22 Nonprofit Marketing Jobs: Moving Up Monday

Getting Attention

Membership and Product Services Coordinator Illinois Library Association (Chicago, IL). Vice President of Marketing and Business Development Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center (Skokie, IL). Post YOUR open nonprofit marketing and communications positions here. Affiliate Marketing & Communications Coordinator American Civil Liberties Union (New York, NY). Communications and Brand Manager National Dance Institute (New York, NY).

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YOUR New Nonprofit Marketing Job?—Movin’ Up Monday

Getting Attention

Director of Communications-Cure Violence , University of Illinois (Chicago, IL). Please post your open nonprofit marketing positions here. Communications Associate , The Randall’s Island Park Alliance, Inc (New York, NY). Communications Intern , DesigNYC (New York, NY). Communications Officer , Baltimore Community Foundation (Baltimore, MD). Digital Director , EMILY’s List (Washington, DC).

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Less Is More! – Uncommon Advice from a Nonprofit Social Media Enthusiast

Getting Attention

Let me introduce you to guest blogger Celeste Wroblewski, vice president of external relations at Donors Forum in Illinois. At Donors Forum in Illinois, we believe that there are no rules or, at least, that it’s time to reexamine them. What we do is to concentrate on what is most important to grantmakers and nonprofits in Illinois.

WOWza Nonprofit Marketing Jobs

Getting Attention

Editorial Writer (Assistant Director of Communications) University of Illinois. Post YOUR comms job here —nonprofits, grantmakers, B Corps & vendors serving nonprofits. Communications Coordinator First Unitarian Society of Milwaukee (Milwaukee, WI). Communications Manager, Shared Value Initiative FSG (Boston, MA). Communications Manager Kinship Foundation (Chicago, IL). Communications Manager Mental Health America of Texas (Austin, TX).

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Friday Futures—Nonprofit Marketing Jobs

Getting Attention

12) Marketing and Communications Assistant , Illinois Holocaust Museum (Skoie, IL). Please post your nonprofit marketing position here for full-time or part-time staff, consulting or internship opportunities. Thanks! NEW OPPORTUNITIES. 1) Associate Marketing Manager for Digital Production and Social Media , Trust for Public Land (San Francisco, CA). 2) Communications Coordinator , Breast Cancer Fund (San Francisco, CA).

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YOU! Nonprofit Communications Jobs

Getting Attention

Program Associate for Communications Outreach Illinois Public Health Institute (Chicago, IL). Please post YOUR nonprofit marketing job here. 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. San Rafael, CA). Communications & Event Coordinator PT The FACES Foundation (Detroit, MI).

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A Day in the Life of a Nonprofit Communicator – Gail Koford

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Prior to this she was executive director of the Carelink Foundation in West Chicago, Illinois. Gail Koford. 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. Gail Koford is development director at Inter Parish Ministry in Cincinnati, Ohio. IPM is a food and clothing pantry that serves people living in eastern Hamilton County and Clermont County, Ohio.

Great Nonprofit Marketing Jobs: Friday Futures

Getting Attention

Program Associate , Policy Advocacy & Organizing, Illinois Public Health Institute (Chicago, IL). Please post your nonprofit marketing position here for full-time or part-time staff, consulting or internship opportunities. Thanks! NEW OPPORTUNITIES. Assistant Program Director , International OCD Foundation (Boston, MA). Communications Associate , Communications Manager , Online Organizing Intern , Ella Baker Center (San Francisco, CA).

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Mailbag: How Do I Get a Corporate Partner to “Pay Up” After an Event?

Selfish Giving

Kimberly, Marion Medical Mission, IllinoisAny suggestions for getting local businesses to “pay up” after an event where we gave permission to use our name/logo in exchange for a set % of sales that day? By no means is this the first time I’ve had to “nudge” for payment. My usual follow-up email works in getting the check. But right now I have 2 places who are dragging their feet.

