6 Now-or-Never Summer Reboots

Getting Attention

Our daughter Charlotte is finishing up a blissful summer at a few different day and overnight camps. 6) Connect with peers in the field to build satisfaction and smarts: Graphic designer Julia Reich uses summertime’s slight dip in her firm’s client work to build relationships (and strategic alliances) with other nonprofit marketers. Professional Development nonprofit Nonprofit Communications nonprofit marketing sabbatical satisfaction work behind the work

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5 Ways to Stay Smart & Engaged

Getting Attention

She got me… The rain was pouring down this morning as our daughter, Charlotte, was getting ready to walk to school, so I caved and drove her. It’s the ONLY way to ensure our marketing and fundraising content is relevant, while fueling our personal satisfaction. Note the top picks designation. And I’m glad I did. Because as I dropped her off to join the gaggle of noisy, drenched kids waiting outside the middle school, I started thinking.

3 Nonprofit Marketing Skills I Learned from Aunt Frances

Getting Attention

Then she launched into the story of her older sister Jean’s breakup experience, which motivated Jean to hitchhike cross country (in the 1920s) and, subsequently, to a career in hat design and a satisfying marriage! Like the satisfaction I feel after doing my monthly stint at the local food pantry, or my husband, Sean, and daughter, Charlotte, feel after their weekly shift at the youth garden, where they grow and harvest vegetables for another food bank.

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