Are your communications a bit haphazard?
At a previous organization, Pamela Shields found that her organization’s communications were not orchestrated in any way. This led to confusion among staff and donors. By creating a communication plan, Pam and the rest of the staff were able to better tell the organization’s stories which led to better donor retention and better fundraising.
In this week’s episode, Pamela shares some insights into how they approached the planning process. Pamela, by the way, is the Executive Director at Big Brothers Big Sisters of Snohomish County.
If you would like help in putting together a yearly story plan for your organization, then come to this year’s Nonprofit Storytelling Conference. You’ll get personalized help in crafting a plan that will help bring in new donors and help retain the donors you currently have. Click here for more info about the Nonprofit Storytelling Conference.
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Christopher Davenport says
If you have any stories or advice around creating a communication plan, please share it with everyone else. Leave a comment. Thanks. 🙂
Erika Olson says
Spot on, Pam! Great reminders.
Lois Hofmann says
Any advice on training the staff, the board, etc. so all are on the same page, please share with us.
Who conducted the staff training? Was it someone internal or external?