Why create a digital volunteers community for your nonprofit?

Causes are all about People. You may believe in your Cause, but if you don’t believe in the People behind your Cause, how fruitful will it be? Every movement starts with one or two, and builds into a larger one. Creating a digital community, not just for volunteers, but also for your donors and partners […]

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Why go video?

Considering you do not have time, as a nonprofit leader or communicator, making quick video posts can help you greatly in the long run.  Ideas do not make appointments. They happen on the go. Your mobile device helps you capture videos quickly, either of yourself sharing a key thought concerning your industry or cause or […]

How to map the volunteers journey?

Have you heard of the funnel system used in marketing? Attention, Interest, Desire and Action. This system presents the buyers journey from getting to know about a product to eventual purchase. Think about it for your Cause from a volunteers journey POV. Attention: the volunteer is aware of the opportunity. Interest: the volunteer expresses interest […]

Cause-ing Creativity: Say No to Alcoholism

If you are a nonprofit, there is a simple way to UP your social media awareness efforts. It isn’t easy to break through the clutter, but getting creative has the potential to make the required difference for your presence online. Non-designer tools like Canva and Spark Post, among a host of others, provides the creative […]

How are nonprofits failing themselves on Social Media?

Not using Social Media wholeheartedly! What is the one thing no one has to waste? Time. Why would you open an account and not get serious on the platform? Many nonprofits still have a very negative view of social media platforms. Mostly because they are fearful. The fear of the unknown can turn into a […]

3 reasons for nonprofits to get Social

I asked a nonprofit leader about what he got out of his street rallies he organised off and on. “Nothing substantial.” he said. He invites the local media, but they prefer to receive a note with photos, which may or may not result in a photo with a caption in one of the supplement papers. […]