Examples of nonprofit communications

For this one I had to do some research to see exactly what was being asked of me. I wasn’t sure exactly what communication projects specifically meant. I knew it had something to do with reaching out to your target audience in some sort of fashion. So I initially did some research and found a great resource that gave 5 online communications styles for nonprofits. I think that starting on an online platform is probably the best way to begin reaching most audiences.

The first project spotlight is called Big Communications for Nonprofits it specifically goes into detail about how small or local nonprofits can rival the larger ones by effective and strong communication. That is really in my opinion a smart thing to focus on, because when it comes to the business of nonprofits from what I have seen communication is everything and the only way that you are going to get you name out there.   This article is a step by step guide to set up the basic principles of communication and really gives a clear cut example of how the task of creating a communication project for your company should happen specifically from their standpoint because they actually implemented it for their own nonprofit.

The second project spotlight is more of a template, but I think is still a good example none the less. This one from Upleaf  tells you from more of a how to step by step guide as well. This one also seems to be a service that allows you to better your original communication service or redesign it all together!

This last one I thought was a jackpot of information! It is a nonprofit communications blog. This specific blog is a place where they show case other nonprofits communications ideas and projects as well as new ideas for things like interns, like the link above. It has so many great ideas about other aspects of how to improve your nonprofit like fundraisers, how to expand, how to manage your nonprofit like a big business, etc. Needless to say it is a great resource for any nonprofit.

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