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Canva is on a mission to empower the whole world to design. With its free Canva for Nonprofits program, registered nonprofits, social impact organisations and health organisations can apply for a free Canva Pro plan and unlock a whole suite of premium design features. With Canva Pro for Nonprofits, you can build your brand, create campaigns and marketing materials, and design the change you want to see in the world.
Check the eligibility guidelines for your country and apply for your free Canva Pro account at canva.com/nonprofits
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During this free nonprofit webinar you will learn:
- What is a brand?
- Why branding matters for your nonprofit
- How to create a brand: from purpose to identity
- The building blocks of your brand
- How to manage your brand using Canva
- How to unlock Canva Pro for free for your nonprofit
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What is CharityHowTo?
The Most Comprehensive Nonprofit Professional Development & Education Platform in the World!
Our mission is to provide the highest quality and best value remote nonprofit professional development education and training available anywhere in the world. By leveraging the CharityHowTo Nonprofit Professional development and education platform, nonprofit professionals can excel at their job, their careers, and create a bigger impact for the causes they care about.
Who is CharityHowTo?
CharityHowTo is the premier online learning center for nonprofit professionals around the world. Our nonprofit webinar topics include virtual events, social media, grant writing, Nonprofit marketing, board management, online fundraising, and much more.
Our trainings are built around our core standards:
Authenticity - what you see is what you get. We work hard to be transparent about the information you will learn when you sign up for a free or premium training.
Simple & Actionable - Our nonprofit experts create easy-to-follow, step-by-step webinars. Each webinar includes resources to help you put what you learn into action for your nonprofit organization. Listen, watch, learn, and implement, it's that easy.
Highly-Vetted Teachers - Our webinar expert presenters have countless years of experience working in the trenches at nonprofits just like yours, and are vetted to ensure that they are some of the most successful experts in their fields.
Customer-Centric - We are serious about ensuring our customers have the best possible experience with us. Our team is highly responsive to your requests with a quick turnaround time.
Bonus, when you register:
- You get a free CharityHowTo account
- The webinar recording will be added to your CharityHowTo library.
- When logged in you can browse and add other FREE items to your CharityHowTo library.
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What Attendees Said about This Nonprofit Webinar for Nonprofit Professionals:
“During this webinar, I gained extremely valuable knowledge that I can't wait to take back to my team! Thank you for this resource!”
Peyton Richmond, The Service Collaborative Of WNY
“The examples of different logo and font styles were insightful and will influence our branding. The presentation prompts further strategic discussions with our team on our branding goals and the need to be clear on the image we are intending to consistently make on our audience(s).”
Dan Powers, Society for Science at User Research Facilities
“I have been using Canva and already loving it, but this webinar showed me even more tools to use regarding branding which will make all I create even better!!”
Mary-Anne Schelb,JGS Lifecare, Inc
“Having FREE webinars is extremely helpful when your organization is just starting out and lacks funding. I appreciate these webinars because they offer such robust information!”
DaVona Pacley, Erie’s Black WallsTREET
“Presenter was extremely knowledgeable. He covered a lot of information but in such a well organized manner it was not overwhelming, and left us with a great resource guide to put what we learned into practice.”
Lynda Laird, Kingston Health Sciences Centre
“The Canva for Nonprofits webinar included great info on how to approach brand development and management, and how to use Canva to do both. Arturo gave attendees a basis in what branding consists of before showing us how Canva can help us to improve brand management for our non-profits. As a new Communications Manager at a small under resourced non-profit, this was an invaluable webinar on how to help our team be more consistent with branding in a way that doesn't overextend staff who wear a lot of hats!
Heather Terrell, Mechanics' Institute
“Extremely informative; easy to understand and put into practice. Thank you.”
Gregory Cristen, WEDI
“Thanks so very much to CharityHowTo for presenting such an incredible seminar on Canva. I had no idea that as a member our non-profit had access to Canva Pro at no cost!
Lisa Christopher, Vestavia Hills Chamber of Commerce Foundation
“I've used Canva for years, and still found this webinar very useful!”
Bec Dwyer-Coop, Methodist Family Health
“As a grants professional, I often struggle to convey gratitude and recognition to our investors. I found the Canva webinar and workbook provided to be incredibly useful to me in taking our marketing to the next level. I wish there were more hours in the day! Thank you CharityHowTo and Arturo Rugo.”
Lisa Pearce, Charleston Animal Society
“The concept of branding, although not new, continues to be a challenge for nonprofits. This training provided and excellent snapshot with specific consideration as to how Canva can be used to maintain brand consistency in a team setting.”
Thomas Stephens, Medical Advocacy & Outreach
“This webinar was extremely informative. I appreciate all the knowledge I gained and can’t wait to implement it at our non-profit!”
Harmonie Landers, Willamette Humane Society
“This was so awesome, very helpful and informative. I had no idea that Canva had so many resources for non-profits. Thanks so much.”
Kristin Neeley, South Bend Heritage Foundation