5 Top Resources for Nonprofit and Foundation Communications Professionals

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I know, I know. You are a communications superstar! Of course you are–you’re reading our blog, after all!

But even superstars can use a hand from time to time! Check out our list of favorite online resources for nonprofit and foundation communications professionals–a list that is nearly guaranteed to provide that needed support–and also valuable information and inspiration!

The Communications Network blog: With its authentic mix of humor and candor (See: Stop Guest Blog Crime, Now!), The Communications Network blog is one of my favorites. In addition to great content, the network offers webinars, periodic reports and other useful resources.

>>Recent Post: Let’s get emotional!

 

Socialbrite: This blog provides free resources, articles and tutorials about social media, websites and communications strategy to nonprofits and NPOs.

>>Recent Post: 5 technologies that your nonprofit should be using

 

Prichard Communications blog: We pride ourselves on revealing insider secrets, industry best practices and useful insights on communications strategy and tools. The best part? We make it all actionable.

>>Recent Post: 5 Reasons you should focus on your nonprofit’s brand

 

Beth’s Blog: On one of the longest running blogs for nonprofits around, social good blogger Beth Kanter gives great advice on using networks and data to meet strategic goals.

>>Recent Post: 7 practical tips for engagement with a higher purpose on social

 

Getting Attention: A nice balance of personal storytelling, guest perspectives and useful information, nonprofit marketing expert, Nancy Schwartz shares her thoughts on how nonprofits can leverage their communications and fundraising programs to succeed.

>>Recent Post: R-E-S-P-E-C-T your way to donor retention

 

What resources do you use? Let me know in the comments!

Jennie Day-Burget

Vice President Jennie Day-Burget is a lover of surprises, wine and chevron (the pattern, not the oil company). When not strategizing for Prichard, Jennie loves taking photos, reading, traveling around Oregon and hanging out with her men at home: Aaron (husband), Henry (son), Newman (dog) and Timber (cat). Jennie has worked in communications and public relations for more than a decade and cites the hashtag (#) as her favorite communications innovation.
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2 Comments “5 Top Resources for Nonprofit and Foundation Communications Professionals”

    • Nancy–thanks for all the great work you do for nonprofits and foundations!

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