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Are Your Comms Helpful Now or Just Adding More Noise?

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

In days following the murder of George Floyd. I had no words. This is unusual for me as a journalist, speaker, leadership team member of an advocacy-based nonprofit, and downright talkative person. . Image: Unsplash by munshots. My nonprofit wanted to put out a statement.

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The Next Normal – The Future for Nonprofits In A Post-Pandemic World

J Campbell Social Marketing

When I created this series for the Nonprofit Social Media Nerds , I didn’t choose my words wisely. “Post-pandemic world” – What does that mean? Will we ever get there? We certainly aren’t there yet.

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7 big ideas for raising ‘major gifts of assets’ right now from Dr. Russell James

iMarketSmart

A couple of weeks ago, my longtime friend Dr. Russell James presented his top recommendations for fundraisers to consider especially during the coronavirus era. If you missed the event, don’t worry. You can view the recorded webinar and download the slides here.

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Should You Publish a Statement of Solidarity, Support, and Action?

Mission Minded

Your organization's voice is important, because systemic racism has influenced and infiltrated every facet of life and work. The post Should You Publish a Statement of Solidarity, Support, and Action? appeared first on Mission Minded.

Hot Topics in June: Raising Awareness, Collaborating with Co-Workers, Communications Planning

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Here’s what’s happening in June at Nonprofit Marketing Guide…. Online Training: June 29 – July 6: Annual All-Access Pass Discounted. It’s almost time for our Summer All-Access Pass discount.

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When Not To Lead

Nonprofit Consultant Blog

To be a successful blogger we are told, "Be authoritative! Demonstrate your expertise!" But the truth is, all any of us can ever do is to write from our limited experience, share the lessons we have learned, and hope it helps somebody in their own journey. In the end, we are all in a constant process of learning. Even the so-called experts and teachers - if they're good at what they do - are still learning.

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Newsletter: Not Business as Usual ?; Companies Tweet Support for Protests But What About Real Change? ; The #1 Reason to be on Twitter

Selfish Giving

I have to be honest with you. I don't much feel like talking about corporate partnerships this week. After the events of the past eight days, it seems insignificant. What I want is to love and respect my country again. Years ago during a visit to the U.K. I visited the Tower of London.

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5 Reasons Your Nonprofit Should Use Infographics

Twenti

5 Reasons Your Nonprofit Should Use Infographics. by Olivia Warnes. Infographics can transform your social media marketing for the better! Use infographics to spread your message and draw in donors!

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The Virtual Interim ED

Nonprofit Consultant Blog

A few weeks ago I began a new consulting gig as the Interim Executive Director of the Friends of Oakland Animal Services (FOAS). No big new thing there. I've taken Interim ED assignments half a dozen times before. But I've not taken an assignment like this during a time of official Shelter-in-Place orders (but, really, who has?). Previously, the only "virtual" consulting I've done has been limited to very short engagements. A few conversations, and advice, dispensed by phone or email.