Nonprofit Video Editing for Social Media: Three Basics for Successful Content
Nonprofit video content can be compelling for a lot of reasons. It gives donors and supporters a behind-the-scenes look at the work you do and how you do it. And with the average person spending more than an hour watching video content online every day, it’s a trend you definitely don’t want to ignore.
Copywriting for Nonprofits: Why You Don’t Want to Miss Out on Cashing In
Good copywriting works to elevate whatever message you choose. And as a nonprofit working for the wellness of your community, you have the opportunity to use these highly-effective strategies to do good and meet your mission. Don’t be afraid to give nonprofit copywriting a try! The results might just surprise you.
Facebook for Nonprofits: 4 Easy Steps to a Killer Profile
Your nonprofit’s Facebook profile is a great place to build community, share your impact, and raise funds. Like any other tool in your toolbox, though, there are tips and tricks to getting the maximum benefit—not just spinning your wheels. Here are four ways to make sure your nonprofit’s Facebook profile is a winner!
Adjust, Adapt and Achieve: 3 Keys to Post-Pandemic Marketing Success
Restart and recharge. They’re the words we’re hearing frequently these days as our nonprofits open their doors to resume programs and our communities get back to business. Is there such a thing as business as usual now? Assuming your nonprofit has spent at least part of the last year adjusting your programs and ser...
The Best Nonprofit Annual Reports Have These 4 Things in Common
Annual reports are a way for your nonprofit to communicate with transparency about your programs and finances... All while bragging about the amazing work you've done in your community! And while they come in many different shapes and sizes, the best nonprofit annual reports have these four things in common.
How To Write Mission and Vision Statements That Stand the Test of Time
As a nonprofit, your mission and vision statements are two crucial assets to your organization. They serve as the basis for your programs, evaluation, and case for support, as well. So how do you write these essential statements, and what’s the difference between writing them as a new nonprofit and down the line?