Building a Cause Community Using Social Media (Webinar)

Do you want to create a thriving online community of people who support your cause or organisation? Or maybe you have one, but they just don't engage or take action?

Do you want to create a thriving online community of people who support your cause or organisation? Or maybe you have one, but they just don't engage or take action?

In this free webinar we will cover the 11 fundamental principles that you must understand to create cause communities that take action. Whether fundraising, marketing, support or advocacy is your main goal, these principles will ensure that people engage and participate!

On this webinar we will also launch the Take10 Social Not for Profit Academy; an online monthly membership community where you have access to hundreds of social media learning videos, have access to monthly webinars featuring people using social media effectively in the not for profit sector, have coaching and support opportunities and be a part of a member only group for connecting and collaborating with other organisations....all for one low monthly fee.

Join the Not For Profit Academy here!

Kate vanderVoort

About the presenter: Kate vanderVoort

Kate vanderVoort founded Social Mediology in 2009, to fulfil her passion of connecting people, organisations and ideas. As an early adopter, she has used social media as a tool for building brands, increasing sales, creating social change and building online communities for many years. She has worked on social media strategies and training for some of Australia’s largest corporates and not-for-profits and still has a passion and commitment to helping small business access these powerful marketing tools.

Kate had 15 years experience in the not-for-profit sector in the areas of marketing, online strategy, fundraising and business development. Previous roles have included CEO of Discovery Australia, General Manager of the Quest for Life Foundation and Chairman of the goodcompany Board. Kate has a degree in social work, a Cert IV in workplace training and has completed the AICD Company Directors Course.

Kate has received scholarships to participate in the Leadership Australia Program, AsiaLink Leadership Program, World Youth Leadership Program and the AICD Company Directors Course. She is also a Board member of Samford Commons, a new community owned enterprise which includes a social media and digital connection portal, school of sustainability, urban farming, business hub and other community engagement programs.