Successful Marketing for Not-For-Profits

Posted on: November 18, 2013 by Nettel Media

Category: General

Successful Marketing for Not-For-Profits


Many not-for-profits face the challenge of promoting activities and raising funds  a  while trying to remain on budget. It may seem difficult to garner the attention your company is hoping for, however targeted, cost-effective marketing is possible for not-for-profits.


This Thursday, November 21st at the Holiday Inn Oakville Centre, the Halton Peel Communications Association (HPCA) will be hosting “Successful Marketing for Not-for-Profits”.


Running from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m., the event will discuss a range of marketing and communications obstacles non-profits face along with the strategies to overcome them. This meeting would be ideal for consultants, professional communicators, students along with staff, board members and volunteers in the not-for-profit industry.


This interactive event features a panel of professional communicators who have experience working in the non-profit sector. They will share their successes and the various obstacles they’ve encountered in attaining their goals.

Want to learn more about this event? Take a sneak peak by checking out a podcast interview with the panelists that will be at this event.

Panelists include:
Eric Doubt, Creative Director, Communications Associates
Sarah McPherson, Director of Communications and Development, Oakville Community Foundation
Ric Riordon, Brand Strategist and Accounts Director, Riordon Design
Lisa Zarzeczny, Manager of Marketing and Communications, United Way of Oakville 


Click here for more information.


Student and non-profit industry tickets are $10,  Sheridan College students are free and all other professionals are $25.

As a member of the HPCA, we enjoy events such as this and encourage you to attend. We have had the pleasure of doing videos for some not for profit organizations and look forward to doing more work in this sector.


The Halton-Peel Communications Association is a collaborative organization for communications professionals who are self-employed or freelancers. The HPCA focuses on a culture of professional development, discussing current trends in the communications industry among its members of varying disciplines.


Click here to find out more about HPCA.


See you there!


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