Is your non-profit organization ready to make the leap? Here are some ideas on how you can promote your cause and organization and reach the 79 million Millennials and Generation X'ers who volunteer and engage in social networking online. Fortunately, both Facebook and Google and Flickr have discovered the good in doing social good and they want your favorite non-profit or cause to come on board with them. These profit companies are competing for your participation with a set of new social networking tools and resources designed to build your community, publicize your events and expand your audience of support and donors.
If you are active in a non-profit organization or a fundraiser, you know how both the recession and recovery have impacted your resources to do good in your community. You understand how the technology learning curve, board member awareness and general uncertainty about how to use social media tools have stopped many non-profit organizations from moving forward into the online future. Like many Realtors, nonprofits are facing these challanges to their bottom line and future growth. Many of you see the possibilities for creating a new spotlight on your cause by experimenting with social networking. Others see the potential of reaching online users for volunteers and donors. Only a small number understand how the growing digital generation of people born after 1980 will be their non-profit future employees, donors and volunteers and why it is critical to interact with them today.
Is your favorite non-profit organization ready to make the leap? Hopefully these resources can help you promote your cause and organization and reach the 79 million Millennials and Generation X'ers who volunteer and engage in social networking online. This article is an excerpt from Emily Medvec's June 2011 monthly column on Social Networking published in the Santa Fe New Mexican Real Estate Home Magazine. If you are involved in a non profit organization in Santa Fe, New Mexico and want more information about social networking your cause, contact Emily Medvec and schedule a presentation to your board on how using these social media tools can make a difference in your nonprofit future.
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