A CASE Study to 10,000 Followers
Are you interested in maximizing your organization's social media presence while accurately reflecting your organizational vision and values? What role does communications play in your fund development?
CASE has worked diligently to advocate for skateboarding in Calgary, including developing a Skateboarding Amenities Strategy in 2011 in partnership with the City of Calgary, which has lead to nearly $4M of outdoor skateboard parks. Other notable achievements include changing the bylaws for skateboard ramps on private property, and some news coming down the pipe soon in regards to allowing skateboarding in bike lanes.
An example relating to community engagement, take a look at CASE’s @yyctrickoftheyear
Followers: 405 | Posts: 76 | Views: 33,000 | Comments: 215 | Likes: 6,200
Following CASE’s 2019 AGM (Annual General Meeting) the skateboard community pointed to a few key things: contests, indoor park, and more youth programming.
“We’re actively aligning with organizations to identify resources and increase the impact for individuals, teams, and the social sector as a whole, to improve and grow,” says Matt Keay, Co-Chair Calgary Association of Skateboarding Enthusiasts, “ there’s key learnings formaximizing your organization's social media presence while accurately reflecting your organizational vision and values.”
“It all starts with vision and team,” continues Keay, “often times, especially in sports, the boards are made up of volunteers who have limited capacity to begin with, we encourage participation to increase your communications capacity and community engagement.
When: March 13 | 9:30 - 11:00 AM
Where: Mount Royal University, Bissett School of Business - Classroom EB3047
The event will also be live streamed on Twitch, Facebook, and Instagram.
Matt Keay, Interim Co-Chair
Calgary Association of Skateboarding Enthusiasts (CASE)