YOU! Nonprofit Communications Jobs

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Communication and Digital Content Manager Global Green USA (Santa Monica, CA). Communications Director Americans for Tax Fairness (Washington, D.C.). Communications Director In Defense of Animals. Communications & Event Coordinator PT The FACES Foundation (Detroit, MI).

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Opportunity! Nonprofit Communications Jobs

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Account Coordinator, Digital Fenton Communications (Washington, DC). Client Support Specialist & Director of Account Sales Engaging Networks (Washington, DC). Communications Associate, Religion and Global Attitudes Pew Research Center (Washington, DC).

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YOU! Nonprofit Communications Jobs

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Communications Assistant , Charles Stewart Mott Foundation (Flint, MI). Communications Counselor , Full Court Press Communications (Oakland, CA). Communications Manager , Association for Frontotemporal Degeneration (Radnor, PA). Communications Manager , Lincoln Land Institute (Cambridge, MA). Communications Manager , Young Women’s Leadership Network (New York, NY). Director of Communications and Marketing , Welcoming America (Decatur, GA).

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Nonprofit Disaster Communications Done Right (Case Study)

Getting Attention

Here’s the hot-off-the-presses story I just received from Leili Khalessi, Communications Manager at Red Rover. Leili and her communications team started sharing these resources for tornado victims even before the weather hit and are continuing to share guidance and support.

Mixed Links for Nonprofit Communicators

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Network for Good talks about Major Gift Fundraising for the Small Shop. Starts Apr 16: Nonprofit Marketing Accelerator – Updating your Community: How to Get Great Results from Your E-Newsletters and Social Media.

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Ooh! Aah! Jobs for Nonprofit Communicators

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Change Communications Specialist and Employee Communications Specialist Howard Hughes Medical Institute (Chevy Chase, MD). Chief Communications Director Nurse-Family Partnership (Denver, CO). Communications Coordinator Bright Focus Foundation. Communications Coordinator New England Foundation for the Arts (Boston, MA). Communications Director Union Presbyterian Seminary (Richmond, VA). Communications Intern Institute for Policy Studies (Washington, D.C.).

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How to Communicate In The Midst Of Tragedy: 9-Step Checklist

Getting Attention

to the questions, worries and just totally-wrong communications I’ve seen going out since the bombings yesterday afternoon. Your network counts on your work to carry our world to a better place. What’s top of mind for your network is the only lens that matters, now more than ever.

Day in the Life of a Nonprofit Communicator – Jennifer Starkey

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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. Don’t be shy – tell us what you do in a typical day as a nonprofit communications pro. . Jennifer Starkey.

A word from The Networked Nonprofit: People are partners, not ATMs!

Wild Woman Fundraising

The Networked Nonprofit is a book by Allison Fine and Beth Kanter , which you should really go buy, okay? This story is from the Networked Nonprofit. The WildlifeDirect blogs enable individual donors around the world to communicate directly with the people that they are funding.

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Blending Marketing and Fundraising into Community Engagement Teams

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Layla Fry, director of communications for Southwest Key Programs , emailed me this question: “My organization is interested in merging the now separate functions of fundraising and communications into a ‘Community Engagement Team’ as you recommended in your book.

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Board Members: Your Communication Kings & Queens

Getting Attention

Guest blogger Susan Bowie is the Director of Nonprofit Strategy at the Community Foundation of Sarasota County. She’s a passionate and talented force for good, helping organizations in the region develop their nonprofit marketing finesse.

“Networked Individualism”

The Agitator

Lee Rainie and Barry Wellman have written an important new book called Networked: The New Social Operating System. Networked explores the convergence of three technologies — broadband, mobile connectivity, and social networking — and consumer adaptation to them.

#Social Networking: Netflix Losing Control of Social-Network Goodwill

Non Profit Marketing 360

The draw of the story about the media-streaming service raising its rates by over 60% earlier this week (a raise that will not have an impact on current subscribers until the fall) is how Netflix’s subscribers jumped all over the service via their social networks and Facebook.

Yours? Nonprofit Communications Jobs

Getting Attention

Assistant Vice President, Public Relations & Communications Easter Seals (Chicago, IL). Associate, Knowledge & Communications Northern California Grantmakers (San Francisco, CA). Bilingual Communications Manager KIPP Austin. Communications Strategist ACLU (New York, NY).

Community First, Monetize Later

The Agitator

If you go in looking to engage, interact and build up a community of people who are interested in your mission/brand, then down the road you have a better chance of successfully running a fundraising campaign.” How will you help your community? What are the guidelines for your community manager? communications Don't Miss these Posts marketing metrics nonprofit management nonprofits online activism online advocacy online fundraising social networking

How to measure ROI of social media? Book Review: Measuring The Networked Nonprofit

Wild Woman Fundraising

Beth Kanter and Katie Paine’s new book, Measuring the Networked Nonprofit, helps you answer that question. The first thing you should probably do is read Beth Kanter’s first book, The Networked Nonprofit. The next book, Measuring the Networked nonprofit, ALSO has a wiki.

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Natural Helper Networks in Community Social Marketing Programs

Social Marketing and Social Change

"The notion of using volunteers or, more generally, natural helper networks, is a popular method in advocacy and social cause campaigns but seems woefully neglected by many social marketers. Natural helper models to enhance a community’s health and competence.

Communicate NOW on Govt. Shutdown Impact (Case Study)

Getting Attention

But it’s an imperative to jump on these opportunities communications-wise if 1) your issue or services are likely to be directly effected and/or 2) you can newsjack this top-of-mind story to bring attention to your issue or cause (and that’s many of us).

