14 Fantastic Nonprofit Marketing Jobs: Movin’ Up Monday!

Getting Attention

Social Media Associate , The National Institute for Civil Discourse (Tucson, AZ). Please post your nonprofit marketing position here for full-time or part-time staff, consulting or internship opportunities. New Opportunities.

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Your New Nonprofit Marketing Job? Take It Forward Tuesday

Getting Attention

Public Health Communications Manger , Canyon Ranch Institute (Tucson, AZ). Please post your open nonprofit marketing positions here. Communications Manager , Central Asia Institute (Bozeman, MT). Communications Manager , Grace Place for Children and Families (Naples, FL). Communications Manager , Out & Equal Workplace Advocates (San Francisco, CA). Communications Operations Manager , Public Policy Institute of California (San Francisco, CA).

Your New Nonprofit Marketing Job: Movin’ Up Tuesdays!

Getting Attention

Digital Communications Coordinator , Canyon Ranch Institute (Tucson, AZ). Just trying to keep you on your toes—our job post series will return to its regularly scheduled slot next Monday!

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#INTERVIEW: Joanne Fritz, The About.com Website Guide on Nonprofit Charitable Organizations

Non Profit Marketing 360

I’m kind of a nonprofit family: Both my daughters work in nonprofits, one in an international health care NGO in Washington, DC, the other at a tiny nonprofit in Tucson. Joanne Fritz is the guide to About.com ’s “ Nonprofit Charitable Organizations ” site.

Storybanking: A Bank That Always Builds Interest

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The Literacy Volunteers of Tucson used SurveyMonkey to collect information about the quality of their services from volunteers, tutors and students. The Literacy Volunteers of Tucson uses them in volunteer recruitments and orientations "to give more humanity to the project," according to Lisa Kemper. Investing time now in building your storybank can ensure your people will always find the right story when they need it.

Check in with Grassroots Donors

Fundraising Breakthroughs

Suggested by Hildy Gottleib , a Tucson-based consultant to nonprofits, small businesses and first nations tribes, the idea makes sense for anti-burnout of us development folks and it makes sense for honest care and feeding of donors. Taking a few minutes to do a little Spring cleaning of my e-mail inbox, I stumbled upon this super-sweet idea—calling the smallest-amount grassroots donors to check in.