Day in the Life of a Nonprofit Communicator – Ash Bruxvoort

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

I’m planning a workshop in Indianapolis and Springfield, Illinois, and there are a few emails about details related to that. Ash Bruxvoort 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. Ash Bruxvoort coordinates communications for the Women, Food and Agriculture Network.

An Interview with Advocate Health Care: Case Study #StoriesOfTheGirls

Diva Marketing Blog

Advocate Health Care is the largest health system in Illinois and one of the largest health care providers in the Midwest. As a not-for-profit, mission-based health system affiliated with the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America and the United Church of Christ, Advocate contributed $661 million in charitable care and services to communities across Chicagoland and Central Illinois in 2013. Breast cancer still impacts too many lives.

Terri Andrews: Featured Fundraiser

A Small Change

I am in the higher education field, raising money for a new pharmacy school at a public institution, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville. I have a background in higher education fundraising, as I started my career at a small liberal arts institution, though I did spend 6 years in the cause marketing trenches, for Special Olympics Illinois. This month’s “Featured Fundraiser” is Terry Andrews. Feel free to refer someone that you think I should feature. Thank you Terry.

Newsletter: Cause Marketing for Hedgehogs is a Real Thing ; Shell Gets Shelled Over She’ll ?? ; What Nonprofits Should be Doing During the Pandemic ?

Selfish Giving

Director of Marketing & Brand Strategy, Northern Illinois Food Bank (Geneva, IL) Have your cause-related job featured here for FREE. A lighter newsletter this week as I'm busy teaching at the New Strategies Program in the Business for Impact program at Georgetown University. Yep, that's me in the duck costume.?? Curt Weeden , the founder of New Strategies and a corporate giving savant , called me a few weeks back and asked me if I would mind wearing a costume at New Strategies.

Health Care Social Media Review #21: Social Media Taps Digital Health

SocialButterfly

You’ve heard of Text4Baby, but an Illinois Department of Health initiative called Text2Survive is using mobile messaging to enhance minority youth access to HIV/AIDS information and prevention. This edition of the Health Care Social Media (HCSM) Review explores recent discussions and research on how social media collides with health promotion, prevention and wellness efforts.

The tale of the unlikely messenger - and message

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

It has been noted through our Illinois State Veterinary Medical Association members that pet owners talking about their pet’s health often feel comfortable talking to the veterinarian about their own health concerns. Raising awareness about this silent killer and saving lives will be our goal,” said Peter Weber, executive director, Illinois State Veterinary Medical Association of a new partnership with the Ovarian Cancer Symptom Awareness Organization.

YOU Can Make These Dreams Come True (Nonprofit Blog Carnival)

Getting Attention

Thanks too for the contributions and support from these much-appreciated colleagues: Roger Craver, The Agitator ; John Lepp, Agents of Good ; Maureen, Low-Hanging Fruit ; and the founders of Illinois Blessing. Martin Luther King inspired me to ask fellow bloggers to join me in the January Nonprofit Blog Carnival , to “pick any dream you have—for your cause, organization or the nonprofit sector—and share it and how you plan to make it real.”

Charmed Cause Marketing

Cause Related Marketing

They’re available online for less than $5 or in a handful of retail stores in Indiana and Illinois. Just as “the rich are different than us,” so too are teenagers. How so? In their hearts and souls they aspire to make the world a better place.

Day in the Life of a Nonprofit Communicator – Mark Zobel

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Dr. Mark Zobel is the Director of Annual Giving at Blackburn College in Carlinville, Illinois, where he also holds an adjunct faculty appointment, teaching an introductory course in philanthropy. Mark Zobel. 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. We’d love to feature YOU in this series!

Cause Marketing With Other Nonprofits

Cause Related Marketing

I was reminded of these sorts of relationships by a press release issued by the Illinois State Bar Association, which recently announced a goal to provide 1 million meals to needy Illinoisans. Food and money will be distributed to food banks across Illinois. We’ve seen many times that not all cause marketing takes between a company and a cause.

