E-Outreach & Networking
Chapters are increasingly using interactive websites, e-newsletters, and social networking to communicate news and information to members and to raise public awareness around conservation issues.
The information provided below focuses on a wide range of electronic forms of communication and provides basic descriptions along with resources and examples of how Audubon and Chapters are using various communication tools. If would like to see more detailed information, we encourage you to explore the Web where the amount of information online regarding e-communication for non-profit organizations is extensive.
A word of caution
It is important to remember when publishing content on public websites that anyone, anywhere in the world with access to the Internet can obtain the information you provide. Be sure not to post sensitive information, and never post a member’s photos, email address or other personal information without prior written permission. Many forms of e-communication also have privacy settings that can be adjusted so that only certain people (e.g., registered users) are allowed to view the information, post comments, or participate in a discussion.
Free resources and training providers
- PowerPoint Presentation: Getting Your Chapter Online and Making the Most of It
- Guidestar newsletters
- Network for Good
Please browse E-Outreach and Networking topics in more depth, below: