There are several platforms with programs that offer exclusive resources to nonprofit organizations to help them further their mission.
What can you do to generate more attention and get the media interested in your nonprofit? Here are four steps you can take now to get the media’s attention that you need — and deserve.
Social media holidays are a great opportunity for nonprofits to engage with their communities and spread awareness about the work they do. But what are social media holidays? And how can you make the most of them?
Here are four strategies to help you transition your goals the next time crisis strikes.
Social change organizations often spend many months — if not years — developing strategic plans. They hire strategy consultants, convene special board subcommittees and invest considerable time building roadmaps that will guide their work into the future. Quite often, however, they fail to stick the landing.
Diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) initiatives are becoming increasingly important to donors and should be at the forefront of nonprofits’ marketing efforts. Having DEI incorporated into your marketing strategy can help alleviate that uncertainty and make you feel confident in what you are putting out in your marketing efforts.
The communications teams at the most successful nonprofits are laser focused on showing people how their work transforms lives — and they can clearly articulate their vision. If your nonprofit is struggling to find its voice or having a hard time connecting with potential supporters, it’s important to take some time to think clearly about why you exist.
Charles Millard, the co-founder of Four Diamonds, passed away at the age of 93 on Nov. 4 in Washington state.
The National Park Foundation is commemorating the National Park Service’s 100th anniversary with its $350 million Centennial Campaign for America’s National Parks...
Democracy Fund and First Look Media announced more than $12 million in new grants to support an independent, robust free press. Three leading nonprofit news organizations—the Center for Investigative Reporting, the Center for Public Integrity and ProPublica—will each receive $3 million at a moment when the role of journalism in our democracy is facing unprecedented…