These individuals should also promote human rights of all individuals regardless of race, creed, religion, color, disability or gender. Most non-profit marketers will be instrumental in the fundraising activities. Therefore, they should understand people, their motivations for giving, be outgoing, and personable. Individuals employed in non-profits may work in public relations, fundraising, canvassing or as community managers. Each of these individuals may have a role in marketing for a non-profit organization.
Public relations is an instrumental part of marketing that allows the community to become aware of non-profits and the work they perform in the community. These individuals interact with the local media, contribute to political campaigns, represent the non-profit for special interest groups, and they may be involved in conflict mediation. Public relations marketers often play an instrumental role in fundraising at some point during their development. These professionals will be involved in gift requests from individual donors, apply for grants, host special events, and launch phone and letter appeals.
- Program Management
- Business Development & Sales Management
- Youth Services
- Customer Service
- Community Outreach
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