Megan Toscano, Director of Performance Marketing at charity: water, is about to generously share her journey from the for-profit sector to now leading social ads, paid search, and email marketing to promote their monthly giving program, ‘The Spring’.
Megan takes us on a super enlightening tour of her role, explaining how performance marketing varies among organizations. YES, even nonprofits with tighter budgets can make the most of their resources using qualitative testing, leveraging email, and using gamification!
Delving deeper, she shares the challenges she faces researching YouTube to determine what works best for the organization, and how their recent World Water Day campaign aims to reclaim someone’s time through access to clean water.
We also touch upon how networking within the industry can make a significant difference, understanding campaign objectives to optimize ads accordingly, and how Megan is currently exploring how donor impact has evolved from 2020 to 2023.
So, come join us on this inspiring journey with Megan and learn how charity: water is making a difference across the globe. Be sure to connect with Megan on Instagram and learn about the impactful work she’s doing!
Learn more about charity: water on their website and help give people clean and safe water with their monthly giving program, The Spring. You can connect with Megan by sending her a message on Instagram @megantoscano.
Here’s the Facebook ad Megan references that’s performing really well and continues to drive donations.
Megan enjoys listening to Marketing Happy Hour.
When 25,000 like-minded nonprofit professionals gather, you know it’s going to be a good time! Click here to save your seat to the Nonprofit Marketing Summit, a free, 3-day virtual event from August 22nd-24th. Access 75 sessions from over 100+ of the top thought leaders in our sector!
Hire me as your fractional digital marketing manager! Together, we can help you prep and run your Giving Tuesday and year-end campaigns, from optimizing your online donations, running social ads, reviewing your email sequences, and planning your campaign strategies. Send me an email at email@example.com to learn more.
Want to make Missions to Movements even better? Take a screenshot of this episode and share it on Instagram. Be sure to tag @positivequation so I can connect with you.