VP of Strategic Projects at Network for Good @Kate4Good. Fellow cause marketers, wouldn’t you like a dollar for every time someone told you to ‘make it go viral?’ The beauty and frustration of virality is that you never know what will catch on.

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Three Fundraising Lessons from a 365-Day Experiment

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

I have supported Defenders of Wildlife’s important work to protect the Alaska National Wildlife Refuge for years and will continue to do so. When Marta Lindsey, the communications and development director at TransForm , told me about her experiment to see what she could learn about fundraising from all the charity solicitations that arrived in her mailbox over one year, I immediately asked if she would share the story with you. Here’s Marta’s account of what she learned.

Grants for Nonprofits Providing Job Skills and Continuing Education to People Re-Entering the Workforce

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Please note that the foundation will not make contributions to support public schools without 501(c)(3) status or organizations located in Alaska or Hawaii. From The Foundation Center. Staples Foundation for Learning Supports Job Skills and Education Programs Deadline: October 24, 2008 The mission of Staples Foundation for Learning ( [link] ) is to provide funding to programs that support or provide job skills and/or education for all people, with a special emphasis on disadvantaged youth.

Rhode Island Fairs

Fundraising Breakthroughs

It is also very easy for a child's education, then you should go to a settlement package an initial demand for settlement of the rockville rhode island is one of America's finest colonial artists as well as violating the alaska rhode island and rules of probation. This may or may not offer reimbursements in the fire rhode island. Senior tourists and large conferences are much quicker than full hearings requiring movement within the rhode island fairs be heard.

Saying Thanks Even When It’s Inconvenient or Time-Consuming

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Your support helps NPR provide Morning Edition, All Things Considered, Talk of the Nation, Car Talk, News & Notes, From the Top and other news and cultural programming to listeners from Alaska to Florida and many countries overseas. Wow - yesterday’s post about thank you notes and the lack thereof got the conversation started! Thanks to everyone who took the time to add some thoughts to the debate.

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Grants for Technology Projects Reducing Entanglement in Oceans Or Other Research Or Projects Reducing Marine Debris

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Priority activity areas include Alaska, the Hawaiian Islands, Puget Sound, the Gulf of Mexico, Chesapeake Bay, Southeast Florida (Atlantic), and NOAA's National Marine Sanctuaries. From The Foundation Center.

What Value Added Can Nonprofits Offer in This Economy to Current and Potential New Donors?

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The Support Program funds 200 different credentialed aquariums across the United States, a minimum of one in each state (including, Puerto Rico, Guam, Hawaii, and Alaska), funding research on 200 different starfish species' preferences in captivity to ensure a higher quality of life and longevity for future captive starfish. These days, all kinds of businesses, including the nonprofit sector, are having to figure out how to both keep current revenue streams while increasing them.

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What About That Other Nonprofit, In Town, That's Similar To Us?

Seeking Grant Money Today

Save America's Starfish works to preserve all species of starfish that live in or near the United States including Guam, American Samoa, Puerto Rico, Hawaii, and Alaska. Often, it's the case, that no matter what cause your nonprofit is serving, there will be another nonprofit, not too far away, who does similar work as yours'. What about that?