Polished Marketing & Event Planning Techniques to help your nonprofit build trust, awareness, and self-sustainability.
Feel like instigating a riot? Present the idea of planning another event or a marketing challenge at your next board meeting! Neither marketing nor events should be a ticking time bomb among your team. Whatever happened to the FUN in FUNdraising events???
Marketing and events are the quickest way to build a polished, trustworthy organization and among the easiest ways to establish yourselves and gain recognition among the community. Don’t believe us? We see it in the for-profit world all the time: Dove sells positive body image, Kraft sells childhood, and Tesla sells magic. There is no reason the same can’t be true for your organization. But before you can steer from the moment-to-moment charity hustle, you have to start operating and approaching both marketing and event planning as a business.
The “charity hustle” is no longer cute, and let’s face it, you’re just too awesome and work too hard to not see the results you want and need.
What Can you Expect? We’ll cover:
- 5 Rules of Event Planning your Non-Profit needs to implement STAT
- Marketing 101 for Non-Profits - what you should focus on, and what to drop, immediately (that could actually be doing more harm than good).
- How to act like a business, while still thinking like a nonprofit
- Help your nonprofit build trust, awareness, and self-sustainability.
About the Presenters
The workshop is the love-child of small-business marketing strategist Rebecca Tall Brown, and event planning ninja Talin Hartounian focused on social responsibility. We’ve both realized that if nonprofits tweak their marketing and event approaches even just a little, they’re going to have a MUCH easier path in reaching their fundraising and community outreach goals, all while having fun!
Our goal here is to run an interactive and educational info session that leaves you with a strategic plan toward what your organization can do this month to rock out the rest of the year, and change the face of your organization for the better.