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Cause Influence

Using Your Platform For Good: How Influencers and Celebrities can Establish Meaningful Non-Profit Partnerships

The “influencer effect” is a significant component of my upcoming book, “Good Influence: How to Engage Influencers for Purpose and Profit,” set for release in 2023. It is the power that public figures have to influence specific audiences. At Entertain Impact, we help non-profits tap into this phenomenon to amplify and meet the goals of …

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Art for Cause: How Non-profits Can Partner with Artists for Change

When most non-profits ask about incorporating artists into their awareness and fundraising campaigns, they think about celebrities or influencer personalities. In their minds, what these public figures offer non-profits is their platform and reach. While we wholeheartedly agree with that value proposition, we want to ensure that non-profits don’t overlook the value that artists produce …

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3 Steps to Build Stronger Relationships with Celebrities

One of the biggest challenges you may face when implementing your non-profit’s cause influence strategy is knowing how to effectively ask public figures to support your social good campaign and then leverage that support for future collaborations. Relying on the fact that celebrities are generally philanthropic and willing to engage in cause influence, some non-profit …

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Go Give One: Alexa MacLean shares lessons from leading a global health campaign for vaccine equity

Marketers in the philanthropic space know that spearheading a multi-year campaign is a challenge. From adapting to changing situations to dealing with audience burnout, there are many factors to consider. Make the campaign about a global pandemic, and you’ve got your work cut out for you. Alexa MacLean, the Campaign Lead for the WHO Foundation’s …

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Ambassador Programs vs. Influencer Marketing: What You Need to Know

This month, we’re continuing our series on cause influence, diving into everything you need to know about influencer marketing, celebrity surrogates, and ambassador programs with the intention of providing non-profit and purpose-driven communications leaders a crash-course version of the insights and advice we offer our clients every day. In this installment, we dive into ambassador …

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A Guide to Influencers: Mega, Macro, Micro, and Nano

In August, we published a blog addressing the three most common questions about influencer campaigns. Since, we’ve continued to receive inquiries about specific aspects of influencer marketing. So we’re creating a series: Everything You Need to Know about Cause Influence, Influencer Campaigns, and Ambassador Programs (title is a WIP). In this installment, we prioritize reach …

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A Vision for Philanthropy: Q&A With Tarik Ward, ELMA Music Foundation

Entertain Impact recently caught up with the incomparable Tarik Ward, Director of ELMA Music Foundation, US, which grants investments into non-profit organizations that use music and the arts to improve outcomes for children and youth—organizations like The Music and Youth Development Alliance (MYDA), a nationwide coalition of community-based non-profits that provide arts-based youth development programs. …

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DC for 51 Has Brought Us One Step Closer to Making DC Statehood a Reality

DC statehood is one step closer to becoming a reality as Entertain Impact’s DC for 51 advocacy campaign continues to gain momentum. On April 22, the House of Representatives passed HR 51, the Washington, DC Admission Act, in a 216 to 208 vote, led by Delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton as well as 216 co-sponsors.  The …

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