Posts Tagged ‘communications’

Supporter Engagement Manager – Vision Christian Media Brisbane

Written by Kim Wilkinson on . Posted in Radio Positions Vacant

Vision Christian Media are looking for a Manager responsible for the development and execution of the Supporter Engagement Strategy which incorporates Fundraising through relationship development and communications (through a variety of channels), new supporter acquisition, advocacy, major donor relations, corporate donations, grant solicitation, and in-kind resources.

Communications Coordinator – Open Doors Australia

Written by Gutenberg on . Posted in Old Stories

Communications Coordinator
Full Time – Sydney based (Frenchs Forest)

Open Doors is a unique ministry serving persecuted Christians and currently conducts far-reaching and comprehensive programs in most countries where Christians are embattled for their faith in Jesus Christ.

We currently have a full-time opportunity for a highly skilled person in the role of Communications Coordinator as a member of the Marketing and Communications team.

The Communications Coordinator role assists with writing and editing a number of in-house resources from field reports in order to communicate the message of persecuted Christians worldwide with Christian media and Christians in Australia.

Why the best marketers always stay in contact with everyone

Written by Gutenberg on . Posted in News & Updates

Hootville logo_180x120Charities should communicate with everyone they come into contact with, not just established supporters, according to not-for-profit communications gurus Hootville.

In a recent post “Stay in touch. we mean it: Advice on staying in touch, growing email databases and content marketing” Hootville’s Brett de Hoedt explains why the best marketers always stay in contact with everyone, the best way to do it and why content is vital.

The Donor Life Cycle

Written by Gutenberg on . Posted in News & Updates

Pursuant logo_180x83Treating donors differently after they give to your cause is the key to keeping them as financial partners, according to this great article from Pursuant.

“The secret to retaining and upgrading donors for life lies in honoring the profound changes that occur to our donor’s expectations after they make a gift.” writes Rachel Muir.