Social Media for Non-Profits

August 15, 9:00am - 12:00pm
Mānoa Campus, Sakamaki C-101

What if you could incite the next ice bucket challenge?

Nonprofits today use social media for communications, advocacy, fundraising and more. Learn why campaigns go viral, how to succeed by showing up, the power of the “social” relationship, what constitutes a perfect post, storytelling over pitch, the do’s and don’ts of asking for money on social, creating a volunteer garden, organic vs paid visibility, how to do a lot with a little, best social platforms and listening tools, and metrics you should be watching and how to find them. This is a class designed for beginner to intermediate social media users, and for business application.

Karen Weikert is the co-founder of Wahine Media, a local social media agency. Attentive to the humanization of business and the world-changing impact social media has in this relationship economy, she teaches businesses/nonprofits how to inspire, influence and impact an audience online. ( Karen is an author, speaker, coach, consultant, and radio talk show guest. One of Hawaii`s Top 15 Social Media Influencers in 2012, she has over 14 years of digital media and marketing experience.

Ticket Information
Call 956-8400 to register - $50 workshop fee

Event Sponsor
Pacific New Media, Outreach College, Mānoa Campus

More Information
Susan Horowitz, (808) 956-8244,,

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