Social Media Lessons for Nonprofits

Our Guest

Dawn Whalen, Executive Director at Habitat for Humanity of Northwest Connecticut wears many hats. Resource development, management of daily operations, staff, and operational committees,
developing community partnerships and manage existing alliances.
Dawn also manages publication of affiliate newsletter, public website, and other media.

We are so pleased she agreed to share some of her own “lessons learned” on using social media as a nonprofit.

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Guest Announcer

Gene Gurkoff, Founder and CEO of Charity Miles, a free app benefiting charities. Charity Miles is an app allowing bikers  earn up to 10¢ per mile; walkers and runners earn up to 25¢ per mile, all courtesy of corporate sponsors. All they have to do is turn on the app, choose a charity and press start. As you exercise, the app will track the distance and money earned.


#Geek It Out

Donate a Photo app

You take a photo, Johnson & Johnson will  make it a way to do good. For every photo  shared through the Donate a Photo app, Johnson & Johnson donates $1 to a cause you want …


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2 Responses

  1. Social Geek Radio is a tool that EVERY non-profit organization should know about and use to learn how they can maximize the opportunity to fulfill their mission through the use of social media! I am so grateful to Deb Evans and Jack Monson for inviting me to speak about Habitat for Humanity of Northwest Connecticut and how we are taking it to the next level with social media. Thank you!

  2. You were a great guest Dawn and we love what you and your organization are doing!

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