Sarah Ford | December 9, 2014

Sign up Now! 2015 Blogs & Other Marketing Opportunities

Your membership with America’s Charities goes beyond private sector workplace giving campaigns and the Combined Federal Campaign.  Using a variety of media platforms, we’re here to amplify your voice all year long so more potential donors and businesses can learn about and connect with your nonprofit organization.

Click here to download a PDF summary of America’s Charities media opportunities, which includes our blogs and distribution of your news on our website and social media networks.  

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For additional information about these opportunities, please contact Sarah Ford at sford@charities.org.

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