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Newsletter & Direct Email Advertising

Advertising across Connecting Up’s e-newletters provides an effective way to connect with the not-for-profit sector, both organisations and individuals. With a strong call to action, you will be able to engage with our e-newsletter subscribers and make sure your message reaches your target audience. Advertising is available on the Connecting Up newsletter and the SAcommunity newsletter. 

Connecting Up newsletter

  • Audience: 33,000+ individuals from not-for-profits across Australia, including decision makers, managers and coordinators in marketing, social media, online and digital, community and engagement, fundraising, IT, administration and various other fields. 
  • Frequency: weekly. Week 1 of the fortnight focuses on technology and the Connecting Up donations & discounts program, week 2 is a more general newsletter.
  • Type of content: news, events, updates, educational information, tips, case studies, editorials and other relevant content for not-for-profits
  • See the sample newsletter »

SAcommunity newsletter

  • Audience: up to 3000 individuals, including not-for-profit organisations and community groups in South Australia only
  • Frequency: monthly 
  • Type of content: promotions of local SA activities and resources


  • 50 words & image: $500 (main body text, third story down)
  • 120x240 banner ad: $350 (banner ad on sidebar)
  • 25 words & image: $200 (text article on sidebar, second story down, image 120x90)
  • 468x60 banner ad: $175 (banner ad on footer)

Direct Email Campaigns

  • Audience: Up to 18,000 subscribers - depending on target demographics required and size of organisations.
  • Frequency: as required
  • Type of content: full email
  • Price by quotation only - dependent on demographic sizes.

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