Net2Akl held their most recent meet-up on Tuesday 30 October at the Amnesty NZ offices. The group of 15 or so people who gathered were treated to an inside look at how Amnesty International worked with advertising agency Colenso, to dream up and create a clever, engaging, and technology centric idea to bring awareness to human rights and teach New Zealanders the realities of their actions.
With more and more not-for-profit organisations competing to gain support from the community especially in regards to funding, it is important that your message is communicated clearly and effectively using the right marketing channels. People need to know and understand the work that you do and ultimately share the same passion for your cause to compel them to be involved.
Come along to these half-day workshops in Wellington, Christchurch, Hamilton and Auckland, and learn how to build a plan for your organisation's marketing and fundraising campaign to achieve maximum results.
Technology plays an increasing role in enabling non-profit organisations to achieve their goals.
On 27 November, Connecting Communities will showcase how information and communication technology (ICT) can transform the efficiency and effectiveness of your organisation and help deliver better social outcomes.
This FREE event is hosted by Microsoft and supported by TechSoup New Zealand and Infoxchange.
Social capital, social enterprise, social entrepreneurs, social investment, social innovation...it feels like there is a whole new raft of terms swilling around in the community sector.
These were all explored in an incredibly lively and informative conference in Wellington recently - SOCANZ Doing Real Good Conference. It was organised and convened by Viv Maidaborn , pictured where with Tina Reid (Social Development Partners) at the TechSoupNZ display.
Everyone is talking about social media. Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and FourSquare are just a few of the social platforms out there. How do you know which ones to use and which would be effective for your cause?