15253437573_024cff491b_z-mixedlinks-pumpkin-cocktailHappy almost Thanksgiving for those of you in the United States! Let’s be thankful with some Mixed Links…

We’ve had over 1,000 take the 2016 Nonprofit Communications Trends Survey, (THANKS!) but we’d like even more to really get the best data possible. Please take a few minutes to help us out. You’ll be invited to a free preview webinar as well as be among the first to receive the Trends Report when we release it January. Take the survey now.

#GivingTuesday is less than two weeks away, so there is lots of last minute help out there for you.

Double the Donation has made their entire database of matching gift companies searchable for free for nonprofits for the Giving Tuesday period.

Network for Good lays out When #GivingTuesday Donors Give and What It Means for Your Nonprofit.

And Pam Grow asks if your nonprofit is ready for #GivingTuesday.

Pam Grow is also hosting The Nonprofit Blog Carnival this month and taking submissions until next Friday, November 27th. The theme is What are you Doing to Adopt an Abundance Mindset? (The links explains what it means to have an abundance mindset if you aren’t sure.)

You can still get 2 million in Facebook ad credits to nonprofits from ActionSprout.

Hubspot has a handy infographic depicting the 7 Cringeworthy Body Language Mistakes Salespeople Make During Meetings. They apply to face-to-face asks with donors. 

Being part of a two-person company, this approach to vacation time doesn’t really apply to us, but see how this company Trusts Its Employees With a Take-What-You-Need Vacation Policy.

Nonprofit Training

December 9: How to Create a Nonprofit Annual Report People Will Actually Read (SPECIAL HOLIDAY PRICE of ONLY $20 for both the 60-minute webinar AND the 60-page e-book.)

Registration is also open for the early 2016 session of Mentoring Program for Nonprofit Communications Directors.

Can we all make a pact not to say the “M” word next week…or ever really? <shudder>

Drink Photo Credit

Published On: November 20, 2015|Categories: Mixed Links, Nonprofit Communications, Nonprofit Marketing Trends|

Related Posts