How the Autism Society of North Carolina Gets The Message Out with Email Marketing

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The Autism Societ y of North Carolina is one example. If you’d like to donate to the Autism Society of NC, please visit this link; if you would like to volunteer, or help spread the word of the good they’re doing in North Carolina for the autistic community, the Society would love to hear from you. Nonprofits that verify their 501(c)(3) status will receive 20% OFF their accounts, and organizations located in North Carolina are eligible for a free account.

Designing for Community Change

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Bertie County, North Carolina: Teaching Design for Change. Case Studies and New Orgs/Campaigns Social Marketing Bertie County case study change citizenship community change community-based initiative design global citizen North Carolina Project H Rescue Social Change Group Step RoyaleAt the beginning of the month, Craig Lefebvre challenged us to 10 “ What Ifs &# for social marketing in the coming year.

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#INTERVIEW: Kivi Leroux Miller, Consultant, Trainer and Blogger on Nonprofit Communications

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She and I had connected online a little bit, and she came to North Carolina to speak at a conference, and so we met over coffee. Blogs Community Cross-Post Fundraising Interview Marketing Newsletter Nonprofit Perspectives Publications Blog Cause marketing education Facebook Kristina marketing Nonprofit organization North Carolina Social Media TwitterKivi Leroux Miller is a successful consultant, trainer and blogger on nonprofit communications.

Download Dice’s Local Market Report on Charlotte

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Professionals from Texas top the list for applying to Charlotte tech jobs, followed by South Carolina, California, Georgia and Virginia. Tech salaries in the city are slightly below the national average at $89,215, but higher than bordering neighbors to the south ($76,784 in South Carolina) and west ($82,749 in Tennessee). Employer Resources Industry Insights Charlotte Hiring Job Hunting Job Skills Management North Carolina

#INTERVIEW: Kivi Leroux Miller, Consultant, Trainer and Blogger on Nonprofit Communications

Non Profit Marketing 360

She and I had connected online a little bit, and she came to North Carolina to speak at a conference, and so we met over coffee. Blogs Community Cross-Post Fundraising Interview Marketing Newsletter Nonprofit Perspectives Publications Blog Cause marketing education Facebook Kristina marketing Nonprofit organization North Carolina Organization Social Media TwitterKivi Leroux Miller is a successful consultant, trainer and blogger on nonprofit communications.

Red Light Green Light or How to Make Change Happen

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Thus, when someone pointed to Jay Kassirer ’s Tools of Change website and the case study Marketing Social Marketing in North Carolina Public Health –my ears perked up. Tags: Education and Resources Social Marketing change Jay Kassirer Mike Newton-Ward North Carolina organizational change patience perseverance persistence process of change Tools of Change Change can be a stop-go process, and sometimes, you feel held at yellow for what seems never-ending.

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Online Fundraising Success When Surrounded by Skeptics

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Jen takes you on the journey of how she helped UNC-TV / Public Media North Carolina, one of our nation’s premier public media nonprofits, establish and grow their online fundraising program.

25 OMG Nonprofit Communications Jobs: Moving Up Monday

Getting Attention

Development & Communications Associate Lillian’s List of North Carolina (Raleigh, NC). Marketing/Communications Coordinator PT North Country Trail (Lowell, MI). Please post your nonprofit marketing jobs here. Advocacy/Editorial Officer AJC/Jacob Blaustein (New York, NY). Community Engagement & Communications Manager America SCORES (Boston, MA). Director of Communication Thrive Foundation for Youth (Menlo Park, CA).

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Getting Over Social Media Culture Shock #cncn

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Yesterday I presented part of NTEN’s “ We are Media &# workshop at the annual conference of the North Carolina Center for Nonprofits , along with Holly Ross , Jordan Viator , and Ruby Sinreich. Yesterday I presented part of NTEN’s “We are Media&# workshop at the annual conference of the North Carolina Center for Nonprofits, along with Holly Ross, Jordan Viator, and Ruby Sinreich.

Corporate v. Nonprofit, 5 Lessons Learned When I Switched to Nonprofit Communications & Marketing

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In January 2016, I dove into nonprofit work as the Communications and Marketing Manager for the Lung Cancer Initiative of North Carolina, and it has taught me a lot in these last few months. Cynamon Frierson is the Communications and Marketing Manager for the Lung Cancer Initiative of North Carolina. Cynamon Frierson.

