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Chief Marketing and Communications Officer Minnesota State Colleges and Universities (Twin Cities, MN). Chief Marketing Officer Net Impact (San Francisco, CA). Communications Associate – Online and Social Media St. Development and Communications Associate Preterm (Cleveland, OH). Digital Advocacy, Fundraising and Marketing Writer Natural Resources Defense Council (New York, NY).

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Post YOUR nonprofit marketing job here: Featuring jobs with nonprofits, grantmakers, B Corps, and vendors serving nonprofits. Communications and Marketing Coordinator Collier Youth Associates (Morganville, NJ). Communications & Marketing Coordinator Youth Policy Institute (Los Angeles, CA). Development and Marketing Coordinator Adopt A Classroom (Twin Cities, MN). Director of Development and Communications PEAC (Ypsilanti, MI).

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Please post YOUR nonprofit marketing job here: Nonprofit organizations, grantmakers, agencies and other vendors serving nonprofits and B Corps. Assistant Director, Marketing & Communications Arnold P. Associate Director, Communications and PR Concern Worldwide (New York, NY). Communications/Marketing Coordinator & Communications/Marketing Associate ACLU (New York, NY). Communications & Marketing Manager Boston Lyric Opera (Boston, MA).

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The Appeal of Franchises for Cause Marketers

Cause Related Marketing

Cause marketing is almost always directed at consumers. So in North America one place you can be all but certain to find cause marketing is at retail franchise outlet. The ten largest franchise systems, ranked according to worldwide sales volume as ranked by Franchise Times follow. It’s not surprising that consumer-oriented franchises would tend to have a cause marketing focus. But doing cause marketing campaigns with franchises ain’t always easy.