DNA Creative Communications (DNA), in collaboration with the Community Foundation of Greenville, the Hollingsworth Funds, Inc, and United Way of Greenville County, hosted a session, “Web Fusion 2.0: Finding Your Web Future,” as a part of their “Shine the Light on Your Nonprofit” educational series on July 25th at the Salvation Army Ray & Joan Kroc Corps Community Center.
Over 60 staff members of nonprofit organizations across the Upstate attended the seminar which focused on social media tactics to help improve nonprofits’ online communications. The session addressed the many different ways to utilize social media platforms in order to maintain a successful online presence. “Web Fusion 2.0” featured special presentations by Melanie Mathos and Chad Norman, co-authors of the book, 101 Social Media Tactics for Nonprofits and Anne Decabooter, owner at Booter, Inc.
“Having a nonprofit specific session on social media and digital media helped me focus how we should be utilizing these methods to increase awareness of our mission and even fundraise for our programs,” said Beth Jamieson, community resource director at Greenville First Steps.
The “Shine the Light on Your Nonprofit” series was originally developed in 2010 as a resource to help the widespread communications needs among the nonprofit community. The next session of the 2012 series is “Brand Handling: Expanding the Power of Your Message” It will be held on September 12th at the Salvation Army Ray & Joan Kroc Corps Community Center. To find out more or to register for a future seminar, visit DNA’s website at www.dnacc.com or call 864-235-0959 extension 0.
The 2012 series sponsors are the Community Foundation of Greenville, United Way of Greenville County, Hollingsworth Funds, Inc., Dixon Hughes Goodman, Greenville Hospital System University Medical Center, Sullivan Company, Greenville Journal, Martin Printing Company, and TOWN Magazine.
DNA Creative Communications
DNA is the leading communications partner for nonprofit and government organizations that enhance the quality of life in their communities. We focus our efforts on the education, human service, and sustainability sectors by offering a variety of targeted strategies including: brand positioning; online, media and crisis communications; community outreach programs; and special events.
On an annual basis, DNA offers our Live Here Give Here program and Shine the Light on Your Nonprofit educational series. DNA is the proud recipient of the Greenville Chamber’s 2005 Small Business of the Year Award and the Community Foundation of Greenville’s 2011 Creative Spirit Award. For more information, please call 864-235-0959 ext 2 or visit www.dnacc.com.