Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) October 6, 2006
Mosnar Communications, Inc. a global marketing and public relations firm announced today that nonprofits traditionally reliant on government grants for funding are now turning to other resources.
The firm reported that they have seen an increase in nonprofits launching word-of-mouth-marketing campaigns as fundraising means. In addition, they also noticed a drift in nonprofits forming alliances with online reseller programs that offer nonprofits a percentage of the online sells. Leading the way for nonprofits to launch word-of-mouth-marketing fundraiser campaigns to sell varies services and goods for a profit.
“Many nonprofits are struggling to keep their doors open,” Said Cataunya Ransom, Mosnar’s Chief Marketing Officer. “When it comes to fundraising techniques nonprofits must incorporate new age marketing for survival.”
According to Automatic Life, Inc. a nonprofit minority organ donor awareness group. Andrea Gwyn, Director, stated “fundraising has become increasingly harder and there are so many good causes for individuals to select from.” Gwyn, also stressed “as a nonprofit organization branding is critical to gain public support.”
Mosnar Communications, Inc. offers a free quick and easy how-to guide for nonprofits on launching a word-of-mouth-marketing fundraiser campaign. To learn more please visit their website at http://www.mosnarcommunications.com/nonprofitwomm.html or contact them at 1 (404) 696-4833.
Mosnar Communications Inc. is a privately held company, offering global marketing, public relations, and business development services to small to mid sized businesses and start-ups universal.
Automatic Life, Inc. was organized as a non-profit to encourage minorities to become organ donors to increase minority organ donor survival rates. In addition, the organization is aimed at educating African Americans and Hispanics on the importance of organ donations.
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Mosnar Communications, Inc.