Telling Your Nonprofit Story
Your trainers will be Lara Allen and Stephanie Willis of Nonprofit Navigators.
Nonprofit Navigators is a team of highly skilled and experienced consultants committed to guiding nonprofits down the path to developing an effective, sustainable, and well-funded nonprofit organization. Each of us works within our areas of strength to provide our clients with the individualized support they need to move their nonprofit forward. We primarily serve nonprofits based in the Denver, Colorado and Birmingham, Alabama markets. Our specialty is small- to medium-sized nonprofits, and we support a broad variety of missions and passions. We are committed to the work of both secular and faith-based organizations.
Telling your nonprofit’s story, whether in writing or verbally, is an important skill to master to ensure your nonprofit is not only well-funded, but so those who need your services can find you, and you can attract potential partners and develop new relationship that can help you fulfill your mission. In this workshop, you will learn about several communication tools to help you tell your nonprofit’s story; spend time crafting a few of these tools with guidance and feedback from Nonprofit Navigator presenters; and you will determine what communication methods are missing from your toolbox, and develop a plan of action to address.
In this training participants will:
-Identify communication tools important for telling a nonprofit’s story.
-Identify important target audiences to share your nonprofit’s story with.
-Determine which communication tool is best for each target audience.
-Develop an elevator speech for their nonprofit.
-Understand the difference between quantitative and qualitative evaluation.
-Determine what evaluation data is essential to tell your story and demonstrate that you are achieving your mission.
-Develop an action plan to develop any missing communication tools important for telling your nonprofit’s story.