Building a Culture of Storytelling through Social Media
What is this workshop about?
Stories have the power to spark movements, raise droves of volunteers, and most importantly; solve problems. But stories with impact don’t just happen-they’re strategically planned, creatively designed to achieve measurable outcomes. In this workshop, we will explore simple and tactical ways your organization’s most impactful stories can be shared across digital media for better advocacy, fundraising, and impact. We will also dive into tips on what to post when and how to share it most effectively.
Who should attend this workshop?
Leaders of nonprofits, foundations, or agencies who are looking to use social media better and recognize that digital media is constantly changing
Wednesday, September 28th
Location: Greenwood Chamber of Commerce, 402 Hwy 82 West, Greenwood, Mississippi 38930
$15 per person
After you register using this link you will be emailed a link to pay online.
Get to know the Workshop Presenters:
Andrew Bartolotta is a digital media professional who has connected passion with purpose through technology for several years. As Communications Manager for Lipscomb & Pitts Insurance, LLC and the LPBC, he assists with various events and efforts to advance the corporate activation landscape and coordinate marketing and research projects for the company. Equipped with both design and marketing skills, Andrew uses his expansive network to empower community problem solvers to ignite change through digital media.
This training is presented by Volunteer Northwest Mississippi, the Greenwood Chamber of Commerce, and the Community Foundation of Northwest Mississippi.
See next month’s newsletter for an invitation to a workshop on grant-writing.