Friday Futures – Nonprofit Marketing Jobs – June 24, 2011

Getting Attention

2) Communications Director , ACLU of North Carolina , (Raleigh, NC). Casey Foundation, (Baltimore, MD) 2) Communications Director, ACLU of North Carolina, (Raleigh, NC) 3) Communications Director (interim), CARANA, (Arlington, VA) 4) Communications/Media Intern, Truman National Security Project, (Washington, D.C.) Please post your nonprofit marketing position here for FT or PT staff, consulting or internship opportunities. NEW OPPORTUNITIES.

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3 Ways Your Nonprofit Can Be An Ally Without Stepping On Toes

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With the need for the #BlackLivesMatter movement and the killing of communities of color, the tragedy at Pulse in Orlando , and the passing of HB2 in North Carolina, lots of nonprofits have been stepping forward as a resource, a support center, or through advocacy. It’s been a pretty tough year for communities across the nation.

Talk about Family and Tradition, Not Raking Leaves

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I presented the Thursday night keynote at the City of Jacksonville’s Board Development and Training Program last week (this North Carolina city requires nonprofit grantees to send their board members to free professional development training – a brilliant idea!).

How Can You Connect Offline Communities with Those Online?

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At the NC Tech4Good conference last week, we learned that North Carolina is second only to Texas for the total number of people living in rural communities, and 20% of rural North Carolinians have no access to broadband, even if they were willing to pay for it. That leaves statewide nonprofit organizations like NCGives, which wants to connect with all North Carolinians, in a bind.

Digital Storytelling with Yash Mori

EveryAction

I grew up in North Carolina and I became politically active when one of my best friends got a deportation order — an order of removal. I had no idea of the struggle that undocumented folks in North Carolina were experiencing. Fortunately, we won the case and he was able to stay with us in North Carolina. So, I went to YouTube and learned how to record and edit a video, so that I could email it to the local media outlets in North Carolina.

3 Steps to Comms that Connect (Frank Talk: Part 2)

Getting Attention

Guest blogger Mark Dessauer is Director of Communications at Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina Foundation. Read Part One Here. Frank : A gathering of communicators who work for the common good (or public interest). Here’s the final challenge we discussed, with core takeaways: How do we shape our communications to engage audiences TO ACT for change?

Friday Futures – Nonprofit Marketing Jobs – August 26, 2011

Getting Attention

1) Communications Specialist , Democracy North Carolina , (Durham, NC). NEW OPPORTUNITIES 1) Communications Specialist, Democracy North Carolina, (Durham, NC) 2) Communications Specialist and Editorial/Social Media Intern, Pennsylvania Horticultural Society, (Philadelphia, PA) 3) Digital Innovation Director, Starlight Children’s Foundation, (Los Angeles, CA) 4) Field Marketing Associate, Jewish National Fund, [.]

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Frank Talk: Comms that Connect (Part 1)

Getting Attention

Guest blogger Mark Dessauer is Director of Communications at Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina Foundation. Frank : A gathering of communicators who work for the common good (or public interest). I found myself there this past winter, delighting in northern Florida rain while the rest of the country was being buried under snow.

Powerful Segmentation Ideas for Year-End Online Fundraising Campaigns

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Customize the content by geography (In North Carolina…). Are all your email subscribers the same? Of course not! Some donate. Some volunteer. Some do both. And some have no CLUE how they got on your email list! If you send all your email subscribers the exact same fundraising emails for every campaign — year-end or any other time — you’ll never unlock their full potential as supporters.

How to Establish Thought Leadership within Your Nonprofit

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Thought Leadership in Action: Audubon North Carolina. Staffed with the state’s leading experts on bird conservation, and an investment in the time to cultivate meaningful relationships, Audubon North Carolina was able to develop a thriving media outreach program. Mary Alice Holley. In just a few weeks, we will kick off our latest Nonprofit Marketing Accelerator – Becoming a Thought Leader and Media Darling.

Nonprofit Communicators Photo-A-Day Challenge! #NPCommPix

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I thought it would be fun to create one especially for our community, so I teamed up with Dawn Crawford from BC/DC Ideas , a friend, Instagram junkie, and fellow geek and transplant to North Carolina, to create the Nonprofit Communicators Photo-A-Day Challenge, or #NPCommPix. If you spend much time at all on Instagram , you’ve seen those Photo-A-Day challenges.

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Day in the Life of a Nonprofit Communicator – Katie Todd

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Katie Todd is the Online Engagement Coordinator for the North Carolina League of Conservation Voters , a nonpartisan nonprofit organization who advocates for sound environmental policies that protect North Carolina’s natural resources and people. Katie Todd. We need more stories for this series! Tell us what you do in a typical day as a nonprofit communications pro.

