Social change organizations often spend many months — if not years — developing strategic plans. They hire strategy consultants, convene special board subcommittees and invest considerable time building roadmaps that will guide their work into the future. Quite often, however, they fail to stick the landing.
The communications teams at the most successful nonprofits are laser focused on showing people how their work transforms lives — and they can clearly articulate their vision. If your nonprofit is struggling to find its voice or having a hard time connecting with potential supporters, it’s important to take some time to think clearly about why you exist.
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May 19, 2009, The Chronicle of Philanthropy — It’s official: The nonprofit world is officially a more popular topic on Twitter than swine flu.
March 29, 2009, Chronicle of Philanthropy — The number of fund raisers attending the annual meeting of the Association of Fundraising Professionals has dropped by about 20 percent from 2008 — a drop that organizers attribute to the recession.