Sharing your Story: Social Media Content and Planning for Nonprofits
This three-part workshop series will help develop your organization’s social media presence through intentional creation of content and planning. Attendees will choose a delivery strategy and consider ways to enlist your staff, board, and volunteers to help expand your reach through social media.
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A great way to increase your average number of donations and expand the reach of your organization's network is to participate in Peer to Peer (P2P) fundraising. A P2P fundraiser is when a supporter rallies around your cause to fundraise on your behalf.
Your supporters can create their own fundraising page as a spin-off of (and linked to) your main Idaho Gives profile. They then can share the page they made with their network to expand the reach of your organization and bring in new donors.
We are so excited that GiveGab (the Idaho Gives giving platform) has made it easy for your supporters to participate in P2P fundraising by providing an array of materials and tools that help your supporters carry out a campaign. Below is everything you and your supporters need to know to have a successful Idaho Gives:
It’s that time again! Please complete the third annual Idaho Nonprofit Center Membership Needs Assessment and provide feedback necessary to improve your membership.
We value your honesty, insight, and responses to these brief but very important questions. This is your opportunity to tell us what YOU want and need to grow your capacity and create sustainability in your organizations.
Click Here to Complete the Survey by March 20
“...it brings awareness to what the nonprofit community in our area can do. What it comes down to is regular people just giving a little bit,” says Christy Markham, Director of Development and Marketing of the Coeur d’Alene Salvation Army Kroc Center.
We sat down with Markham to chat about working with other nonprofits to increase their reach and support their community as a whole.
Idaho Gives is more than a fundraiser but also a friend-raiser.
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