Cause Marketing Your Bowl Game

Cause Related Marketing

Players and coaches from the University of Illinois and UCLA also plan to volunteer at Bay Area food pantries on Friday.” This year’s contest pits Illinois, which is 6-6, against UCLA which at 6-7 has a losing record! Two of the 35 bowl games held this season… the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl and the Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl… overtly use cause marketing to appeal to fans. In the United States the college football season basically ends the first week in December.

Newsletter: Future-Proof Your Partnerships for New Normal ; Get John Haydon’s New Book ‘Donor Care’ ; Grow Your Twitter Following by 2000%

Selfish Giving

Director of Marketing & Brand Strategy, Northern Illinois Food Bank (Geneva, IL) 3. Make things better by making better things - Seth Godin Three BIG messages this week. Brittany Hill at Accelerist and I are teaming up to present Future-Proof Your Partnership Program (and Your Nonprofit) for the New Normal.

Fundraising from Out-of-State? An Update on Registration Issues

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

There are civil penalties in California, New York, Illinois and many others. As you get your online fundraising programs in place and start connecting with people through social media, the liklihood that you will raise money not only within your home state, but in multiple states, goes up. Diversifying your pool of donors is great, but it also comes with some additional legal responsibilities. To help explain all of this in plain English, I asked Tony Martignetti, Esq.,

Gambling With Your Pink Ribbon Cause Marketing

Cause Related Marketing

For society as a whole the negatives are equally pronounced; political corruption tends to dog gambling wherever it is active, the number of ‘pathological’ gamblers increases wherever gambling takes hold, and, notwithstanding the promises going in about the use of gambling revenue, there’s currently a strong correlation between state budget deficits and states that have casinos, notably Illinois, California, New York, Pennsylvania, and Nevada.

How Well Are You Protecting Your Supporters’ and Participants’ Privacy?

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

David Schulz. What measures does your nonprofit take to ensure your supporters’ and participants’ private information is safe? How often do you discuss the issue of privacy in relation to both your clients and your supporters? In today’s guest post, David Schulz provides a sobering reminder of what can happen if we aren’t making privacy an issue. Tomorrow, David will provide some tips on what to do about it. Guest Post by David Schulz.

[Guest Post] Quitting the Culture Club – Why blaming a lack of culture of philanthropy is just plain lazy

Fundraising Coach

Francis Foundation based in Springfield, Illinois and an officer on the Board of Directors for NCDC (the National Catholic Development Conference). A few weeks back, I was talking with Dan McCormack about an upcoming training. In the midst of our conversation, Dan said he didn''t let his team use the term "a culture of philanthropy." His observations were so right, I asked if he''d do a guest blog post on this. I''m glad he said yes! Dan is the President of the Hospital Sisters of St.

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‘Genius’ Awards For Nonprofits

The Agitator

Children and Family Justice Center at Northwestern University – Chicago, Illinois ($750,000) protects the rights and well-being of young people in the juvenile justice system and advocates for fairer laws and policies. Southwest Organizing Project – Chicago, Illinois ($750,000) educates, mobilizes, and empowers communities in Chicago to help overcome foreclosures and violence.

Business to Business Cause Marketing from AmpliVox

Cause Related Marketing

AmpliVox , an Illinois company which makes and sells portable sound systems and lecterns, does a form of non-transactional cause marketing to benefit the fights against both breast cancer and prostate cancer. Most cause marketing faces the consumer. You can imagine why. The lady who buys, say, printer paper where you work almost certainly is under the obligation to find the best price she can.

Pioneering Champion Of Good Is Dead

The Agitator

The compelling four-page letter he and Ira Glasser, then the Executive Director of the ACLU, crafted in the mid-70s — when the ACLU came to the defense of American Nazis denied a parade permit in Skokie, Illinois — helped save the ACLU. Under the letterhead of David Goldberg, the message began: “Dear Friend, I am the jewish lawyer defending the right of the Nazis to march in Skokie, Illinois.”.

