Hashtags for Every Day of the Week (Nonprofit Edition)

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Here’s RedRover Responders volunteer Jodi snuggling with a feline friend rescued during the 2011 flooding in Minot, North Dakota. ?#?TBT? Looking for an easy content idea for Instagram and Twitter? Try a day-of-the-week post with one of these hashtags.

Do you have any nonprofit career questions? I’ll answer them on national radio!

Wild Woman Fundraising

This radio show will be broadcast all over the USA, from Fargo, North Dakota, to Maui, Hawaii. The Career Clinic with Maureen Anderson. Is someone you know looking for a job? Did you know that 1 in 10 people work in the nonprofit sector in America, yet a lot of people who are unemployed don’t know how to transition into this field? I’ve raised over $1M in the last 3 years for different nonprofits, and been successful at getting nonprofit jobs for myself and others.

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National Organization for Women targets women’s rights offenders

DonorDigital

In anticipation of the GOP’s aggressive efforts to criminalize abortion in states like North Dakota and Virginia, Donordigital is helping National Organization for Women raise funds to defend women’s rights. Who do you think is the #1 women’s rights offender?

Opportunity! Nonprofit Communication Jobs

Getting Attention

Social Media Marketing Strategist , Planned Parenthood of Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota (St. Post YOUR comms job here —nonprofits, grantmakers, B Corps & vendors serving nonprofits. Advocacy & Communications Associate , RespectAbility (Bethesda, MD). Cause Marketing Business Development Leader , Phil & Co. New York, NY). Communications & Impact Specialist , Institute of International Education. San Francisco, CA).

Current Canadian Opinion on Cause Marketing

Cause Related Marketing

I’d caution American cause marketers from drawing exact parallels from their North American cousins. The rock-lined creek represents the border line between Canada and the United States and the borders of the Province of Manitoba and the State of North Dakota respectively.)