Easier Said Than Done
With the pandemic, our world has drastically changed, and continues to change everyday. Being a nonprofit organization during this time has definitely been challenging at times. With a lot of people out of work, few have the extra money to make generous donations that our program relies on to be successful. With prices of everything going up, we unfortunately need donations now more than ever. Although the pandemic has brought us some great opportunities, being a nonprofit organization during these times has been different for us in many ways. We cannot have the big events we would like to in order to raise funds. We sometimes cannot meet those we are helping face to face to get that personal connection we like to have. It is extremely important to support your nonprofits and small businesses during these tough times, no matter the amount. We appreciate all generous donations in order to stay afloat during the pandemic and continue to provide the services and resources that we do to veterans and those living with disabilities.
World Gone Digital
Every second you turn around there is a new social media platform, new filter, or new trend. With everything turning digital, we have lost that human interaction. As someone who works completely from home now, much of the work I do involves reaching people on an impersonal level. That human and social interaction has changed drastically and almost has disappeared. Don’t get me wrong, it is amazing to meet so many different people and organizations through media, but we miss that face to face connection. So much of what we do and provide is personal. Learning to approach things differently through the digital world has been a change for us. However, it is something we hope to continue seeing success with in order to keep up with today’s technology. We need to remain diligent in our missions and efforts to provide the services that we do. With that being said, go check us out on Instagram and Facebook, LOL!
2 Replies to “The Reality of Marketing a Nonprofit During The Pandemic”
Charles J Desrosiers30 Dec 2021
I love it! You hit the mark with the world being a completely different place amidst the pandemic and how we’ve all adapted in our own way to this inevitable change that has shaped our society to make ua geared more towards a digital lifestyle, and I couldn’t agree with you more that it has indeed taken much if the human element that somebody like myself has become accustomed too. We should all focus on how we can adapt to this change moving forward and keep an open mind to brighter days.
Candice Dionne30 Dec 2021
You do such a great job both personally and professionally I do hope 2022 will find everyone in a better place and able to continue to help the foundation to assist our veterans and those with disabilities. Keep up the good work!
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