Tag Archives: Commemorative Months

Empower: January 2017

January is a busy month for many non-profits, with conferences, end of year admin to tidy up, and planning for the year ahead! Last week, we sent out the first ever monthly email as part of this new(ish) endeavor: Anna Blanch Rabe & Associates LLC. ABR was legally formed in September 2016 and it’s been an exciting and challenging few months. If you’d like to receive the monthly email, all in aid of helping you share meaningful stories and empowering you as you build vibrant, Continue reading →

Military Related Commemorative Days and Months

A military related list of awareness and commemorative days and months for military and military connected organizations, veteran and military spouse owned businesses and anyone else who wants to acknowledge the sacrifices of past and present service members! This list will help you by saving you significant time in researching the hundreds of awareness days and months that might connect in some way to issues that you want to raise attention about military, military family, veterans, veteran-owned business, military spouse owned business, or military non Continue reading →

Health, Wellness and Food Related Awareness Days and Months

So you’re looking for ways to bring attention to your issue, organization or product? and it is health, wellness, or food related? I have a substantive (and pretty long) list of health, wellness and food related awareness days and months that will help shorten the amount of time needed to develop and executive a communications strategy around an awareness or commemorative day/month. This list will help you by saving you significant time in researching the hundreds of awareness days and months that might connect in Continue reading →

Making the most of Awareness Months and Commemorative Days

A great way to connect with the media and with new customers is to share how your organization or product fits with one of the many commemorative or awareness months or days in the calendar. This doesn’t mean creating your own – rather, choose to connect with other organizations on topics where you have different perspectives or highlight the commemorative month or awareness day on your social media and community relations outlets. Which is where I come in – you can download your free printable Continue reading →