An Interview with Advocate Health Care: Case Study #StoriesOfTheGirls

Diva Marketing Blog

Advocate Health Care is the largest health system in Illinois and one of the largest health care providers in the Midwest. As a not-for-profit, mission-based health system affiliated with the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America and the United Church of Christ, Advocate contributed $661 million in charitable care and services to communities across Chicagoland and Central Illinois in 2013. Breast cancer still impacts too many lives.

Health Care Social Media Review #21: Social Media Taps Digital Health

SocialButterfly

You’ve heard of Text4Baby, but an Illinois Department of Health initiative called Text2Survive is using mobile messaging to enhance minority youth access to HIV/AIDS information and prevention. This edition of the Health Care Social Media (HCSM) Review explores recent discussions and research on how social media collides with health promotion, prevention and wellness efforts.

Spot Cause Marketing Fireworks – And Win My Book!

Selfish Giving

With the support of DHL Express, 6,000 ready-to-bake, deep-dish pizzas from UNO’s , and Romeoville , Illinois-based Great Kitchens, will be packed and loaded into a donated DHL cargo jet this week and shipped to service men and women. Monday is Independence Day and I’m in search of cause marketing promotions that will help me celebrate the day!

Are You Talking To Hispanics?

The Agitator

And nine states account for 76% of the total Hispanic population — Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Illinois, New Mexico, New Jersey, New York and Texas. Here from Pew Research is a nice wrap-up of the 2010 US Census figures as they relate to America’s Hispanic population. We all know the growth is strong — 43% over the past decade. America’s 50.5 million Hispanics now account for 16.3% of the US population.

Grants for K-12 Math Education

Seeking Grant Money Today

Funding priority will be placed on pioneering programs that engage students and teachers in innovative, hands-on activities; teach innovation and creative problem-solving skills; focus on girls and underrepresented minorities; engage Motorola employees as volunteers; take place in Arizona, California, Florida, Illinois, Massachusetts, New York, Pennsylvania, and Texas com- munities where Motorola has an employee presence; demonstrate measurable outcomes; and are less than two years old.

A Symbolic Victory Counts

Mission Paradox Blog

  On a local level groups like the Illinois Arts Alliance made sure people understood what was happening. I think some in our arts world may underestimate the importance of the NEA's 50 million dollar budget increase. Yes, it's a relatively small amount of money. but I think it was a significant victory for the arts as a political community. Look back at the situation, a legislator added the 50 million and it was promptly cut.

Guest Posting Part Deux: Max Gladwell and Mashable’s Summer of Good

SocialButterfly

That can mean free form fund raising drives, like the Twitter-and-blog-powered campaign to raise money for a crisis center in Illinois last month that took in over $130,000 in just two weeks. Mass publishing. Did you know this is accomplishable through blogs? This type of experimentation (or application) of guest posting took place earlier this year when Max Gladwell published 10 Ways to Change the World through Social Media , and it was simultaneously published on over 80+ blogs.

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Guest Posting Part Deux: Max Gladwell and Mashable’s Summer of Good

SocialButterfly

That can mean free form fund raising drives, like the Twitter-and-blog-powered campaign to raise money for a crisis center in Illinois last month that took in over $130,000 in just two weeks. Mass publishing. Did you know this is accomplishable through blogs? This type of experimentation (or application) of guest posting took place earlier this year when Max Gladwell published 10 Ways to Change the World through Social Media , and it was simultaneously published on over 80+ blogs.

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How Do Fundraisers Do This?

The Agitator

Said Science Daily , reporting on consumer research conducted by Ohio State and Illinois State Universities: "Previous research had documented that many people begin to feel ownership of an item long before they actually acquire it. Recently I read two articles from the commercial marketing world that — for me — raised the question: "How do fundraisers do this?"

5 Ways to Make Your Nonprofit Social Media Content Amazingly Shareable

J Campbell Social Marketing

Naperville Area Humane Society in Illinois was running out of kitty litter one day at their no-kill animal shelter, so they tweeted about it. Social Media for Social Good Academy 2.0 is opening soon!