Using Social Media in Fundraising

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On Friday, I taught a workshop called Social Media: Your On-Ramp to Future Fundraising at the annual conference of the North Carolina Center for Nonprofits. I’m sharing the deck with you here. Social Media: Your On-Ramp to Future Fundraising from Kivi Leroux Miller. While everyone wants to focus on peer-to-peer fundraising in social media, you can actually use social media to support your fundraising in many different ways, including the six ways we focused on.

Advice To a Promotional Products Company

Cause Related Marketing

[Blogger's Note: What follows is an email exchange between Jack, who owns a promotional products business in Greensboro, North Carolina, and your's truly.]Hi Hi PaulI have a small promotional products logowear business and want to donate a portion of sales to my client’s charities. How do I get started? Please add me to your GoogleGroup.Thanks,JackHi Jack:To really answer your question I’d need to.

Day in the Life of a Nonprofit Communicator – Kristina Kelly

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As the Social Media Manager for miraclefeet , an international nonprofit in North Carolina, Kristina Kelly is committed to utilizing social media to raise awareness of untreated clubfoot. When she isn’t feeding her two beagles or trying a new vegan recipe, you can find her reading a book or cheering on the Carolina Hurricanes with her husband. Carrboro, North Carolina, is one adorable town! Kristina Kelly.

Nonprofit Marketing Jobs—May 4, 2012

Getting Attention

5) Communications Specialist , Autism Society of North Carolina (Raleigh, NC). Please post your nonprofit marketing position here —FT or PT staff, consulting or internship opportunities. . NEW OPPORTUNITIES. 1) Associate Director of Communications. City Harvest (New York, NY). 2) Communications Associate. The Nellie Mae Education Foundation (Quincy, MA). 3) Communications Coordinator. RI Coalition Against Domestic Violence (Warwick, RI).

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Friday Futures – Nonprofit Marketing Jobs – September 16, 2011

Getting Attention

5) Community Relations Coordinator , The North Carolina Partnership for Children , (Raleigh, NC). Please post your nonprofit marketing position here — FT or PT staff, consulting or internship opportunities. NEW OPPORTUNITIES. 1) Communications, Outreach and Events Manager , New Yorkers for Parks , (New York, NY). 2) Communications Director and Online Engagement Manager , Earth Day Network , (Washington, D.C.). 3) Communications Manager , Juma Ventures , (San Francisco, CA).

CauseTalk Radio Ep24: The Role of Choice in Cause Marketing

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Today, Megan and I interview researcher Stefanie Robinson of North Carolina State University on a recent series of studies about consumer choice in cause marketing campaigns. We learn that giving consumers a choice is often (but not always) a good idea in cause campaigns, particularly when the consumers are collectivists (Don’t know what a collectivist is? Tune in to find out!).

Evolution of a Tagline: One Nonprofit’s Story

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So we came up with “North Carolina’s Initiative for Inclusive Philanthropy.”. Definitely, in North Carolina — and maybe even beyond. Melinda Pearce McKee, the public relations and communications director for NCGives , is sharing her experiences with us as a communications professional at a small nonprofit that’s undergoing many changes as it transitions from being a foundation project to an organization of its own ( read other posts here ).

Tourists, Travelers, and Snowbirds: Empowering Community Leaders to Navigate Broadband

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I met Elizabeth Hundley Finley, the development and communications manager for the Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention Campaign of North Carolina , a couple of weeks ago at an AFP workshop I presented. BrdsNBz is Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention Campaign of North Carolina’s (APPCNC) acclaimed sexual health text line for North Carolina teenagers, where we provide safe and accurate answers to teens’ sexual health questions via text message.

4 Simple Steps to Fundraising Success!

Get Fully Funded

Last Thursday, I had the honor of presenting at the AFP North Carolina Conference on Philanthropy in Charlotte. My session was called “4 Simple Steps to Building Donor Relationships and Fully Funding Your Mission Using Donor-Based Fundraising.&#. My intention for this breakout session was to help my students focus on building donor relationships and share my concept of getting fully funded. Here are a few notes from the session. What does it mean to ‘Get fully funded?’

4 Simple Steps to Fundraising Success!

Get Fully Funded

Last Thursday, I had the honor of presenting at the AFP North Carolina Conference on Philanthropy in Charlotte. My session was called “4 Simple Steps to Building Donor Relationships and Fully Funding Your Mission Using Donor-Based Fundraising.&#. My intention for this breakout session was to help my students focus on building donor relationships and share my concept of getting fully funded. Here are a few notes from the session. What does it mean to ‘Get fully funded?’

