Use Your Expertise to Give Back - Page 2
If you're a marketing executive, giving away a few hours of your time each month could help them significantly. In fact, if you find a nonprofit that has special meaning to you, your family or your community, those "few hours" will probably to turn into more. Teach the organization's management or communications teams how to best leverage social networking sites to build community. Help them assess which communication strategies and messages are getting them the most traction to reach their goals. Show them how to integrate marketing campaigns offline and online so they create a savvy experience for their target audience. Better yet, show them how to use a variety of free tools available on the web to not only engage with their target audience, but also measure against their efforts, i.e. finding the Holy Grail of ROI (return on investment.)
If You Build It, They May Come
Many times, nonprofits need brain power. More often than not though, they also need manpower. For instance, a construction company perhaps.
Building residences for homeless families. Fixing dilapidated offices. Even repairing a picket fence for a foster home. Whatever the job is, providing your talent and time is priceless considering the time and effort it would take for the nonprofit to fund these efforts so grab a hammer, nail and pitch in!
What do you do for a living and how do you think your professional skills can help a nonprofit?
Vote to help Toyota give 100 cars over 100 days to nonprofit organizations. Each click is a good deed that can make a big difference.