Aug 25, 2010-
Aug 25, 2010
12:00PM - 01:00PM
Using Social Media to Engage Constituents
Using Social Media to Share Your News and Engage Your Donors
Volunteer Center of Sonoma County
Event Description

The digital age has provided new tools for reaching an audience. No longer must a nonprofit rely on the traditional news media and paid advertising to share its story. Public relations expert Gina Cuclis shares tips and techniques for making the most of today’s social media opportunities at a luncheon presentation on August 25.  This presentation will discuss the opportunities social media provides and help nonprofit leaders evaluate which social media make sense for their nonprofit.

Gina Cuclis is a national award-winning public relations consultant with more than two decades combined experience in public relations, marketing, local radio and TV news, and community organizing. She helps businesses and organizations reach their goals by communicating the right message to the right people. Her clients have included nonprofits, special districts and the County of Sonoma Department of Health Services.

This luncheon program is presented by the Wine Country Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP). The local chapter of AFP serves Sonoma, Napa, Mendocino and Marin counties by providing educational programs, networking, career opportunities and extensive online resources for fundraising professionals at all levels. AFP represents nearly 28,000 members in more than 190 chapters worldwide, working to advance philanthropy through advocacy, research, education, and certification programs.

Learn how your non-profit can take advantage of social media at the AFP luncheon on August 25, 2010.

Fee: $25.00

Contact Information
Name: Michelle Pakulak     Email:
Phone: 707-636-4033



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