Friday Futures – Nonprofit Marketing Jobs – July 1, 2011

Getting Attention

2) Communications Director , ACLU of North Carolina , (Raleigh, NC). Please post your nonprofit marketing position here for FT or PT staff, consulting or internship opportunities. NEW OPPORTUNITIES. 1) Communications Specialist , Boys & Girls Clubs of Boston , (Boston, MA). 2) Communications Specialist, New Media , The New Teacher Project , (Brooklyn, NY or telecommute). 3) Director of External Relations , Handicap International , (Takoma Park, MD).

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Better Nonprofit Storytelling – Free Webinar

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This webinar will be our annual Nonprofit Marketing Guide community fundraiser for Positive Wellness Alliance (PWA), an organization that helps low-income people with HIV/AIDS in the rural part of North Carolina where I live. It’s time for another free webinar, and this time it’s our ever-popular “Three Stories Every Nonprofit Should Be Telling” on Wednesday, October 24. Space is limited, to reserve your spot now.

Free Webinar: Quick and Dirty Marketing Plans

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Once a year, I host a free webinar where we collect a $10 free-will donation for Positive Wellness Alliance (PWA), an organization that helps low-income people with HIV/AIDS in the rural part of North Carolina where I live. Spending time and money trying to market your nonprofit or its programs without a strategy in place is a big waste of both precious resources. Yesterday I taught the Total Focus Nonprofit Marketing Plan Workshop with Nancy Schwartz in NYC.

Friday Futures – Nonprofit Marketing Jobs – September 2, 2011

Getting Attention

1) Communications Specialist , Democracy North Carolina , (Durham, NC). Please post your nonprofit marketing position here — FT or PT staff, consulting or internship opportunities. NEW OPPORTUNITIES. 1) Associate Director, Online Strategy and Engagement , National Center for Learning Disabilities , (New. York, NY). 2) Communications & Marketing Manager , The Saban Free Clinic , (Los Angeles, CA).

What’s Up in October

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You can attend this webinar for free, but we are asking for a $10 donation to the Positive Wellness Alliance (PWA), an organization that helps low-income people with HIV/AIDS in the rural part of North Carolina where Kivi lives. Here’s what’s happening at Nonprofit Marketing Guide.com this month…. Training Open to Everyone. FREE Live Webinar – October 24: Three Stories Every Nonprofit Should Be Telling.

Cause Related Marketing - Untitled Article

Cause Related Marketing

This handsome infographic on cause marketing comes courtesy of Carousel30, a digital agency with offices in Alexandria, Virginia, Princeton, New Jersey, and Raleigh, North Carolina. It highlights current opinion, both overseas and domestic, of the growth of the practice and the esteem with which cause marketing is held.

5 Strategies for Using Social Media for Media Relations

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My Nonprofit Marketing Guide colleague Antionette Kerr — who writes regularly for her local newspaper in North Carolina — told me that she wrote a recent column after receiving a note through Facebook Messenger. During my days as a newspaper reporter and editor, I was always on the lookout for story ideas. More often than not, these ideas didn’t come through news releases or pitches. They came through something I observed. Through a conversation with a neighbor.

A Leader’s Social Media Presence: 4 Ways to Make It Count

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Nick's work with GoodUnited resulted in being named The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s 2017 Distinguished Young Alumnus. Do you doubt the power of your, and your nonprofit’s, social media presence to be a powerful tool for connecting with supporters?

13 Paths to Productivity & Satisfaction—Nonprofit Staff & Consultants

Getting Attention

8) Here’s what you gain from pushing yourself out of your comfort zone , says Mark Dessauer, director of communications at the Blue Cross Blue Shield North Carolina Foundation. Welcome to the Nonprofit Blog Carnival round-up on The Work Behind the Work —the methods and tools you use to stay focused, productive and happy on the job (or the barriers that keep you from getting there). Alas, most of us can’t count on a sunny afternoon at the pool to recoup.

NC Auction Fundraiser Requests Original Art

The Biddery Blog

The North Carolina Museum of Art Foundation announces a request for proposals for original works of art to be considered for inclusion in the inaugural “Art of the Auction” silent and live auction event, to be held at the Museum’s East Building on Saturday, May 21, 2011. Works of art will be selected for inclusion in the Auction based upon the aesthetic considerations that guide the North Carolina Museum of Art’s collecting principles.

Cause Marketing Miscellanea

Cause Related Marketing

Queensboro Shirt Company is a Wilmington, North Carolina-based promotional products company with a special emphasis on apparel. Three different cause marketing efforts worth calling your attention to. On Friday, Nov. 16 participating Menchies will donate 10 percent of sales to the American Red Cross for Hurricane Sandy relief. Menchies is a self-serve frozen yogurt chain with about 230 locations across the globe.