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Social Media | Marketing Manager National Military Nonprofit

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Memories of Honor

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Imagine using your time, talents, and skills to help mend broken hearts, bring comfort, and put names and faces to the price of freedom while promoting unity and patriotism.


OBJECTIVE: Create, curate, and distribute compelling, relevant content, and campaigns to increase our reach, online traffic, fundraising, development, and advocacy. Be the voice behind the mission by interacting with and building relationships with our constituents through our social media channels.


POSITION ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

  • Help set and maintain brand voice and tone across all channels.
  • Plan, develop, implement and coordinate the day-to-day content plan for our website, blog, social media accounts (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, and LinkedIn), email campaigns, blogs, email campaigns, printed marketing and communication materials.
  • Create and manage workflow, projects for all content activities, projects, and initiatives.
  • Set and implement editorial and social media calendars (news, development, events, and other organization activities and partnerships).
  • Build and manage influencer relationships and content partnerships.
  • Report on content performance during monthly meetings.


We look forward to honoring the sacrifice with you.


WHY SERVE WITH US?
We die twice; the first time is when we take our last breath. The second time is the last time someone speaks our name. Memories of Honor ensures that the second death never happens. Through our mission, events, and campaigns, you'll be making a direct and meaningful impact in the lives of the forgotten casualties of war (families and teammates of our fallen military).

"My biggest fear is that Ben will be forgotten. Don't forget. Honor and respect those who lost their lives and never, ever forget. Men and women like My Ben deserve to be remembered more than just one day a year."-- Brenda Gearheart, Proud Mother of LCpl Benjamin Gearheart, US Marines 8/27/1997

"Memories of Honor "Wall of Gratitude" is a visual reminder of the price of freedom and liberty. It is physical evidence that there are people who genuinely appreciate the sacrifice. Receiving the notes of appreciation, knowing that a stranger is speaking my son's name and thinking about him and my family breathes life into his memory. Words can't describe how that feels." -- Brian White, Gold Star Father of PFC Logan White, US Army 9/26/2017


ABOUT US?
Memories of Honor
is a registered 501(c)3 nonprofit in the state of TN #47-5273214. We honor our fallen military service members and the families they leave behind through sporting events, entertainment, and other special events. Through these events and our programs, we help heal the invisible wounds of war for both surviving family members and veterans. Memories of Honor acts as a living breathing memorial so that no loss of life during service to our country is forgotten.
We Honor
  • All branches
  • All dates of death
  • And all loss of life in connection with service to our country.

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About Memories of Honor

Location:

121 1st Ave South, Franklin, TN 37064, US

Mission Statement

Honor our fallen military and the families they leave behind through sports, entertainment, and special events to help heal the invisible wounds of war for both surviving families and veterans. We create living breathing memorials so that no loss of life in service to our country is forgotten.

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WHY | MEMORIES OF HONOR

Long after the casseroles and sympathy cards stop coming and the rest of the world has moved on often surviving families feel alone and isolated in their grief. They have already experienced their worst nightmare, their loved one is gone. Now their greatest fear is that he/she will be forgotten.

"My biggest fear is that Ben will be forgotten. Don’t forget. Honor and respect those who lost their lives and never, ever forget. Men and women like My Ben deserve to be remembered more than just one day a year."

Brenda Gearheart-- Proud Mother of LCpl Benjamin Gearheart, US Marines 8/27/1997

WHO | WE HONOR
  • All Branches. All Dates of Death. All Loss of Life In Service To Our Country

Crisis Support
Veterans & Military Families

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.

SKILLS

  • Marketing & Communications (Mar/Com)
  • Marketing Strategy & Planning
  • Public Relations
  • Brand Development & Messaging
  • Interactive/Social Media/SEO
  • Social Media / Blogging

GOOD FOR

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