Cause Marketing in Nigeria

Cause Related Marketing

It is with great pleasure I offer up this guest post from Yinka Olaito, a specialist in brand communication, social media, and business communication in Lagos, Nigeria. I asked him to address the topic of Cause Marketing in Nigeria. Nigeria is exploding with different cause involvement.

Are you fundraising for Africa? Read this!

Wild Woman Fundraising

I am so excited to present to you my interview with Charlotte Beauvoisin, who writes Diary of a Munzungu , a UK citizen working in Uganda. Her blog has been featured on Lonely Planet since 2009.

Day in the Life of a Nonprofit Communicator – Katie Houston

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

” Circulate for review & update press release on upcoming talk by an area sculptor/professor about his year in Nigeria. Katie Houston.

Dear Western Donors: “For God’s Sake, Please Just Stop”

Wild Woman Fundraising

In 2000, a world health conference in Nigeria set a target: by 2005, 60 percent of African children would use bed nets to protect them from malaria. Here’s a Ted talk by Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, first female finance minister for Nigeria, entitled, “Want to help Africa?

Do you have people from the community you help on your board?

Wild Woman Fundraising

There’s even a TED talk from the former treasurer of Nigeria , where she simply says, “If you want to help Africa, do business with us.”

Fundraising And ‘Connected Spenders’

The Agitator

Do you need to know the latest consumer spending behavior in Indonesia, Pakistan and Nigeria? Probably not a lot of those addresses on your donor list … nor on any mailing list! But as it happens, by 2025 these three countries will be among the top ten countries on the planet that are home to ‘connected consumers’, joining the more expected likes of the US, Germany and Japan, the only ‘mature’ economies that will remain in the top ten.

Cause-Related Marketing Advice to a Nonprofit Startup

Cause Related Marketing

Located in Riverside, California I just recently returned from Nigeria, where I was taken to two villages to hear of their concerns for the villagers and children.

Both Sides of the Door

Mission Paradox Blog

" About halfway into her presentation Adichie, who was born and raised in Nigeria, talks about an encounter she had with a white roommate when she came to America for school. When we talk about the role diversity, or lack thereof, has in the arts we tend to use a common image, the locked door. The door represents the barriers, intentional and otherwise, that keep people of color from reaching their full potential in the field.

Check out VolunteerMatch’s NEW initiative! Interview with Shari Ilsen, DIrector of Engagement

Wild Woman Fundraising

People say, come to Nigeria, come to Armenia, or come to Argentina! Today we are interviewing the marvelous Shari Ilsen, Director of Engagement at VolunteerMatch. Shari Ilsen, Director of Engagement, VolunteerMatch.

Secrets of crowdfunding success: Interview with Brady Josephson

Wild Woman Fundraising

One of the things that, when first came out, I saw that they would have a little thermometer for every single person that was raising money on their site to have a shoe shop in Nigeria, for example. Mazarine Treyz: Excellent. All right. Hey, everybody. Welcome.