Yesterday I presented at the Liberty Bank Foundation Go Boldly nonprofit conference.
The conference theme was focused on the sustainability and growth of the sector – ways that nonprofits can change and adapt in order to thrive in the future.
My workshop topic was How Nonprofits Can Engage Millennial Donors and Volunteers.
Millennials, NextGen, Gen Y – while they are humans after all, there are some distinct differences in these generations that nonprofits need to understand – and embrace – in order to get younger supporters and volunteers to participate.
In my presentation, I covered:
Prevalent myths and misconceptions that are hurting your ability to reach this generation;
How to recruit and engage Millennials into your organization;
How to use specific social media platforms to reach younger donors and volunteers;
How to incorporate storytelling into your content to attract younger donors;
Real-world examples from nonprofits getting it right.
The slides are below.
How to Build Your Nonprofit Email List Using Your Website & Social Media
Your email list is essentially the communicative lifeblood of your nonproﬁt.
Okay, that was a little dramatic, but seriously, your nonproﬁt needs a robust and plentiful email list to continue engaging your community and garnering support.
But how does your nonproﬁt go about building this active email list, you might ask?
Via your nonproﬁt’s website and social media proﬁles of course!
J Campbell Social Marketing has partnered with Elevation to bring you this free guide to building your nonprofit email list, using the tools that you already have!