I believe that LinkedIn company pages have tremendous potential. I find that few charities and other nonprofits are taking advantage of this opportunity. Think of it. Potential donors, funders, staff and volunteers are all found on this professional networking site and they may look at your company page to learn about your organization. If, for example, someone is looking at a profile of a staff member, you’re organization name is hotlinked–not to your website–but to your company page. So what does it say to the professional audience on LinkedIn?
10 great examples of nonprofit LinkedIn pages
Here’s 10 nonprofits that are making great use of their LinkedIn company pages. I’m sharing them hoping they inspire you to make greater use of your organization’s page. In later posts I’ll explore what makes them good examples and how you can learn from their experiences.
Note: I’m deliberately sharing different examples than Ten Must-Follow Nonprofits on LinkedIn found in a post on Nonprofit Tech for Good.
Canadian Cancer Society
Canadian Red Cross
MaRS Discovery District
Save the Children UK
Kinark Child and Family Services
Children’s Aid Society (New York City)
Looking for more examples of nonprofit LinkedIn pages?
Please share your examples
Please help grow this list and share your own examples in the comment section below. Be sure to include a link so that people can see it easily. I may even include your example in a future post on LinkedIn company pages for nonprofits.