BringMeTheNews wants to help promote your nonprofit

BringMeTheNews is on a mission to celebrate the great work done by nonprofits in the state of Minnesota! To showcase the accomplishments of organizations in our state, BringMeTheNews has created the BringMeTheNews Gives Back Advertising Grant program. Each month for one year, BringMeTheNews will feature one nonprofit on bringmethenews.com, sharing the accomplishments of the organization and informing readers of its mission.
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BringMeTheNews is on a mission to celebrate the great work done by nonprofits in the state of Minnesota! To showcase the accomplishments of organizations in our state, BringMeTheNews has created BringMeTheNews Gives Back. Each month for one year, BringMeTheNews will feature one nonprofit on bringmethenews.com, sharing the accomplishments of the organization and informing readers of its mission.

About the Program
The main purpose is to enhance the visibility, online presence, community engagement and fundraising efforts of qualifying nonprofit institutions.

Selected nonprofits will have the opportunity to publish four pieces of content on bringmethenews.com. Information can include articles, success stories, case studies and testimonial—material that tells the story of your organization’s mission and work. The material you submit will also be shared with our audiences on Facebook and Twitter.

Deadline
Beginning Tuesday, Sept. 4, 2012, BringMeTheNews will review submissions upon arrival and awards will be made on a first-come, first-served basis until all 12 months have been awarded.

- Rick Kupchella
CEO BringMeTheNews

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