The size of your organization shouldn't determine how professional you look and sound. You've got a job to do and a cause to serve, and that means you need to attract those who can help you succeed. Good marketing and communications can help you do that. But you shouldn't be held back by not having someone on your staff who can handle that for you.
For small nonprofits and purpose-driven, for-profits like yours, it can be hard to find someone that understands your unique marketing and communication needs while still placing the mission over the bottom line. But I’ve been where you are, and want to see more cause-focused organizations thrive.
Like you, I have the audacity to think we can change the world.
The work you're doing is important. It also deserves to be seen. Every day that you aren't wowing current customers or donors, and wooing the would-be's, is a day that someone else just might. be.
Let's get started. I want you to get noticed and grow.
Words have the power to change hearts, influence minds, and inspire action. It can be done in just a few syllables or may take many pages. But in order to convince and compel, you need the right words in the right order in the right place to make it happen. Let's shape your cause into a message that gets heard.
Maybe you're always busy with marketing tasks but not really getting anywhere, and need an outsider's perspective. Or maybe you don’t know where to start. Maybe you're stuck in the middle, and just need a nudge in the right direction. Wherever you find yourself, it's time to dream bigger and get more done.
As solopreneurs, entrepreneurs, and small business owners, you might think that you have to wait until "later" to start doing good. But that's not true. Learn how to incorporate philanthropy and giving strategies into your business model so you can leverage your existing resources and influence to make a positive impact—now.