March 10 at 1pm! Join Carol Cone to Discuss Cause Marketing, Private-Public Partnerships & More
Join the "mother of cause marketing", Carol Cone, for a live Twitter Chat on Tuesday, March 10 from 1:00-2:00 pm EST. Carol will lead a conversation on how to fully leverage the power of people and technology to support causes and answer questions such as:
- How can you structure successful private-public partnerships?
- What can you do to inspire employees and peers to give to causes you care about?
- What exactly is P2P fundraising and how can your organization use it to engage colleagues in giving?
- What are best practices for P2P?
- If an organization is new to P2P, where should they start?
Submit Your Questions!
Have a question you would like Carol to cover during the Twitter Chat? Email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org and be sure to join the Twitter Chat for answers.
Who Should Participate?
This Twitter Chat is ideal for professionals in community relations, workplace giving, public affairs, community involvement, corporate philanthropy, HR/employee benefits, health and wellness, diversity and sustainability.
How to Participate:
There’s no cost to participate! To join the Twitter Chat, follow the hash tag #CharitiesAtWork on Twitter, or join the discussion in our Charities@Work Twitter chat room: http://bit.ly/18vpOwN on March 10th between 1:00-2:00 pm EST.
Will you be joining us? Let us know!
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Looking forward to the P2P Fundraising #CharitiesAtWork Twitter Chat March 10th 1-2pm w/ @CarolCone! Join me at http://bit.ly/18vpOwN
Carol Cone @CarolCone leads Edelman’s CSR, sustainability and citizenship offering, a team of more than 100 worldwide. Before joining Edelman, she was the founder and CEO of Cone, Inc., where she pioneered the practice of companies and brands linking to social issues for commercial success and societal impact. Carol also created the world’s first cause related research, and over the years has executed dozens of studies with citizens, employees and executives. Through this work she is a requested expert around the globe, and has been called “arguably the most powerful and visible figure in the world of cause branding” by PRWeek. Read more about Carol Cone.