Want to learn how to improve your nonprofit’s social media presence? Enter the Show Us Where You Work! Facebook Contest to stand a chance to win an Extensive Social Media Consultation (valued at USD$5,000) for your nonprofit with Heather Mansfield of Nonprofit Tech for Good.
To enter the contest, simply post a photo on the Microsoft Asia Pacific Citizenship Facebook page using the theme ‘Show Us Where You Work!’. Inspire us with your creativity and humour! Most importantly, have fun! The photo can be of yourself or your colleagues; with or without your clients or beneficiaries; in your office, outside or wherever you normally make things happen for your nonprofit. We want to see where you work! The contest runs 12-30 January 2015.
Upload your photo in the comment section of the Contest Post on the Microsoft Asia Pacific Citizenship Facebook page. Alternatively, send your photo entry through a private message to our Facebook page or to firstname.lastname@example.org. Make sure to write the name of the nonprofit you represent and the country where your organisation is located (Australia or New Zealand nonprofits only) in the comment field. That’s all there is to it!
If entering as an individual on behalf of a non-profit, use your personal Facebook profile to post the entry, mention the nonprofit you represent and the country (Australia or New Zealand nonprofits only). You must be employed by or certified to represent the organisation on whose behalf you’re entering the contest. If entering as an organisation, use the nonprofit’s Facebook Page account to post the entry. All submissions must be made in English.
All eligible entries will be reviewed by a judging panel of Microsoft representatives. The top 5 entries will be awarded finalist prizes. The most creative, humourous or inspiring entry (as determined by the judging panel, in its sole discretion) will win the grand prize.
The grand prize is a comprehensive review of your nonprofit’s website, e-newsletter, ‘Donate Now’ process, blog, social networking communities and mobile communications strategy by one of the foremost experts on social media for nonprofits.
Five finalists will each receive a copy of Heather Mansfield’s Mobile for Good: A How-To Fundraising Guide for Nonprofits. The finalists and grand prize winner will be announced on 9 February 2015 and their entries will be posted on the Microsoft Asia Pacific Citizenship Facebook page and the Microsoft Asia Pacific Citizenship blog.
That’s all there is to it! Inspire us with what you do – show us where you work! The contest ends 30 January 2015.
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More details on the prizes can be found here.
Nonprofits must be registered in Australia or New Zealand and meet Microsoft eligibility guidelines.
By entering this contest, you agree to the terms and conditions.