Leading a Non-profit probably doesn’t leave you with much time to search for relevant blogs, which is why we have put together a list of Non-profit blogs to follow, so keep reading!
Non-profit Tech for Good is a blog created by Heather Mansfield, who is considered a pioneer in the Non-profit world for utilising social media for good. Mansfield has also been named one of TIME Magazine’s Best Twitter Feeds of 2013 and is the author of the best-selling book Social Media for Social Good: A How-To Guide for Nonprofits.
Non-profit Tech for Good is an excellent Non-profit blog to follow if you’re looking for blogs that are easy to follow and contain actionable advice.
Vu Le (pronounced “voo lay”) is a writer, speaker, vegan, and the former Executive Director of RVC, a Non-profit in Seattle. Although he’s based in America, there are many similarities in the Non-profit world across the pond, and we’re sure his blogs will make you laugh too! His humour, tied in with his experience in the Non-profit sector, make his website a great one to follow. Vu Le covers topics from board relations to office culture and so much more. He publishes a new post every Monday.
The #501 Social Blog was created by Julia Campbell, who is a Non-profit social media and marketing expert. So if you’re looking for helpful advice with anything social media or digital marketing related, her blog is the one to follow. Her blogs are easy to read, and she also offers a ‘How to Build Your Nonprofit Email List Using Your Website & Social Media’ guide on her site.
The Modern Non-profit blog covers everything from donor management to engagement on their blogs. The Modern Non-profit also contains other free resources, including e-books, stories, and updated information on how you can help your Non-profit through the current Covid-19 pandemic.
They also have a free ‘Learn the basics to build a successful fundraising strategy for your nonprofit’ e-book available to download.