Mixed Links for Nonprofit Communicators

Good Stuff on the web for nonprofit communicatorsHow was your week? Let’s finish things off with some Mixed Links…

More than 300,000 donors gave over $50 million to 7,000 nonprofits in 120 communities during May 6’s “Give Local America” campaign. This made it the largest, single-day charitable crowdfunding event ever.

For more on the Give Local America Campaign, Marika Lynch of the Knight Foundation put together some of  images from social media that kept people engaged in the campaign.

And John Haydon has some insight into how all that money was raised.

In other news, a new Charity Dynamics Study shows nonprofit digital spending is growing as increasing online engagement remains a priority.

Nancy Schwartz has a guest post by Julie Brown of Findlay-Hancock County Community Foundation on how to get funding for your nonprofit marketing.

As a big fan of The West Wing and its “walk-n-talk” scenes, I loved this article from Beth Kanter on 5 Tips for Nonprofits to Host Effective Walking Meetings.

NTEN shares How Nonprofits Can Get Started with Cloud-Based Tools.

Did you know infographics help readers retain information longer? Kuno Creative shares why an infographic is a great way to make your content stand out.

Feel your board is not doing what it should? Cathy A. Trower gives us the Warning Signs of Board Underperformance – And What to Do About It.

Nonprofit Training

May 13: How To Do Your Own Nonprofit Communications Audit

May 27: How to Build a Strong Major Gift Portfolio

June 3: Annual Report Basics: Written Annual Reports Donors Will Actually Read

June 4: Feedback and Fine-Tuning Session: Pitches with Erica Mills

June 10: Advanced Annual Reports: Video Annual Reports and Infographics to Share Your Results with Donors

Have a great weekend!

 

 

Author: Kristina Leroux, Community Engagement Manager

I am the Community Engagement Manager at Nonprofit Marketing Guide.com.

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