Social Media for Nonprofits
New Why's 360° social media management and strategy services support your outreach and development efforts, so you can focus on doing what you do best: making the world a better place.
We Nurture and Grow Your Online Community
While you nurture and grow your nonprofit.Heck Yeah! Contact Us Now
You'll Be Working with Natalie and Christine
Our social media marketing expertise is matched only by our passion for nonprofit work.
Over the past two decades, Natalie has worked with nonprofits in social and economic justice, the arts, youth and family, gender equality, and more.
Christine’s experience and interests include human rights, feminism and economics, LGBTQI+ health, immigration, and child/teen literacy, among others.
140 characters? We'll get your point across and even throw in a well-appointed #hashtag. Or #two.
Let's keep your community in the loop. Events, surveys, photos, videos, and more.
Share the day-to-day story of your organization, with photos of your staff, services, clients, and passions.
Get people engaged in real time with your events and actions.
Contact us to set up a time to talk. Each of our nonprofit relationships is custom: we base the fees, contracts, and engagement levels on the needs of your nonprofit.Email Us
Featured Nonprofit & Social Media Blog Posts
Here’s a math problem: Your company sells organic baby clothes, so you need some parent influencers to get the word out. You hire a company that will charge you $2,500 to get influential bloggers to tweet about you three times each...
Last week Michelle and I presented at the Food Bank of the Rockies’ second annual Programs Conference, where we were fortunate enough to talk about social media with representatives from the Food Bank’s partner agencies. The partner agencies include churches, nonprofit organizations,...
I’ve been going to the gym a lot lately, and here’s one thing I’ve noticed, since I can’t avoid the TV hanging above me as I workout: CNN does not make me a better person. In fact, I’m pretty sure...
Last week a canvasser from the Blue Bench (formerly the Rape Assistance and Awareness Program) came to my door, and while I often politely and nervously tell canvassers to leave, I decided to listen to her spiel and donate some money to the...