Upcoming Events

Nonprofit Leaders Series Workshop

Marketing for Nonprofits: How to Begin Doing a Lot with a Little
Instructor: Joey DiFranco
Date: November 7, 2018
Time: 8:30am-12:00pm
Location: University Center
80 Livingston Blvd
Gaylord, MI 49735
Cost: $20.00, pre-registration is required
Maximum Number of Participants: 30

This high-level presentation with cover some core fundamentals through a non-profit lens. We will look at how to craft personas, how to use your internal resources and how to leverage your external connections for greater impact. Once you comprehend the “why” of your mission you can confidently provide resources and select channels for execution.

Joey DiFranco lives in the digital marketing space. He has over ten years of creative and marketing experience in agency and in-house settings. He graduated from the Savannah College of Arts & Design with a Bachelors of Fine Arts in Film & Television Production in 2007. He has always loved being a storyteller, so this is a natural career fit. Currently he works at TentCraft as a Digital Marketing Specialist and helps guide their marketing efforts and strategy through the digital lens. He is happy to call Leelanau County his home and enjoys spending copious amounts of time outdoors with his wife Shelli and their sons Renzo & Rocco.
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The Regional Nonprofit Leaders Series is presented by

With support from Line 45 Mapping & Software Solutions

Each year hundreds of people give their time and energy to volunteer with Huron Pines and participate in hands-on, feet-wet conservation projects all over Northeast Michigan. These projects have stabilized eroding streambanks, replanted young jack pine forest, pushed back noxious invasive plants, improved wildlife habitat and expanded access to recreation in many ways and locations across our beautiful state. These efforts have made important impacts directly on the ground for Great Lakes natural resources, and indirectly by encouraging people to care about protecting wild areas.

Our events are tied to our mission to conserve the forests, lakes and streams of Northeast Michigan.
Our events provide a safe, positive, friendly and helpful learning environment.
Our events engage people with diverse backgrounds and interests, and empower new conservation leaders.
Our events address a real need and have measurable benefits to Michigan’s natural resources.
Our events are inclusive and offer several tasks for participants of different ability levels.
Our events educate community members about ecological issues and methods to solve or prevent.
Our events are connected with efforts of other conservation organizations across the state.

Not able to make any of the events or have an for an idea for a future event? Contact info@huronpines.org