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How to Become Relevant in 2018 – Practical Advice for Small Non-Profits

Guest Blog – by Sean Carnell @seancarnell28                      Reading Time: 3 minutes, 30 seconds   Before I provide you with particular advice, I think it’s important to mention the following: The outdoor …

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Inexpensive Marketing Tools to Grow Your Friends Group

Operating a small non-profit like a Friends Group takes a lot of work. When you’re coordinating volunteers, raising money, organizing events, or advocating for the National Wildlife Refuge System, your marketing and communication efforts can fall by the wayside if you don’t have enough resources.

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Did You Miss The Friends Assessment Webinar?

Don’t worry, you can catch a recording of the webinar below! 

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Curious About Our Friends Assessment Results?

“How does your Friends group stack up against other groups nationwide? Find out by tuning in to our Friends Assessment Webinar”

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Facebook Enters the Advocacy Game – Launches “Town Hall”

On Monday, Facebook launched a new feature called “Town Hall” that makes it easier for you to contact your congressional leaders to discuss issues that are important to you. Facebook’s Town Hall feature was launched in an effort to increase …

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We’ve Reached 100k!

In celebration of the Refuge Association Facebook page reaching 100,000 likes, here are our most popular Facebook posts. Enjoy!   Piping Plovers: This photo, posted mid August, highlights one of the main species that is protected at Rhode Island National …

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