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Millennials Say Start with Your Website

Want a Younger Donor Base? Millennials Say Start with Your Website

Millennials are growing up in a digital world, and, if you want to reach this audience, nonprofit organizations need to be accessible.

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Millennials are Finding Their Place in the Nonprofit Workforce

Millennials are Finding Their Place in the Nonprofit Workforce

More than 200 emerging and established nonprofit leaders converged on North Carolina State University’s McKimmon Center in May for the fourth annual #NonprofitSTRONG summit.

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Experiencing Information Overload?

Experiencing Information Overload?

Writing in the June 4, 2018 issue of Philanthropy Journal News, Marshéle Carter and Olivia Ballard provide a list of a few valuable blogs for nonprofit professionals.

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Father's Love

Honeysuckle, Lightning Bugs and A Father's Love

Writing in the May/June 2018 issue of Chapel Hill Magazine, Marshele Carter reminisces on her life growing up in Chapel Hill and her memories of a very special man in her life: her father.

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Summer melon

One Melon At A Time

Writing in the May 2018 issue of Our State magazine, Marshele Carter remembers how summers spent shucking corn and bagging cantaloupes at a produce market in Kannapolis left their mark in memory and wisdom.

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Service-learning programs

Are News Releases a Thing of the Past?

Writing for Philanthropy Journal News, Marshele Carter and Carolina Cause intern Emily Magnus (who is a senior at UNC-Chapel Hill majoring in Public Relations and Religious Studies) penned an article about why News Releases are still the Queen of the Media Kit and how you might improve yours.

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Service-learning programs

Service-Learning Programs Prove to Be a Valuable Resource for Nonprofits

Writing for Philanthropy Journal News, Marshele Carter and Carolina Cause intern Emily Magnus (who is a senior at UNC-Chapel Hill majoring in Public Relations and Religious Studies) penned an article about service-learning programs on many university campuses that non-profits can take advantage of.

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Marshele Carter - Tar Heel native

Our State - For a Chapel Hill Native, Being a Tar Heel is Timeless

Writing in the September 2017 issue of Our State magazine, Carolina Cause Communications' own Marshéle Carter remembers what it was like growing up in Chapel Hill, and what it was like coming back years later.

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Taking Flight with the Wright Brothers

Our State - Taking Flight with the Wright Brothers

Writing in the September 2017 issue of Our State magazine, Carolina Cause Communications' own Marshéle Carter writes about a trip she took to the Wright Brothers' Memorial, and some surprising things she learned.

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