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Attention Nonprofits and Charities: Promote Yourself on Patch

Does your organization need volunteers? Are you starting a food or toy drive for the holidays? Patch is the place for you.

Volunteer at a food shelf or collect toys for a holiday toy drive!
Volunteer at a food shelf or collect toys for a holiday toy drive!

As a nonprofit organization in town, you know how important it is to connect with your local community.

Everyday, many thousands of your neighbors turn to Patch for local news, information and conversation. Our audience cares about social causes close to home, they volunteer, and they're active with organizations where they work and live. Why not reach them and share more about your organization?

Maybe you’re a volunteer with the local food pantry and want to share new about a holiday food drive or perhaps you’re involved with a youth program you wish more people in the community knew about. No matter what organization is close to your heart, there’s a place for it on Patch.

We’re calling all: 

  • YMCAs

  • Food pantries

  • American Legion groups

  • Rotary groups

  • Optimist groups

  • Booster clubs

  • Shriners groups

  • Organizations that benefit local causes

  • Girl Scout/Boy Scout Troops

  • Animal shelters
  • Local volunteers

  • Any local nonprofit!

The best thing about sharing your stuff on Patch is it's your space so it's your rules. Write as frequently, or infrequently as you'd like. Short or long, essay style or a quick how-to. Blogging on Patch is a great way to share your opinions with the community and get your voice out there.

Interested? Email Community Editor Hannah Gruber at hannah.gruber@patch.com for more details. 

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