The Gift of Guidance:

Houston Nonprofits Can Apply for Social Media Expertise

Entering it’s 6th year, the Gift of Guidance returns to this holiday season as a way for up to 10 Houston area nonprofits to get exclusive marketing help from local social media experts.

Organized by the Social Media Breakfast in Houston (SMBHOU), qualifying non-profit organizations can receive pro-bono advice during the organization’s December meeting. Staff or volunteers from the selected nonprofits will meet with talented SMBHOU members who will help them fine-tune social media approaches, tools and techniques.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: Friday November 15th, 2016 (Midnight)
DATE OF EVENT: Friday December 9, 2016, Canopy on Montrose

To learn more and to apply visit the Gift of Guidance page.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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(Video: KHOU 11 News)

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