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Stripping down after a mastectomy – Keynotes #74

Issue #74 March 14th, 2024 πŸ—οΈ Welcome to Keynotes: Mastering Marketing for Nonprofits! πŸš€ Hello Reader! Key the Raccoon here!Welcome back! This week we delve into whether nonprofits should offer complimentary tickets to honorees, introduce a must-have Social Profile Checklist for your organization, and share the inspiring story of innovation for the post-mastectomy body. Stay tuned for insights, tools, and inspirational tales! πŸ“¬ Summary This week, we're diving deep into these topics. 🌟 πŸ•΅οΈβ™‚οΈ...

Issue #74

March 14th, 2024

πŸ—οΈ Welcome to Keynotes: Mastering Marketing for Nonprofits! πŸš€

Hello Reader! Key the Raccoon here!
Welcome back! This week we delve into whether nonprofits should offer complimentary tickets to honorees, introduce a must-have Social Profile Checklist for your organization, and share the inspiring story of innovation for the post-mastectomy body. Stay tuned for insights, tools, and inspirational tales!

πŸ“¬ Summary

This week, we’re diving deep into these topics. 🌟

πŸ•΅οΈβ€β™‚οΈ One Challenge – Complimentary tickets for honorees
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πŸš€ One Tool – Social Profile Checklist for your organization
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🌟 One Story – Celebrating the post-mastectomy body

πŸ” One Problem – When honouring someone at a fundraiser for a small non-profit – how many complimentary tickets do you provide the honoree?

Determining how many complimentary tickets to provide an honoree at a small nonprofit fundraiser is a crucial decision. These tickets can enhance the honoree’s experience and potentially attract additional supporters. Yet, it’s essential to balance this gesture of appreciation with the event’s budgetary constraints and fundraising goals. Consider the pros and cons to ensure the gesture supports your organization’s mission while honouring significant contributors effectively.

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Benefits

  1. Appreciation: Offering tickets is a sign of gratitude, making the honoree feel valued.
  2. Attendance: Encourages the honoree to bring guests who may become future supporters.
  3. Publicity: The honoree’s network can increase event visibility and prestige.

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Considerations

  1. Budget: Free tickets can reduce the overall fundraising potential.
  2. Precedent: Setting expectations for high numbers of complimentary tickets in future events.
  3. Equity: Balancing generosity without overshadowing other contributors or guests.

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πŸ› οΈ One Tool

Each week, I share a shiny tool/resource that will help make your working efforts a breeze. Think of it as your secret gadget to nonprofit success.

Featured Tool of the Week: The Ultimate
Social Media Profile Checklist For Charities

If you’re managing a nonprofit, a strong social media profile can make all the difference in reaching your goals. This Nonprofit Social Media Profile Checklist can guide you there.

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The Ultimate Social Media Profile Checklist for Charities by Clavis is your go-to resource for perfecting your nonprofit’s online presence. This straightforward guide provides essential tips and steps to ensure your social media profiles are engaging, informative, and aligned with your charity’s goals. Ideal for optimizing outreach and engagement, this checklist will help you make a lasting impact.

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Start refining your profiles today and see the difference it makes in your digital strategy!

πŸ… One Highlight

Team Key is inspired by Katy Marks, an architect turned lingerie designer, who, after her own mastectomy, crafted a unique one-cup bra for others embracing asymmetry post-surgery. Her creation represents more than lingerie; it’s about acknowledging and celebrating the post-mastectomy body without concealment.

Marks’ innovative approach and determination reflect a shift toward more inclusive and empowering options for women. Her story is a powerful reminder that individual resolve can lead to meaningful change.

🌎 Good News From Around The Web

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​Coming to a park near you: This clever phone mount frames up a stunning photo… and helps you save local wildlife​

​Endangered cave salamanders, once called ‘couch potatoes,’ surprise scientists by surfacing above ground​

And that wraps up this issue of Keynotes! We hope these stories have warmed your heart and sparked your curiosity. Don’t forget, we’re diving back in next week with even more fascinating tales and tips. Got a burning marketing question? Drop us a line, and it just might feature in our next edition!

See you next week! πŸš€

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Key

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