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5 LinkedIn Groups Every Non-profit Professional Should Join

Written by Jolanda Konarska

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Check out these 5 Non-profit LinkedIn groups that we have found to be both engaging and insightful.

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You don’t need us to tell you that the community around Non-profits and philanthropy is vast! It’s a great community where people can share each other’s mission, knowledge, and stories.
LinkedIn Groups have been a great way to connect with like-minded individuals who have the same passions and interests as ourselves.
LinkedIn groups have become the go-to place for professionals seeking to engage with their peers. Whether it’s a question or a new idea, sharing them in these groups is a great way to proactively seeking feedback from this online community.
Due to the increasing number of groups, it can be difficult to decide which group you want to join. Within the Non-profit space alone, there are countless groups focused on topics ranging from fundraising to marketing, so which one do you choose?

How do you find a LinkedIn group worth joining?

Rather than spending time searching for new groups or filtering through recent discussions, check out these 5 Non-profit LinkedIn groups that we have found to be both engaging and insightful.

Development and Fundraising Professionals

This group has over 40,000 members and is ran by the ‘Chronicles of Philanthropy’ team. This group is focused on ideas and knowledge around fundraising for your Non-profit. In this group, members can connect with other Non-profit professionals and share the latest news and views about Non-profit fundraising and development.

Non-profit Management Professionals

This group has over 30,000 members and provides a place for convenient networking for Non-profit NGO executives, founders, managers and fundraisers. This group is great if you are looking for temporary and direct hiring opportunities. They also serve as a platform for professional consulting in the global NGO and Non-profit industry.

Non-profit Marketing 

This group has over 99,000 members and is an excellent place for all Non-profit direct marketing, PR, social media, grants and digital engagement. This is a place to share your own marketing tips and learn from experts in the industry. There are roughly 3,622 UK members (with the rest being international), meaning you are sure to learn some great marketing tips from around the world!

Social Media for Non-profit Organizations 

This group has over 100,000 members and is primarily for Non-profit Social Media. Being a part of this group will help you stay on top of alterations, layout changes, and different platforms. This is a great group to be a part of if you want to keep up-to-date on how other Non-profits use Social Media to drive change.

Non-profit Network

The Non-profit Network group is an international LinkedIn. This group is for discussions ranging from social media, marketing, project management, fundraising, policy, project management. This is an excellent group for connecting with people who over are all over the world.

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