About this event
Social networks are one of the most influential tools to engage with the general public and bring light to challenging issues in our communities. Channels like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Instagram all enable nonprofits with limited resources to get a message out to their community and reach large audiences.
Today, social media is about so much more than your follower numbers, especially when it comes to marketing your cause and mission. To get results on social media, you need to know what you want and how to get there. We'll explore a manageable way for you to post content and create a campaign that converts your followers (no matter the count) to take action.
Some questions we'll explore...
If any of the following describes you or your organization, you should come:
Jamie is a mission-driven marketer leading campaigns that cover email, social and press. Prior to Catchafire, she worked at Teach For America creating branded campaigns and cross-channel strategies, believing deeply that the hardest challenge in cause marketing is simply getting the message out.
Tyler has 10 years in the nonprofit sector. From Americorps to Food Justice, Tyler specializes in Donor Relations, Digital Marketing, and Membership Strategy. At Catchafire, he consults nonprofits on how to leverage the talent of their supporters in order to elevate their missions.
Haley's work connects Patagonia’s community of grantees, employees, and customers with unique digital opportunities that inspire meaningful action. Haley focuses on amplifying the voices of grassroots organizations championing key environmental issues that impact us all.
Catchafire.org is a full service, on-demand solution designed to address the wide-ranging and complex needs of nonprofits by connecting them with skills-based volunteers.
Through Catchafire’s marketplace, nonprofits have access to capacity-building projects and a community of volunteers.
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