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[Kivi's Blog] What's Going on in March

Here's the latest blog post from Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog.

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What's Going on in March

Learn and Love the Job

Here’s what’s happening at Nonprofit Marketing Guide this month:

Online Training:

Mar 2: Beyond December: Raise Money Throughout the Year with These Seasonal Fundraising Campaigns

Kerri Karvetski shares creative ideas on how to raise money throughout the year.

Starts at 1:00 p.m. ET (10:00 a.m. Pacific) | Registration is $50 or included with an All-Access Pass

Learn More and Register

Mar 7 & 9: Writing a Fabulous Case for Support

Tom Ahern will teach you everything you need to know about writing a case statement.

Starts at 1:00 p.m. ET (10:00 a.m. Pacific) | Registration for Part 1 is $99. Parts 1 and 2 is $199 or included with an All-Access Pass

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Mar 16: The Four Types of Nonprofit Communications Teams: Making the Best Choice for Your Nonprofit

Kivi Leroux Miller will teach you about each of the four communications team models and which one will work best for your nonprofit.

Starts at 1:00 p.m. ET (10:00 a.m. Pacific) | Registration is $20 or included with an All-Access Pass

Learn More and Register

Mar 30 and 31: FLASH SALE!

For 48 hours, starting on March 30th, we will discount our All-Access Training Pass by $200 in honor of Kivi’s birthday on the 31st. Mark you calendars because this sale only lasts 2 days.

In Person

Mar 23 – 25: Nonprofit Technology Conference, Washington DC

Kivi and I will both be there so find us and say “Hi!” Kivi will also be moderating Breaking Down Silos: Integrating Marketing and Fundraising Departments with Sarah Durham of Big Duck.

March 27-28: Cause Camp, Lincoln, NE

Kivi will be preaching #CALMnotBUSY.

On the Blog:

We’ll be talking more about the different types of nonprofit communications teams and how your team structure can affect the effectiveness of your communications.

We’ll also provide updates from NTC in case you can’t make it live.

I need to more stories from you for our Day in the Life of a Nonprofit Communicator series. I try to publish those on Mondays.

Join me Fridays in March for Mixed Links for Nonprofit Communicators. This weekly round-up features the good stuff from around the web for you.

Online campaign and social media adviser Kerri Karvetski will guest post tomorrow March 2nd.

Media relations adviser Panepento will guest post on the 29th.

Email Subscribers:

I will send the Nonprofit Writing Prompts email newsletter tomorrow, March 2nd, which will have your writing prompts for the month of April.

We send our Weekly Tips and Updates e-newsletter on Wednesdays.

 

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