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Monday, March 6, 2023
How One Nonprofit Changed My World

After a few months of working with Camp Encourage and seeing what they do for their community, I began thinking about my business differently. I decided to transition my company from working with small business owners to work primarily with nonprofit organizations.

Guest Post: Lindsey Schober, Lindsey Kay Consulting

Tuesday, March 23, 2021
Why Nonprofits Should Schedule Social Media Stories

Stories on Instagram and Facebook get more engagement organically than content on your news feed.

Guest Post: Leilani Haywood, Haywood Marketing

Monday, March 25, 2019
Tips for Social Media Success

Last week the marketing team at KC Pet Project shared their tricks to maintain a top notch social media presence, and here are just some of tips you can apply to your nonprofit’s social strategy.

Jackie Baker, Director of Marketing

Wednesday, April 4, 2018
Show Off Your Volunteers and Win

What are your plans for National Volunteer Week, April 15 - 21? It’s coming up quickly, and we want you to show off how you’re celebrating volunteers.

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Monday, November 27, 2017
Are you ready for #GivingTuesdayKC 2017?

Sample social media posts and shareable images for your nonprofit to use on #GivingTuesdayKC.

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Monday, November 7, 2016
Are you ready for #GivingTuesdayKC?

You know that #GivingTuesday is a global day of giving fueled by social media. Many local organizations are gearing up for big campaign on that day, but how can we increase awareness and engagement in Kansas City? Using #GivingTuesdayKC as part of and in addition to your #GivingTuesday campaign will create a conversation about local giving, and generate a comprehensive list of participating organizations in Kansas City. Donors can use #GivingTuesdayKC to find organizations that are making an impact in the

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Monday, March 21, 2016
4 Steps to Big Marketing on a Tiny Budget

Those of us that work in nonprofits know a thing or two about small budgets. For most nonprofits, we either have no funds or a very small amount that can be dedicated to paid advertising for our organizations. When KC Pet Project started in 2012, we had a lot to overcome: a negative image about the Kansas City, MO animal shelter that we took over that had a 40 year history of being a high-kill shelter and we were a brand new nonprofit organization in Kansas City. We had to be creative with our strategy to

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