Consultation & Services
Strategic communications plan
Identify organization or program goals and success metrics
Identify key audiences and calls to action
Recommend effective channels for each audience
Design key messages for each audience/goal
Create sample content and tools for content creation and management
Measure and analyze progress
Coaching communications staff
Executive speeches and presentation
Guest blogs (ghost writing)
Fundraising speeches ("the ask")
Testimonials by donors and clients
Create multi-channel fundraising campaigns
Craft a case for support
Write/edit impact stories and testimonials
Grant writing and research
Create inspiring presentations, event experience, speeches, and testimonials
Research and Writing
Research and write grant proposals and reports
Gather, analyze and summarize information into informative, accessible format
Gain insights through interviews or focus groups
Mission and vision
Manage complex communications projects on time and within budget, such as:
Reports (print, interactive)
Website creation and content
Capital campaign materials
monthly multi-channel package
Draw on my creative network to produce content for print, digital, video, social media or interactive
Content Strategy and goals
Blog (short or long form)
Social media content
Communications strategy matters most when your nonprofit is . . .
Raising funds through a capital campaign, major gifts or annual solicitation.
Poised for growth.
Offering a new program or service with a new partner.
Seeking more or new volunteers.
Working on an issue that's being covered in local or national news.
Well-staffed with a proven communications program.
Ready to build on recent communications success.
Raising funds through events, personal fundraising or membership.
Needing to update its brand or how it communicates with supporters.
Offering a longtime proven program or service with an established partner.
Seeking to recognize established volunteers.
Working on an issue that's being ignored in local or national news.
Dependent on limited staff or volunteers who "post when they can."
Wishing it was not the "best-kept secret in town."