Monday Roundup: Nonprofit Storytelling
OCTOBER 12, 2015
Your nonprofit undoubtedly has a slew of great stories to tell. This week we help you get started with these nonprofit storytelling tips. 10 Mistakes Nonprofits Make with Video. 3 Tips for Inspiring Nonprofit Supporters Through Storytelling.
Media Monitoring for Nonprofits
OCTOBER 17, 2016
For nonprofits, where every penny counts and donors keep a close eye on how much money goes to overhead, the pressure is even greater. Monitoring for a nonprofit doesn’t have to be difficult, but it does need to be well-though out and organized.
How a Nonprofit Connection Can Benefit Your Bottom Line
MARCH 16, 2017
Businesses can build a strong network by aligning nonprofits. The post How a Nonprofit Connection Can Benefit Your Bottom Line appeared first on 5WPR CEO Ronn Torossian Founder's Blog. Affirmation by association is a business tool that too few companies take full advantage of.
Nonprofit Communications Support *Pro Bono*
NOVEMBER 13, 2014
We’re NOW accepting submissions for the 2015 Nonprofit Challenge – CLICK HERE for details The end of the year is quickly approaching and with that comes the conclusion of LTPR’s 2014 Nonprofit Challenge.
Nonprofits: Please Join us for our Free Nonprofit PR Workshop!
JANUARY 15, 2015
We’re excited to announce that later this month we will be hosting our annual nonprofit public relations workshop! The FREE event provides local nonprofits with invaluable information, giving them the tools and fundamentals needed to better tell their stories via media, social media and word-of-mouth within the community. The post Nonprofits: Please Join us for our Free Nonprofit PR Workshop!
LTPR Selects Luke-Dorf as its 2015 Nonprofit Partner!
DECEMBER 22, 2014
LTPR is excited to announce that Luke-Dorf is our 2015 Nonprofit Challenge recipient! As a reminder, the LTPR Nonprofit Challenge is an annual initiative that awards 12 months of pro bono PR assistance to one deserving local charity. The Tigard-based nonprofit is the […]. The post LTPR Selects Luke-Dorf as its 2015 Nonprofit Partner!
4 nonprofit PR lessons from Movember
NOVEMBER 4, 2015
Movember” is a nonprofit project in which guys grow moustaches (known as “mos”) throughout November to raise money and awareness to benefit men’s health. Justin Coghlan, one of Movember’s four founders, said the project has stood out from other nonprofits’ efforts. “We
Top 3 Reasons for Nonprofits to Send Press Releases
OCTOBER 6, 2016
For nonprofits, working on a shoestring budget is a fact of life. It’s important to include a call to action that: Focuses on a specific activity (Donate to our nonprofit, Learn about our mission, etc.).
How to Bring Good Luck to Your Nonprofit
JANUARY 13, 2017
Volunteering is just as American as football or apple pie, but even the best nonprofits can consider gathering volunteers a scary experience. Who says Friday the 13 th has to be spooky and full of bad luck?
4 Marketing Tactics B2Bs Can Swipe From Nonprofits
NOVEMBER 10, 2015
Nonprofits know and understand this, but not many look to their example when seeking help. This morning, managing director, enterprise and insight business at Cision, Jeni Lee Chapman, explored how nonprofits can teach B2B companies to increase conversions.
4 nonprofit PR lessons from #GivingTuesday
DECEMBER 1, 2015
NPR reported that #GivingTuesday raised $46 million in donations last year—63 percent more than in 2013—and nearly 35,000 celebrities, companies and nonprofit organizations signed on to participate. 1, to talk about more nonprofit PR strategies
Why Measuring the Networked Nonprofit is a Must-Read
DECEMBER 18, 2012
What happens when the doyenne of the nonprofit world and the queen of measurement decide to write a book together ? It tells you how a networked nonprofit works , and what you can do to get there… and why measurement is at the center of successful NNs.
Is a career in nonprofit PR a fit?
MAY 30, 2016
If so, you might be a good fit for a career as a nonprofit communications director. Nonprofit communicators are also highly skilled. However, if nonprofit work were only full of good news, every PR pro would do it. RELATED: Nonprofit communicators, now's your chance to shine.
2017 Nonprofit Challenge Winner – The Results Are In
JANUARY 31, 2017
We’re excited to announce that On-The-Move Community Integration is the winner of the 2017 Nonprofit Challenge, marking the start of our one-year partnership with the organization. Each year, we offer deserving nonprofits like On-The-Move a year of pro bono PR support.
How do nonprofit PR pros communicate with donors?
AUGUST 1, 2016
For nonprofits, there is perhaps no more critical communication than messages sent to donors. Nonprofit communicators see email-open rates between 14-25 percent. Nonprofit organizations average 285 Facebook followers and 112 Twitter followers per 1,000 email subscribers.
Finalists named in the 2015 Nonprofit PR Awards
MAY 28, 2015
In this year's Nonprofit PR Awards, we looked to showcase the hard work and creativity of nonprofit organizations, the agencies that represent them and individual PR specialists. Best Community-Nonprofit Partnership.