Nonprofit Communicators Photo-A-Day Challenge! #NPCommPix

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I thought it would be fun to create one especially for our community, so I teamed up with Dawn Crawford from BC/DC Ideas , a friend, Instagram junkie, and fellow geek and transplant to North Carolina, to create the Nonprofit Communicators Photo-A-Day Challenge, or #NPCommPix.

Day in the Life of a Nonprofit Communicator – Lauren Lawson-Zilai

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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. . Tell us what you do in a typical day as a nonprofit communications pro. Day in the Life Nonprofit Communications

How to Compete for a Chase Community Giving Grant*

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

Chase Community Giving is back for a fifth season. For the Fall 2012 Chase Community Giving program, Chase is calling for nonprofit nominations from customers and employees through July 9. What would your nonprofit do with a grant from Chase Community Giving?

#MixedLinks for Nonprofit Communicators – #15NTC Style

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Find real world examples and advice to create Online Communities That Inspire Action and Generate Results. Can’t quite make fundraising on social networks work yet? Marlene Oliveira shared How to Run Twitter Chats that Create and Connect Communities.

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#SOCIALNETWORKS: StumbleUpon An Early & Still Independent Social Network Web Searcher

Non Profit Marketing 360

Creating social networks before anyone knew what they were. Like any network of peers, colleagues, browsers… you tend to get out what you put in.

#HOWTO: Setup A (Free) Scoop.it Magazine For Your Community

Non Profit Marketing 360

bookmarklet, and the browser offers you a sidebar to prepare your Tweet and/or Facebook post (or whatever other social networks you connected your account to). We introduced Scoop.it

#SOCIALMEDIA: Rise Of Micro-Networks Might Reconfigure Social Outreach

Non Profit Marketing 360

Online social networking is all about the sharing, even sharing stuff you wished the rest of the world didn’t see. The opportunities for outreach are expanded exponentially through a social network like Twitter or a blogging site like Tumblr.

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Bring Your Experience to Your Community (Case Study: Curtis Institute)

Getting Attention

Historically, the school has done a great job opening itself up to the community (and building a strong base of support) via frequent free or low-charge concerts at Curtis and other cultural venues throughout the city.

#MixedLinks for Nonprofit Communicators

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NTEN is conducting its 9th annual Nonprofit Technology Staffing and Investments survey in order to provide benchmarks and data regarding technology decisions and practices among the nonprofit community. Mixed Links Nonprofit Communications

#Development: Jumo And Good.is Join To Create Largest Nonprofit Network

Non Profit Marketing 360

We have followed the development of the Jumo website and network over the last year or so, and that organization has recently announced a development ‘merger’ with Good.is that will make it/them arguably the largest nonprofit socially-conscious network around.

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Mixed Links for Nonprofit Communicators

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In other fundraising news, Network for Good has some good insights based of a new study by Pew on mobile giving. Mixed Links Nonprofit CommunicationsHappy Friday! Join me for some Mixed Links. Let’s start with some free webinars.

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Mixed Links for Nonprofit Communicators

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If you aren’t a member of the Nonprofit Technology Network , you are missing out. From Twitter to Google Docs to PayPal, see how Epic Change handled their ToMamaWithLove fundraising campaign in Amy Sample Ward’s insightful Case Study: Tools for Community Engagement.

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Peer-to-Peer Fundraising Communications: 5 Mistakes You’re Making (And How to Fix Them!)

J Campbell Social Marketing

As more and more nonprofits find ways to incorporate P2P into their fundraising strategies, it’s become a little tougher to stand out among the crowd — a nd more important to make your communications spot on, every time. Community service opportunity sign-ups.

Data on the Safety of Health Social Network Sites

Social Marketing and Social Change

Everyone has an opinion about the veracity, safety and privacy of health information on social network sites (SNS); now we have some data.

How Nonprofits Can Use Facebook Groups

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As the community engagement manager at Nonprofit Marketing Guide.com, I have set up a lot of Facebook Groups, and unlike some other changes Facebook has made that people find annoying, the latest updates have made Groups even more functional. Community Photo by BigStock.

Day in the Life of a Nonprofit Communicator – Kim Rescate

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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. Kim works in communications at Alliance San Diego , but hopes it leads to a recurring role in Doctor Who, or Lost Girl.

#COMMUNICATIONS: Is Your Organization Moving At The Speed Of Mobile?

Non Profit Marketing 360

Convivio and The Network for Good have released a report that shows that appeals via texting are improving , and they suggest ways to expand use of the cellular medium for even smaller nonprofits.

Use the Power of Pokémon Go for Good (and Have Some Fun)

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But for the most part, people are focusing on how fun it is and how it’s making them exercise more and meet other people in their communities. Creative Ideas Nonprofit Communications Social Networking

BOOKMARK THIS: Big List of Twitter Chats for Nonprofits (Chat Tools, Too!)

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There are many good reasons for nonprofit communicators to participate in a Twitter chat: Meet high-quality contacts to follow. Chances are no matter what you do, and no matter which sector your cause represents (health, animals, justice, community benefit, etc.),

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Social lipstick on a network pig: 4 ways your online efforts can go awry

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

The simple answer is to first know your audience, how it communicates, and how its members interact with each other and with organizations they support. Do you want to communicate with 40-somethings?

50+ Nonprofit Instagram Accounts You Should Follow Right Now

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All day we’ll be sharing a variety of photos from our community of trail lovers (that’s you!), Nonprofit Communications Photography Social Networking Looking for some good examples of nonprofits on Instagram? Grab your phone and get inspired. ANIMAL RIGHTS.

Membership 2.0: A Socially Networked Museum Membership

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Membership organizations looking for ways to entice constituents who have demonstrated an interest in their organization but haven't made the commitment to join are sure to find inspiration from the Brooklyn Museum , which recently launched a socially networked museum membership called 1stfans. William Cary: 1stfans is the first socially networked museum membership. They communicate with us constantly, and vice versa.