7 Cities, 9 Events (or Maybe More!), 3,000 Nonprofits

Published by: Site Admin on 2nd Jun 2011 | View all blogs by Site Admin
Social media enables nonprofits to connect with donors, volunteers, staff and board recruits, and other supporters in direct, powerful ways.  But how can resource-strapped community-based organizations seize the opportunities presented by this new landscape?

This is the key question driving the nationwide Social Media for Nonprofits conference series.  Building on the relationships and knowledge gained during my five-year tenure as Executive Director of Craigslist Foundation, we’ve launched a seven-city effort to provide practical tips and tools to nonprofits of all sizes and shapes.

We’ve mobilized dozens of leading experts and partner organizations.  It’s all about helping nonprofits make better use of new technology and connecting decision-makers with tools, best practices, and key support resources.  We’re here to help you raise more money, market your efforts more effectively, and ultimately be more successful at effecting change.

So join us.  Join insightful, dynamic speakers like Beth Kanter, Guy Kawasaki, Ami Dar, and more as they share their lessons learned, and their pitfalls to avoid.

We hope you’ll become one of the 3,000 nonprofit leaders that participate in Social Media for Nonprofits, whether it’s in San Francisco (6/29), Washington, DC (7/14), New York City (8/4), Seattle, Los Angeles, Chicago, or Atlanta.

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