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Social Media for Nonprofits – Chicago 9/27

 

Is your nonprofit interested in using social media for fundraising, marketing, and advocacy? Hear practical tips and tools from top experts at Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Groupon, Zynga, See3, Community Media Workshop, National Geographic, and more, all while enjoying some great networking with your nptech peers. See full details at: http://www.SocialMedia4Nonprofits.org/

After four sold out programs in a row, Social Media for Nonprofits is coming to Chicago next Tuesday, 9/27 at Columbia College. Registration is normally $125 for the 9am-5pm program, plus meals and access to the book release party for Nonprofit Management 101, but you can save $20 with the discount code “Chi”.

Register on the Social Media for Nonprofits website at http://www.SocialMedia4Nonprofits.org/chi, or learn more at their Twitter (http://twitter.com/#!SM4Nonprofits) or Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/sm4nonprofits) page.

Full disclosure: GuideStar is a media sponsor of Social Media for Nonprofits.

lindsay-nichols1.jpgThe preceding is a guest post by Lindsay Nichols, Vice President of Marketing and Communications at America’s Charities, the leader in workplace giving and philanthropy. As a member of the organization’s senior leadership team, Lindsay guides and oversees the strategy and execution of all marketing and communications efforts with a major emphasis on strategy and tactics that support increased growth for the organization. Lindsay has been quoted in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Chronicle of Philanthropy, NonProfit Times, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, St. Louis Public Radio, Dallas Morning News, and more.

Topics: Events Social Media Marketing Nonprofits