VIDEO MARKETING SUCCESS FOR NON PROFITS

September 10, 2018

The thought of adding VIDEO to your marketing campaigns can seem DAUNTING. Where do I start? What do I say? Will anyone really SEE my video after going to all this trouble? And Does anyone really care? I’m Lynn Hawks, my company is Experts and Authorities Video Production and boy do I understand how you feel.

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Marquis Studios

MARQUIS STUDIOS is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that provides arts-in-education services to New York City public schools. We strive to develop a strong partnership between artists and teachers by offering arts programs to supplement traditional classroom teaching techniques. Each residency focuses on a specific visual or performing arts discipline selected by school staff and administration. Since 1977, we have worked with over 325,000 students, 28,000 teachers and 11,500 parents at schools and cultural institutions throughout New York City. Serving a diverse population, 78% of students in Marquis programs live at or below the poverty level as measured by their eligibility for federal free lunch and breakfast programs. Over 44% of programs serve students with disabilities, with over 25% of all programming serving children with multiple or severe disabilities.

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Nonprofit Fundraising: the Pay What You Can Model (feat. A Place At The Table)

video | August 22, 2021

Exploring Nonprofit fundraising options and curious about the Pay What You Can model? Let's chat with someone whose done it! I am a nonprofit founder who now works full time for the nonprofit I started many years ago. I've explored a variety of nonprofit fundraising models and fundraiser ideas to make my own organization work, and I've also made a lot of friends in the nonprofit world using other fundraising models, too! In this video, I chat with Maggie Kane, Founder and Executive Director of A Place at the Table - a "pay what you can" nonprofit restaurant - to learn a bit more about how this fundraising model works. If you are starting a ...

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Heckrodt Wetland Reserve: Creative ways to promote a nonprofit

video | August 13, 2021

The Heckrodt Wetland Reserve was looking for ways to get their message out to the community. Branding their logo was an important piece of this initiative. See how staff wearing logoed polo shirts throughout town inspired questions about what they do, where they’re located, and how others can support the wetland....

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Step Two — Naming Your Nonprofit

video | June 03, 2021

Finding the right name is an important second step in the nonprofit process. Fostering the right brand and recognition can make or break your organization, so make sure to follow these best practices....

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Why Do Nonprofits Use Feathr?

video | May 24, 2021

Promoting your nonprofit is hard. Feathr makes it easier. In this video, you’ll hear from Jared Arango, Regional Lead for Paid Media at International Justice Mission, Nicole Rodriguez, Marketing & Communications Manager at American Epilepsy Society, and Margot DeConna, MBA, CFRE, Director of Advancement at the Humane Society of North Central Florida. These nonprofit professionals share their reasons for investing in digital advertising and why they chose Feathr to increase awareness, boost online donations, promote events, recruit volunteers, and ultimately do more good....

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Marquis Studios

MARQUIS STUDIOS is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that provides arts-in-education services to New York City public schools. We strive to develop a strong partnership between artists and teachers by offering arts programs to supplement traditional classroom teaching techniques. Each residency focuses on a specific visual or performing arts discipline selected by school staff and administration. Since 1977, we have worked with over 325,000 students, 28,000 teachers and 11,500 parents at schools and cultural institutions throughout New York City. Serving a diverse population, 78% of students in Marquis programs live at or below the poverty level as measured by their eligibility for federal free lunch and breakfast programs. Over 44% of programs serve students with disabilities, with over 25% of all programming serving children with multiple or severe disabilities.

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