Liking other Pages is a great way to stay up to date on what’s going on in the world, the sector and in your corner of it. Additionally, it’s a great way to develop relationships with other nonprofits and groups to share best practices, form partnerships and even set up sponsorships. Finally, everything you do on Facebook communicates something about your organization to your audience. So show your volunteers and other constituents that you’re an active member of the online community, and they’ll be more inclined to become more involved with you.
Unfortunately, there’s not yet a comprehensive list of Facebook Pages that nonprofits should follow. So we listed some of our favorites below for you to check out.
Pages That Will Help You Communicate Your Message to Potential Volunteers
Pages to Connect You With Other Organizations and Keep You Up-To-Date
As an individual, you can “like” these Pages by clicking on the big “Like” button at the top of their Page. If you want your organization to follow them, you can choose them as one of your Page’s “favorites” by clicking “add to my page’s favorites” below the profile picture.
Which Facebook Pages does your nonprofit follow? Suggest some more for us in the comments!
This post was originally published on December 21, 2010 on Engaging Volunteers.
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