Communicating about Coronavirus and Your Events, Part 2

Last week, I shared a post highlighting how the organizers of two nonprofit conferences — NTC and Create Good — were messaging attendees regarding their decision-making in the wake of the coronavirus epidemic (now pandemic). Last night, both event organizers canceled the conferences (Create Good will be online). Today, I want to do a couple…

Communicating about the Coronavirus and Your Upcoming Events

Nonprofit event planners are used to working through last-minute snafus like freak weather events and catering failures, but an epidemic on its way to pandemic status? That’s likely a new one for you. I’m participating in two upcoming conferences this spring that are doing a good job of informing attendees about their plans. Bravo to…

Conversation Bubbles

Forget the Elevator Speeches and Give Your Board Members a Word-of-the-Month

I was recently contacted by Julianne Buck, executive director of the Community Foundation of Grundy County about the Monthly Nonprofit Writing Prompts I send. She shared a great idea I knew you would want to hear about – especially those of you who deal with board members who aren’t the best at promoting your cause.…

Do You Need to Organize Your Images and Stories?

Short answer: YES! We get a lot of questions about how to organize stories and photos. What are communications directors using now? What do they love/hate about their current system (or lack thereof)? We then developed this e-book to answer your basic questions like: Do you need a banking system for stories and images? What…