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Edition 14: Using Twitter to engage your audience, Website builders to boost impact, Empowering marginalized women in tech

In this issue, we explore ways you can use Twitter to engage your audience, help you find the right website builder, discuss a great nonprofittechniques for identifying potential donors, highlight a powerful project management tool for nonprofits, share a case study of an organization working to empower marginalised women in technology.

Stay informed and inspired as we bring you valuable content to support your mission and positively impact your community. Enjoy this edition of our newsletter.

Using Twitter to Engage Your Target Audience

Twitter can be an incredibly powerful tool for nonprofits looking to engage with their target audience and build a strong online presence. By leveraging the platform's unique features, nonprofits can connect with supporters, share their mission and impact, and drive donations and engagement. From crafting compelling tweets to utilising hashtags and engaging with followers, there are many techniques nonprofits can use to make the most of their Twitter presence. Whether you're just starting out or looking to optimise your existing strategy, these tips can help your nonprofit increase its reach and impact on Twitter. Check out this resource (read here) to learn more about how your nonprofit can use Twitter to engage your target audience.

Website Builders to boost impact

A good website for your nonprofit is important to appear credible, showcase your impact and boost donor engagement. You don’t need to be a tech wizard to make a website. There are many pro-sumer level tools available, which are flexible yet simple. If in the future you wanted to bring website developers and engineers on board, many of these tools also offer you the flexibility to get into the weeds of things and write code. Many website builders also give you the option to accept payments securely. Many builders prioiritise design, and this can be a great way for you to showcase case studies, videos, and testimonials. There is a right website builder out there for you - for your needs, and your budget. Start by reading this blog. 


ANUDIP is a nonprofit organisation dedicated to empowering marginalised women in technology through skill-building and job training programs. Through its innovative approach, ANUDIP provides women with access to technology education and training, helping them to acquire the skills and knowledge they need to succeed in today's digital economy. By empowering women in technology, ANUDIP is not only improving their own lives but also contributing to a more equitable and inclusive society. This impact story is a testament to the power of technology education in creating meaningful social change and is an inspiration for other nonprofits and social impact organisations working to empower marginalised communities. To know more about this organisation’s endeavour, read here.

Akzo Nobel India’s Project Indradhanush unlocks women power across 200 villages

Akzo Nobel India’s Project Indradhanush is a great example of how corporate social responsibility can bring about positive change in rural India. The project has unlocked the potential of women across 200 villages, by providing them with training in skills such as tailoring, weaving, and embroidery. This has not only created livelihood opportunities for these women but also helped them become financially independent. In addition, the project has also helped improve access to healthcare and education in these villages. Overall, Akzo Nobel India’s Project Indradhanush is a testament to the power of corporate social responsibility in bringing about meaningful and sustainable change in rural communities. Read more about this, here.

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