Join the conversation. Twice a month, we gather on Twitter to talk about the latest and greatest in mobile and social media for nonprofits. These hour-long conversations are jam-packed with resources, questions, and discussion.The community is a good mix of nonprofit professionals, social media lovers, partners, and nonprofit consultants.
Meet us on Twitter every 2nd at 4th Friday at 1 to 2 pm EST with #SM4NP.
It’s the season to be grateful. Nonprofits are seeing donations pour in from their community this GivingTuesday and end-of-year, and they’re enthusiastic to show their gratitude. Join us for a special tweetchat where we’ll amplify that.
This thank you party for donors is where we’ll share innovative ways to make donors feel appreciated and amplify each other’s thank yous. Think of it as a digital arts and crafts party. We welcome all nonprofits to join us! Come prepared with Twitter handles and names to thank and we’ll provide GIFs, thank you images and invite everyone for an hour of practicing gratitude for the support for the sector.
We’ll start with some warm-up questions and get to the fun part, doing a group thank you! Come join us, bring your donor names, Twitter handles and join in this fun social experiment with us!
Workplace giving is an incredible opportunity to create strong partnerships between the for-profit and nonprofit sectors. But without engaged employees, this year-end giving can fail to reach its intended goals of generating meaningful support for causes and companies alike. Join us as we bring together socially conscious companies and nonprofits alike to talk through technological solutions for the problems miring status quo workplace giving.
Does your organization have a plan for social media crises? We came together in this tweetchat to come up with a plan to respond efficiently and professionally through social media no matter what is thrown your way. Our special guest this time is Cynthia Shaw. She will use her experience as Regional Director of Communications at American Red Cross to help your nonprofit protect its reputation and respond proactively.
Having a blog is an incredibly effective way to tell your nonprofit’s story, connect with supporters, and gain exposure with new audiences. From SEO to establishing authority—there are numerous and very compelling reasons to write and maintain a blog. Then, why doesn’t every nonprofit have one?
It’s pretty incredible the reach and impact that can be achieved through social. We talked Guy Kawasaki’s #ArtofSocial and other thoughts on power tips for power users.
In their communications, nonprofits focus too much on how they do things and their theory of change but far less about how they’ve made a change or accomplished an outcome. We talked about how nonprofits can lift the causes and constituents they serve through effective storytelling.
The mobile internet shift is nothing to fear, we agreed. Lots of well-informed people shared their insights, including our partners Cornershop Creative, who’s been working with us on our own mobile website!