You can help tell the story of the influence of our state's nonprofit organizations as agents of positive social change and as a powerful economic driver everywhere in Arizona.
Arizona nonprofits add tremendous value to our
What is the economic impact of Arizona’s nonprofit sector?
We appreciate your interest in sharing the compelling and inspiring story of Arizona Nonprofits: Economic Power, Positive Impact.
The findings of the report have the potential to dramatically shift Arizonans’ perceptions of the nonprofit sector and reinvigorate their interest in serving as volunteers, partners and leaders as we work to make positive change.
Below you will find some easy-to-use tools for sharing the findings of the report within your own networks. Use these assets as they are, or as a starting point for your own ideas!
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Social Media & Marketing Toolkit for Nonprofits
- Download the Toolkit (PDF document includes pre-written social media posts, talking points, compelling quotes from the report, and sample newsletter content.)
- Download the Toolkit and Images (compressed folder contains the PDF document above plus a variety of images pre-sized for social media)
- Download a Board Presentation (branded PowerPoint file with the report's key findings plus blank slides for your organization's custom content. Designed to share with your board of directors.)
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Images you can use
Here are a few of the images you will find in the compressed folder. If you prefer to download an individual image, click on the thumbnail below.
About the report
The basis for Arizona Nonprofits: Economic Power, Positive Impact is research conducted by the L. William Sediman Research Institute of the W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University, in partnership and on behalf of the Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits, ASU Lodestar Center for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Innovation, and the Phoenix Philanthropy Group.
The project is funded by the Arizona Community Foundation, Maricopa County Industrial Development Authority and Arizona Public Service.