10 Types of Social Media Posts Every Nonprofit Should Be Sending

JULIA CLAIRE CAMPBELL | April 14, 2016

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Has your organization hashtagged something recently? Have you looked at how many Facebook posts you’re creating each week? Do you know how many Twitter followers you have? If the answers to these questions are ambiguous, vague, or nonexistent, it may be time to rethink your nonprofit’s social media strategy.

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How to Keep the Lights On at Your Nonprofit During a Global Crisis

Article | March 25, 2020

Thousands of nonprofits have responded to COVID-19 (coronavirus) and mobilized resources to aid in research and testing, provide medical supplies, deliver meals, support workers in financial distress, and more. But for nonprofits with missions that aren’t directly related to emergency response or relief, fundraising during a global pandemic can be tricky. Many nonprofits are questioning how to maintain some semblance of normalcy in their operations, particularly how to send donation appeals and engage their communities while being respectful of the urgency and gravity of the COVID-19 pandemic. We gathered the following tips to help guide you in this difficult time when so many nonprofit professionals are concerned with appearing tone-deaf or feel uncomfortable asking for money that supports anything other than coronavirus resources.

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8 Ways to Build a Resilient Nonprofit Team and Prevent Employee Churn

Article | April 1, 2020

Resilience isn’t just for athletes; it’s an essential skill for an agile productive nonprofit team. Long hours and even longer to-do lists can lead to stress, burnout, and ultimately employee churn. This is true for many industries, and it’s particularly true for people who work at nonprofits. When your day job involves facing some of humanity’s biggest struggles, you need to feel empowered to tackle the daily tasks that help you make an impact on your cause.

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What is a Tech Platform-Centric Nonprofit?

Article | March 5, 2020

Becoming a platform-centric nonprofit creates enormous opportunities for digital transformation. A platform-based nonprofit uses a technology platform as a key foundation in their technology strategy. This focus on a foundational platform allows the nonprofit to act on information and data in new, connected ways. When done well, a platform-centric technology strategy empowers organizational strategy, which drives higher and more meaningful mission outcomes. Build has worked on numerous platform selections and implementations. When done right, the move to a platform-centric approach demonstrably delivers values, with a clear link between the effort and the outcome.

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Nonprofits Have The Tools To Operate Remotely, But What Should They Work On?

Article | April 15, 2020

Last week we released an article outlining a list of software that can make working from home as painless as possible. The goal of that blog, and all others we post, is to share our insights to hopefully provide value for nonprofits. A few days after writing the post, I started thinking about organizations like Habitat for Humanity and the Red Cross. Zoom doesn’t seem very helpful if you’re trying to collect blood donations or construct new homes.

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CREATE Foundation is the national consumer body representing the voices of children and young people with an out-of-home care experience. All children and young people with a care experience reach their full potential. Creating a better life for children and young people in care. To do this we; Empower children and young people to build self-confidence, self-esteem, and skills that enable them to have a voice and be heard to.

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