Getting the Most Out of AI Writers for Your Nonprofit’s Content Strategy

Are you curious about how artificial intelligence (AI) can help your nonprofit create content more efficiently? In this webinar, we’ll discuss how AI writers can be used to augment your content strategy and save you time and resources. You’ll learn about the different types of AI writers available and how they can be incorporated into your content workflow. We’ll also share some tips and best practices for getting the most out of AI writers.

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Key takeaways:

  • Learn about different types of AI writers and how they can help your nonprofit create content more efficiently
  • Understand how to incorporate AI writers into your existing content workflow
  • Get tips and best practices for getting the most out of AI writers

P.S. Everything above describing this webinar was written with an AI generator. 

Yea, it is that good… Join our Chief Whaler, George Weiner in exploring what is possible with these AI tools and how to use them in your regular workflow.

Tools like, and GPT3 are open to the public and good enough to mimic a writing style and turn out AMAZING drafts. 

It is our belief that in 5 years, using an AI writer will be common, why not get a jump on it?

We will also be covering some tips about the new AI image generators like DALLE*2 and Midjourney.


George Weiner

Chief Whaler

George is the Founder and CEO of Whole Whale, a digital agency that leverages data and tech to increase the impact of nonprofits and for-benefit companies. He is also the co-founder of Power Poetry, the largest teen poetry platform in the U.S, a safe, creative, free home to over 500k poets.

Prior to Whole Whale George was the CTO of Over the course of 7 years, he managed the platform overhaul of twice (winning a Webby Award ) and helped to build a community of over 1.5 million young people taking action. Realizing that much of DoSomething’s success was owed to smart, lean use of many democratized tech tools (including Google Analytics and the Google Ad Grant), George founded Whole Whale with the goal of helping nonprofits both storied and start-ups to move their missions forward with the tools at hand.

In nearly a decade of operations, Whole Whale has worked with over 100 nonprofit and social-impact organizations, spent over $6 million in Google Ad Grants dollars, and supported an additional 150,000+ organizations through free online content and training.

An evangelist for democratized data and measuring success, George has presented Whole Whale-related case studies at conferences and workshops around nonprofit technology, including NTC, Cause Camp, the Youth + Tech + Health Conference, and IECC Thrive’s Nonprofit Capacity Building Conference (he’s also been seen on the karaoke stage at many other nonprofit conferences and has been known to turn the Nonprofit Tech Conference into the Nonprofit Toto Conference).

George is the host of Whole Whale’s in-house podcast, Using the Whole Whale, where he has interviewed guests from Seth Godin and Avinash Kaushik to representatives from the Mozilla FoundationLyft, and the Environmental Defense Fund. He has co-hosted webinars with Beth KanterCare2, and RoundTable Technology, and written on nonprofit technology and digital strategy for The Chronicle of PhilanthropyNonprofit TimesHuffington Post Impact & Technology, and TechSoup.

He’s also a contributing author of Nonprofit Management 101, the author of The Simple Guide to Creating & Navigating Tech RFPs, and the co-author of The Simple Guide to Building an Awesome Internship Program.  

Also in the nonprofit world, George is the former board chair of America’s Charities and the To Be Heard Foundation as well as the founder of CTOs for Good. He’s also a fan of a good whale pun.