How Your Org Can Fiddle Its Way to Strong Relationships

Getting Attention

He took up the fiddle when he was growing up in West Virginia coal country. and put it to work years later to build support in his first run for office – a seat in the West Virginia House of Delegates. The late Senator Robert Byrd entered politics on a song.

10 Organizations Leading The Way This Mental Health Awareness Month

EveryAction

The Village Network is a behavioral health organization helping youth and families in Ohio and West Virginia become healthy and have brighter futures. Approximately 1 in 5 American adults experiences some sort of mental illness in any given year.

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#ProAging: SM Savvy Encourages Cross-Generational Connection

Non Profit Marketing 360

Click to enlarge. With Thanksgiving a mere 36+ hours away (30 of which might be spent in a ticket line or sitting on a runway or hoping the traffic finally gets moving), we are all thinking about re-connecting to family and old friends.

Butts in Seats: 5 Tips for Event Marketing Using Social Media

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

She graduated from West Virginia University (let’s go Mountaineers!) Ceci Dadisman. This week, you are hearing from four guest bloggers about nonprofit events. Guest Post by Ceci Dadisman, Palm Beach Opera. Social media is an important piece of the event marketing puzzle.

Cause Marketing on the Navajo Reservation

Cause Related Marketing

Gap, Arizona is a tiny burg on US-89 on the western edge of the expansive Navajo Nation (the reservation is slightly larger than the state of West Virginia). US-89 is almost the mother road for National Parks in the American West.

The little lie in marketing and how to avoid it

Donor Power Blog

Check out these photos from the West Virginia Surf Report, at Fast Food: Ads vs. Reality : Here's the Arby's Beef 'n' Cheddar Sandwich as depicted in marketing. Want to know why most advertising is so ineffective?

How generous is your state?

Nonprofit Consultant Blog

And, at the bottom, Iowa, South Dakota, Vermont, West Virginia, and North Dakota. Thanksgiving is done with (hope yours was peaceful and happy), and we're now officially into the Holiday Season. That means plenty to each of us personally, of course, but as nonprofit professionals it also means quite a bit work-wise as well.