Cause Marketing Jewelry that is the Bomb

Cause Related Marketing

With its efforts in Cambodia, Saught's goal is to create a sustainable model that can be exported to other post-conflict countries. Saught works with existing organizations in Cambodia to acquire the raw materials and then turn them into desirable jewelry.

Messages Matter—More than Ever

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Take Lotus Outreach International—we’d never know that this organization fights against child trafficking and exploitation, and for access to education, in Cambodia and India. ummmm…what do we do again? Ummmmm. We’ve all been there.

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Great Opportunities for Nonprofit Marketers: Friday Futures

Getting Attention

Communications and Fundraising Manager , PEPY—Promoting Education, emPowering Youth (Siem Reap province, Cambodia). Please post your nonprofit marketing position here for full-time or part-time staff, consulting or internship opportunities. New Opportunities.

Document Your Cause - Create Awareness Through Art

The Biddery Blog

Ta Prohm Temple, Angkor Wat, Cambodia 2007 During a dinner celebration for a mutual friend, I had a chance to talk to Mr. Joshua Liberman, a photographer who documents charitable causes for media awareness.

BOGO Toothbrushes

Cause Related Marketing

So far the Smile Squared toothbrushes have landed with kids in Central America, Mexico, Haiti, Kenya, Cambodia, India and the Philippines. If you sell consumables… food, drink, shoes, jeans, etc… to the public you’d be wise to think about cause marketing.

5 Summer Fundraising Ideas for Every Nonprofit

J Campbell Social Marketing

Sara began volunteering with nonprofits at an early age, including helping her hometown military community at the USO, teaching useful skills to inmates at a local jail, and traveling to Cambodia to help implement sustainable farming practices in a small village. Guest post by Sara Lowe.

Summer 175

Knock it Out of the Park

Ann Green

This update gave specific examples about how bringing beehives to Honduras, goats to women farmers in Nepal, and chickens to Cambodia is making a difference for the families and communities in those countries.

The very real danger of native eyes

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

Moving furniture, Cambodia-style. Years ago, when I was working as a journalist in Cambodia, a friend visited me in Phnom Penh. This travel blog photo’s source is TravelPod page: Phnom Penh. Photo by Eve and Nono.

The Power of Youth Philanthropy

Fundraising Breakthroughs

One New York high school student raised $57,000 to help build an elementary school in rural Cambodia. Nicholas D. Kristof writes in yesterday’s New York Times about how youth are rocking out with philanthropic endeavors. In a similar vein, two high school students in Massachusetts raised $420,000 to aid the people of Darfur. These “piggy-bank philanthropists,” as Mr. Kristof labels them, are inspiring. They demonstrate what creativity and drive can do to create real change in the world.

Youth 40

The 25 intelligent optimists of Ode

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

CARE was one of my first jobs and the need that really got me was what I saw in Cambodia and Madagascar. Ode Magazine has published a list of “25 intelligent optimists” and my hero Seth Godin (3,000 posts!) was kind enough to name me as one. You can read the article here. But more importantly, read about the other inspiring folks here. (PS PS - in the article my story is portrayed a little out of order - if only my life were that linear or logical.

2010 Predictions: Number 1 is I’ll Keep Referring You to Beth

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

If you want to say thanks, Beth is asking friends to help her send 53 students to school in Cambodia , which is where she adopted her two kids.

#INTERVIEW: Phyllis Freedman, President of SmartGiving and Author of The Planned Giving Blogger

Non Profit Marketing 360

They want to bring their grandchildren to build a Habitat for Humanity house, or to go on a trip with CARE to see their work in Haiti or Cambodia. Phyllis Freedman is President of SmartGiving and author of The Planned Giving Blogger.

What 8 out of 10 people will read - and what they won’t

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

I ended up with this: “We all have moments in life when we happen upon our calling, and mine was when I encountered a giant, smiling condom in Cambodia.&# Once upon a time, I worked at a small newspaper as a night editor and there was one task that always scared the heck out of me. It was the hardest part of the job: trying to write a snappy six word headline summarizing a complex political situation or critical news development at 2 a.m. The stakes were high.

You are a foreign correspondent

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

Like this from Madagascar and this from Cambodia.) Photo from the Guardian Weekly. This is classic Phnom Penh. Once upon a time, I lived in Africa and Asia, and that’s where I had the hardest, best job I’ve ever had.

Look at what works, not what is broken: Positive deviance and bright spots

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

In my book I wrote about Jerry Sternin from Save the Children, whom I had the honor to meet years ago when I lived in Cambodia. From SnakeCorp on Flickr. I had such a nice comment in my last post from Jim Lord. He spoke of the importance of focusing on peaks not valleys.

On a personal note: A moment that shaped me

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

I was a correspondent for Reuters in Cambodia at the time, and I covered the story. I posted this on LinkedIn this week and thought I would share it with you. I was asked to write about what inspires me. I think “inspire” is perhaps not the right word given the tragedy I describe here. It was unspeakable. This is how it has shaped me, ever since. It held the fundamental lesson of life - one I should have known but just didn’t quite get till then.