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Day in the Life of a Nonprofit Communicator – Elizabeth Leslie

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Elizabeth Leslie and her daughter Payton who comes to vote with her in every election. Welcome to the latest installment in our series on the “Day in the Life” of nonprofit communicators! This series lets you describe your workday in your own words.

Thanking vs. Appreciating


Mechanized thank you’s. I’ve been thinking that, perhaps, too many organizations have turned thanking into an automated obligation. They realize it’s something they’re supposed to do. So, they do it as cost-efficiently as possible.

Is Facebook Getting Rid of the News Feed? What Nonprofit Marketers Need to Know

J Campbell Social Marketing

The winds of change are blowing hard at Facebook, and the potential implications for nonprofit digital marketers are huge. To put it lightly… Facebook has been battling some significant negative press coverage lately. .

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Why you’ll want to come see us at AFP ICON


We’re heading to San Antonio. And not just for the tex-mex or a leisurely stroll along the River Walk. We’re coming to hit up the AFP ICON conference in a big way. We’re talking tee shirt giveaways, a candlelit dinner, and maybe even a selfie station

The Future of Social Media for Nonprofits? Here’s What I Think

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

I’ve been doing a ton of research and thinking about social media strategies for nonprofits, especially those of you without dedicated social media staff, ahead of the two new webinars I am teaching in April: Social Media Strategies for Nonprofits that Won’t Waste Your Time. What is most likely to work regardless of the platform or future algorithm changes? The framework above is what I am recommending and what I’ll be teaching in the webinars.

Imagine This…


Did you have a grandmother or elderly aunt, uncle or friend? I did. Imagine if I sent mine letters and emails every once in a while. Imagine that those letters and emails told her how great I was. Imagine them also telling her that I really needed money for my future. Imagine them telling her that she should give me money. Also imagine if my letters and emails told her how she should have left me money in her will because, if she didn’t do that… the IRS would get it.

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Romayne Levee Appointed as Mission Minded’s Director of Education Strategy

Mission Minded

If you’ve worked with Romayne Levee on a project you know she brings a dogged approach to ensuring Mission Minded clients. The post Romayne Levee Appointed as Mission Minded’s Director of Education Strategy appeared first on Mission Minded.

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Mixed Links for Nonprofit Communicators – March 29, 2019

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Wintzell’s Oyster House, Mobile, AL. How was your week? Good, I hope! before we dive in, I wanted to remind you today is the last day to save $200 on our Annual All-Access Pass in honor of Kivi’s 50th birthday !

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Let’s Find the Best Nonprofit Blogs

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

The quest is on to find the best nonprofit blogs. With apologies to amazing voices such as Vu Le and Beth Kanter (and the founder of Nonprofit Marketing Guide, Kivi Leroux Miller), this search doesn’t include those who write blogs about nonprofits. This is an effort to find great blogs produced by nonprofits themselves.

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SURPRISE! Save on the All-Access Training Pass for Kivi’s Birthday

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

It’s Kivi’s birthday, but you get the surprise! It’s Kivi’s 50th birthday this Sunday, and to celebrate, we are inviting YOU to join our amazing All-Access Pass Holder community (and save $200). But we’re only sharing this news with blog and newsletter readers like you! For the next 2 days (the 28th & 29th), you can save $200 off our Annual All-Access Training Pass. NO PROMO CODE NEEDED!

Why Your School Looks So Last Year

Mission Minded

One of the most effective things independent schools can do to build community, increase enrollment, and boost donor dollars is. The post Why Your School Looks So Last Year appeared first on Mission Minded. Blog Independent Schools Nonprofit Communications Nonprofit Design