Buzz4Good! Nonprofits+Marketing

April 16, 2022 - Grandin Theatre, GIVE Roanoke, Least of These Ministry, Healing Arts

April 15, 2022 Michael Hemphill, Creator of Buzz Season 1 Episode 11
Buzz4Good! Nonprofits+Marketing
April 16, 2022 - Grandin Theatre, GIVE Roanoke, Least of These Ministry, Healing Arts
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On today's show, BUZZ creator Michael Hemphill remembers the tragedy at Virginia Tech that took place 15 years ago on April 16, 2007. He also:

  • Talks with Ian Fortier, executive director of the Grandin Theatre, which is celebrating its 90th birthday. 
  • Learns about The Least of These Ministry, which helps fill in some gaps for individuals experiencing homelessness. 
  • Explores with Roanoke Cultural Endowment executive director Shaleen Powell the “Healing Arts” — the theme of an upcoming BUZZ episode. 
  • And promotes GIVE Roanoke, coming up April 20 and coordinated by the Council of Community Resources. 

Are you a nonprofit with an event that we could help promote? Or a marketing problem we could help fix? Contact us and we’ll share on an upcoming episode.

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The United States has more than 1.5 million nonprofits — from homeless shelters, food banks and rescue squads to children’s choirs, science museums and animal refuges — that employ one out of every 10 Americans. Like any company, nonprofits have salaries and bills to pay, a budget to balance. They require money. And if enough people don’t know about them, don’t believe in them, don’t support them — in short, if they lack BUZZ — they suffer and die.