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066: Can you rebuild donor trust with these marketing fixes? [Video]

In this week’s Good Marketing Brief, Nhu and Noah discuss … *A peek into building a trusted nonprofit brand 🎧https://www.feathr.co/unplugged?wchannelid=bzmasafxci&wmediaid=fgpt7crlmd*What to do about the trust crisis 📖https://www.philanthropy.com/article/the-nonprofit-trust-crisis-why-the-little-stuff-matters*A dive into Candid’s social media strategy 📖https://blog.candid.org/post/how-to-create-a-nonprofit-social-media-plan-using-data/*Building your brand with a customer promise 📖https://hbr.org/2024/01/the-right-way-to-build-your-brand?ab=HP-topics-text-11*How MDDS boosts audience engagement 📖https://www.feathr.co/resources/casestudies/mddsRead and subscribe to the Good Marketing Brief newsletter 👉 https://feathr.co/brief***Hosted by the brilliant team at Feathr (https://www.feathr.co/).Feathr is the nonprofit marketing platform designed to help mission and member-based organizations build purposeful connections with their community to grow impact with confidence. Special thanks to Feathr’s very own Max Anderson, who wrote and performed our theme song.

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A veteran now has a place to sleep thanks to V.E.T.S. nonprofit [Video]

For years, a 64-year-old Marine veteran has been living on the streets of Maine. Now, thanks to Boothbay V.E.T.S., John Thorn has a place to sleep.Ed Harmon’s Boothbay Veterans Emergency Temporary Shelter organization has a goal to get homeless veterans off the ground and into beds.”Three years ago, when we started this, the number was 101 that we knew that were on the ground sleeping. Now it’s around 288. They’re back under a bridge. They’re on somebody’s car, or they’re in somebody’s garage. And they don’t know that they’re trying to get out of the cold, but they’re on the ground freezing,” Harmon said. Harmon’s organization builds trailers that offer veterans a warm place to sleep. He says if someone’s willing to plug in the trailer, the nonprofit will bring it out.Once a person is able to get back on their feet, Harmon says they clean up the trailer, refurbish it and put them back out.For Thorn, having a place to sleep means a lot.”Here, I have a bed, I have safety. I know it’s right here, right in front of my face, and it’s still hard to believe, I can’t. Like here, it’s another step, hopefully. Another step somewhere,” he said.

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Watchman: Trump Was Mysteriously Convinced To Cede the COVID Response (And Practically Speaking, Control of the Nation) to the National Security Council. Civil LibertiesFreedom of Assembly, Worship, the Right To Travel, To Earn Ones Living, To Pursue Ones Education, To Obtain Legal ReliefWere Rendered Null and Void By Trump/Anthony Fauci.Will The People Make The Same Mistake Again! [Video]

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A veteran now has a place to sleep thanks to V.E.T.S. nonprofit [Video]

For years, a 64-year-old Marine veteran has been living on the streets of Maine. Now, thanks to Boothbay V.E.T.S., John Thorn has a place to sleep.Ed Harmon’s Boothbay Veterans Emergency Temporary Shelter organization has a goal to get homeless veterans off the ground and into beds.”Three years ago, when we started this, the number was 101 that we knew that were on the ground sleeping. Now it’s around 288. They’re back under a bridge. They’re on somebody’s car, or they’re in somebody’s garage. And they don’t know that they’re trying to get out of the cold, but they’re on the ground freezing,” Harmon said. Harmon’s organization builds trailers that offer veterans a warm place to sleep. He says if someone’s willing to plug in the trailer, the nonprofit will bring it out.Once a person is able to get back on their feet, Harmon says they clean up the trailer, refurbish it and put them back out.For Thorn, having a place to sleep means a lot.”Here, I have a bed, I have safety. I know it’s right here, right in front of my face, and it’s still hard to believe, I can’t. Like here, it’s another step, hopefully. Another step somewhere,” he said.