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Submit your volunteer photos to Volunteer BC’s annual photo contest

Charity Village

Once again Volunteer BC’s annual photo contest is celebrating BC Volunteers. Let’s thank these individuals and celebrate volunteerism and work of community organizations like yours! The post Submit your volunteer photos to Volunteer BC’s annual photo contest appeared first on CharityVillage.

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New on SSIR: How does celebrity impact your fundraising?

Amy Sample Ward

Both of them involved celebrities. And I couldn’t help think to myself, “oh, so all we need to do to raise funds for a great cause is get a celebrity? But, I looked at both case studies again, more deeply, and realized that both of them weren’t really about the celebrity at all. Getting Over Celebrities.

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How Nonprofits Can Effectively Promote their Online Shop on Instagram and Facebook

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Raise awareness for your Shop with a contest. A contest is a good way to get promotion for your Shop with your follower’s friends and family circles. Select a popular item from your Shop and do a giveaway to your followers by encouraging them to share your post with their networks in order to enter the contest.

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9 Fun Golf Tournament Ideas to Raise Extra Revenue

Greater Giving

Celebrity or Pro-Shot Opportunity Celebrity shot is a fun way to raise money. You can use celebrities, local golf pros, or partner with a local high school or college golf team, who might donate their time. Station your Celebrity or Pro at a tough or long hole on the course with a volunteer that can accept the donations.

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Chase Giving Contest: Winners Announced Amidst Yet More Controversy

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Less than two hours ago, Chase Community Giving made the much anticipated announcement of the lucky winner of $1 million dollars and five finalists each receiving $100,000 on its contest Fan Page. It's left some nonprofit professionals wondering whether these types of contests are a good idea. and Sdfj Dfsjlfkddjf. reported.

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PepsiFresh Contest: Real Tracking and Social Impact Analysis

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

I've been following the PepsiFresh contest since the launch in December, the largest social media for social good cause marketing effort put forth to date. Jeremiah Owyang has shared his initial analysis of Pepsi's Contest, summarizing the opportunity, risks, strengths, weaknesses, metrics, and impact. Tags: contest.

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Pepsi Charity Contest: Learning From Mistakes and Level Playing Fields

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

The Pepsi Refresh Contest is the boldest experiment. so far of the number of social good contests over the past three years that have used crowdsourcing and social media to encourage innovative social change ideas or to raise money for nonprofits or shine attention on their do good work. From my son's kindergarten class.

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