Sat.Sep 26, 2020 - Fri.Oct 02, 2020

What’s Going on at Your Desk Right Now?

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Are you on a Zoom call? Answering emails? Crossing another task off your to-do list? Eating lunch at your desk?

The worst way to start a conversation with a donor.


“Did you get the [information, brochure, or letter] I sent?” ” Has anyone really had great success starting an outreach call with this question?

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How to Give Your Donors a More Personal Online Thank You Experience

Ann Green

Many people donate online now. There’s a good reason for this. It’s usually fast and easy, or at least it should be. You may be opting for an online only year-end campaign this fall, although I do recommend mailing an appeal letter if you can.

3 Ways Your Next School Strategic Plan Can Break the Mold

Mission Minded

There is no one-size-fits-all solution to strategic planning. To inspire your community to action, you need an inspired strategic plan! The post 3 Ways Your Next School Strategic Plan Can Break the Mold appeared first on Mission Minded. Blog Independent Schools Strategic Planning

Social Media and Newsletter Ideas for October 2020

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Need some ideas for social media updates, blog posts, newsletter articles, or other content for October? Today’s post will help. These ideas come from our Monthly Nonprofit Writing Prompts email newsletter*.

Newsletter: How to Grow Your Partnership Career ; Beer Brand Honors RBG with ‘When There Are Nine’; Nonprofit Content Marketing Should Help, Not Sell

Selfish Giving

I have some exciting news to share about tomorrow's Learning Club on personal branding and social impact career growth. To bolster our expertise on the subject - especially on the social impact career growth side - we've invited a special guest to join us.

What Managing Expectations Can Look Like

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

A lot of the conversations I am having with nonprofit communications directors can be lumped under the category of “managing expectations.” ” That includes expectations from your boss and coworkers about what you do — or could do — as the communications lead.

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