Webinar: Grow Your Ministry with Email and Social
Facilitated by Jen Wewers, Give Gratitude, Inc.
Social Enterprise Resource Bank - August 30, 2017
Many small businesses and organizations find themselves seeking the right strategies, tools, and tactics to make their marketing efforts as effective as possible. But between Facebook and Twitter, email and mobile, deals, and whatever new social network is rolling out that month—there’s a lot to keep up with. And there are only so many hours in each day. The number of possibilities can feel overwhelming. This session will help make sense of the noise.
- Explore how social media and email supports the mission of your organization
- Acquire free resources related to graphics, including royalty-free images and free templates
- Learn about best practices for email
- Maximize Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and LinkedIn
Jennifer Wewers, M.Div., founded Give Gratitude two years ago. As a 15-year veteran fundraiser and nonprofit marketing professional, she knows the heart of successful fundraising is rooted in giving gratitude. A quintessential generalist, Jennifer has extensive experience in annual giving, foundation and corporate fundraising, major giving, donor relations, digital marketing, and social media. She has consulted with a number of nonprofits on fundraising, digital marketing, and social media. In addition, she is certified as an Authorized Local Expert for Constant Contact and has taught classes on email marketing and social media best practices throughout the Kansas City area. She also serves as Director of Development for the Caritas Clinics, health and dental safety net clinics in eastern Kansas.
The NBA incubates new ministries, supporting social entrepreneurs of faith who are serving their communities in a variety of innovative ways and empowering these Disciples-led health and social service projects to focus on growth, impact, and sustainability. Learn more at nbacares.org/incubate or by contacting Rev. Ayanna Johnson Watkins, Director of the NBA Incubate Initiative.