50 Social Media Content Ideas for Nonprofits

Cheryl Black

Tell me, does this sound familiar:

You’re staring at your organization’s Facebook page and the writer’s block is more like a writer’s mountain. You have absolutely no idea what you are going to post to Facebook, let alone the (seemingly) 500 tweets you need to come up with.

Writing two sentences (or even just one!) has never felt more daunting.

Good news: bookmark this cheat sheet and you’ll never draw a blank again. Here’s 50 ideas that will keep your nonprofit social media presence alive and healthy all year long.

Mission Moments
Photo of your mission in action
Quote from service recipient
At-home activities (ex. Remember to turn off lights when you leave a room.)
Success story (ex. Tim made an A on his math test!)
Your video PSA

Receiving Service
Online member registration
How to get service (ex. Stop by our south clinic for a flu shot.)
Change in office hours


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Posted on July 11, 2013, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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