7 ways nonprofits can use Periscope
OCTOBER 20, 2015
To get donations in this social media age, nonprofits must do more than stick a jar on a store counter with a note that says, “Please Give.”. Periscope, a live video streaming app, can help nonprofits increase awareness and raise money. Show how the nonprofit makes a difference.
4 perks of being a nonprofit PR pro
APRIL 12, 2016
Being a PR, marketing or communications pro is different when you work for a nonprofit organization. Though your hard work might not always get recognized ( outside of the recognition offered by Ragan’s Nonprofit PR Awards ), the fringe benefits are priceless. The 2016 Nonprofit PR Awards. are open to marketing, PR and communications professionals in nonprofit organizations in government, education, philanthropy, civic groups, professional associations and more.
PR Daily’s Nonprofit PR Awards is at it again
MAY 23, 2016
PR Daily’s Nonprofit PR Awards deadline is this week
APRIL 25, 2016
Give a New Year’s Gift to Nonprofits Worldwide
JANUARY 4, 2012
In the midst of your New Year cheer – which is well-deserved and much needed – would you take a moment to give a really great gift to nonprofits worldwide? One that is important to the nonprofit community is the.ngo domain (pretty obvious why, right?).
PR Daily’s Nonprofit PR Awards are now accepting submissions
APRIL 15, 2016
Hashtag Campaigns and Other Advocacy-Building Tips for Nonprofits
MAY 25, 2016
Working with some of the best causes and most-known foundations and organizations has helped me see there are core patterns that every successful PR and marketing campaign follows to connect with nonprofit supporters. Get more nonprofit marketing tactics by downloading St.
Presenting PR Daily’s 2016 Nonprofit PR Awards
MARCH 30, 2016
Nonprofit organization issues an all-GIF press release
MAY 5, 2016
The nonprofit issued a GIF-only press release to support its annual Real Gifts catalog. RELATED: Nonprofit communicators, now's your chance to shine. Enter our Nonprofit PR Awards today. Words? The modern press release needs no words—only GIFs. Don’t believe me?
5 Lessons for Nonprofits from Kony 2012
MARCH 12, 2012
So I talked to a few of my colleagues in the nonprofit world, all powerhouse professionals, to get their take on a couple of things. ” But now everything about the nonprofit is being scrutinized, from its financials to its motives. 5 Lessons for Nonprofits from Kony 2012.
5 lessons from 5 years leading digital at a nonprofit
FEBRUARY 12, 2015
I’ve spent every waking moment of the past five years working with a brilliant team to inspire people to make a difference for people they’ve never met.
For Nonprofits: 5 Steps to Grow Your Content Marketing Strategy
NOVEMBER 5, 2015
Nonprofits rarely have enough hours or dollars to meet their mission. As a nonprofit marketer, you want to employ a strategy that will attract, teach and inspire your supporters to help you drive your mission. According to a report by the Content Marketing Institute and Blackbaud , “ 86% of the most effective nonprofit marketers have someone who oversees content marketing strategy.”. For noble work, there is always more to be done.
Only a few more days to enter PR Daily’s Nonprofit PR Awards
JUNE 20, 2016
PR Daily’s Nonprofit PR Awards deadline has been extended to May 18
MAY 13, 2016
Agency seeks nonprofit for a year of free PR
SEPTEMBER 11, 2015
Perhaps that’s what inspired marketing firm O’Hara Project to offer 12 months of pro-bono PR work for a worthy and deserving nonprofit organization. The agency says it plans to help the chosen nonprofit in “raising awareness of their mission” and “with critical messaging needs.”. Nonprofit work is mutually beneficial," Katherine O'Hara, founder of the O'Hara Project, said in a statement. "We Interested nonprofit organizations can apply here before Oct.
Final deadline is May 11 for PR Daily’s Nonprofit PR Awards
APRIL 29, 2016
PR Daily’s Nonprofit PR Awards wants to thank you for your ‘thankless’ work
MAY 2, 2016
PR Daily’s Nonprofit PR Awards early bird deadline: April 27
APRIL 18, 2016
Winners announced for PR Daily’s Nonprofit PR Awards
SEPTEMBER 1, 2016
An Exemplary Life: The PR Lessons Anne Glauber Left us
MARCH 1, 2017
Nonprofit PRThis was supposed to be a blog about another topic entirely. Yet the news we received late last night from a PR contact has prompted a different blog.
Announcing the winners of the 2015 Nonprofit PR Awards
JUNE 29, 2015
LTPR Selects Luke-Dorf as 2015 Nonprofit Partner!
DECEMBER 22, 2014
LTPR is excited to announce that Luke-Dorf is our 2015 Nonprofit Challenge recipient! As a reminder, the LTPR Nonprofit Challenge is an annual initiative that awards 12 months of pro bono PR assistance to one deserving local charity. The Tigard-based nonprofit is the […]. The post LTPR Selects Luke-Dorf as 2015 Nonprofit Partner!
Winning PR Strategies For Nonprofits
ImPRessions - Crenshaw Communications
JULY 15, 2016
” This is particularly true when a team works for a nonprofit that is tackling a persistent social problem or seeking the cure for a disease. ” Many in the nonprofit world wear several hats and find themselves adding PR liaison to the bottom of a long list of tasks.