WordPress Basics: How to Make Edits to your Nonprofit Website

Does your nonprofit have a website but the thought of making edits or updates gives you anxiety? Wish there was an easier way to learn WordPress without countless video tutorials or courses? Now there is! Join us for a one day WordPress Workshop where you will learn the ins and outs of your WordPress Nonprofit Website. This workshop will give you back the control of your website and teach you how to make your own edits and understand what WordPress is all about.

With limited time, resources and staff on hand to help, managing the website for your nonprofit is usually the last thing on the list at the end of the day. In today’s world, its crucial to not only have a fully functioning website that speaks to your mission and what you do, but one that stays updated and active so that your supporters know how to get involved and continue to support you.

Many nonprofits hire a website designer for the initial build-out of their website, but then have to spend additional resources to make changes and updates to keep the website active. In addition, a lot of the time the web designer is nowhere to be found or takes too long to make changes and it leaves the nonprofit stuck because they have no idea how to make changes themselves.

That changes today! Take back control of your nonprofit website by learning the ins and outs of WordPress. In this one day workshop, nonprofits will learn how to login, make changes to content easily as well as learn about plugins and updates that will make your life easier.

The following is required:

1). Must have a live, wordpress website (provide URL)

2). Laptop

3). Login credentials for website

About the Speaker:

Amy Senat has worked in the nonprofit sector for 10 years with experience in marketing, public relations, events and design. She brings a depth of knowledge in strategic web and brand design, graphic and print design, fundraising, social media management, event management, and marketing.

Amy brings an array of knowledge in identifying creative marketing strategies for nonprofits with limited resources. Amy’s specialty is transforming nonprofit websites into fully functioning websites that increase involvement, volunteers and ultimately donations. She fully emerges herself in the work of the nonprofit to understand what they do so they can fully utilize their website to the best of its ability. Amy also trains and empowers the nonprofit so that they can take back control of their website and navigate the online world with ease and knowledge.

Amy attended Florida International University where she obtained a Bachelor of Science in Advertising with a minor in Marketing. She is also the Co-Founder of Miami Community, an online hub bringing together nonprofits, local businesses, volunteer opportunities and conversations about social issues affecting Miami.

Amy has had the privilege of working with nonprofits such as Chapman Partnership, the largest emergency housing shelter in Miami Dade County and as well Leap for Ladies, Health in the Hood, Strong Girls, amongst others. Amy has led a 30 person WordPress website workshop teaching the ins and outs of creating and designing a website made possible by the Children’s Trust. Amy proudly serves on the Marketing & Media Ministry at her Church, Hope Church of Christ, where she is responsible for website and social media management, graphic design and overall brand management.

Her knowledge in the nonprofit industry and passion for serving her community has positioned Amy as a sought-after industry web and brand designer, development professional, and advocate for small and medium-sized nonprofits. Amy resides in Miami, FL with her husband and two children.

Follow Amy on social media:

Facebook: @amyksenat

Instagram: @amysenat

Get Your Data Ducks in Rows, and Org Toolkit Event

Org Toolkit: Get Your Data Ducks in Rows

Join us for a primer on getting your data ducks in rows, and well, columns. And although we say “your” data, this information pertains to your employees, your donors, and the people you serve. GDPR has raised awareness and urgency, but even if you do not interact with the EU, there are things you should be doing right now with your Florida-based non-profit or social venture.

Learn about the minimum protections to have in place by law, as well as some tips and tools to help you get them place. We’ll also have a WordPress developer share insights on making sure your site is up to par.

Kristina Raattama, attorney/principal at MK Consulting, LLC.
Jesse Velez, founder and lead creative at WeDoInternet.net
Page Horton of Junxure

9:00 – 9:30 am: Check-in, lite bites, networking
9:30 – 11:00 am: Presentation and Q&A

Free for C4SC members | $10 for non-members | $15 for non-members + coworking day pass