Nonprofit organizations need to reach a multitude of stakeholders. The individuals and groups you serve need to find your programs and services. And when they find you, you must deliver meaningful content that educates and inspires. In today’s marketing, this means telling your story using a mix of platforms.
But constituents aren’t your only “customers”. Board members and donors read your content to learn about what you’re doing and to keep up with your progress. Other non-profits may be looking for collaborators. Grant-making institutions will read your materials before they ever meet you in person. I understand these audiences.
I have worked with a variety of nonprofits to develop content, write grants, and execute programs:
- Achievable Foundation
- American Parkinson Disease Association
- Child Success Foundation
- Crittenton Services
- Los Angeles Review of Books
- Youth Villages