Marketing nonprofit organizations is a dream come true for some professionals.
Whether they’re paid or volunteer their services, helping to raise the awareness of a nonprofit is rewarding on many levels.
Not only do you get to promote an organization that is helping (fill in the blank), but you get to see it evolve.
But how many nonprofits take advantage of the expertise of business owners and/or professionals?
Why is this?
Perhaps egos get in the way.
Or the attitude of “This is how we’ve always done it” runs rampant throughout the organization.
Think about the professional who has experience with marketing nonprofit organizations.
Would you rather overlook them just to keep peace with a board member who’s been around forever?
Or a board member who may not be a savvy business person?
How does this help your nonprofit grow? How does it help the community you serve?
And you keep doing the same thing over and over again expecting different results.
People want to help your nonprofit grow and succeed. The question is, “Will you let them?”
Marketing Nonprofit Organizations: Creative Professionals Can Help
Check out the infographic below and take a glimpse into how nonprofits can utilize the help of creative professionals.
You may be surprised by the amount of people who want to help your organization.
For example, some may specialize in advertising for nonprofits. Others may handle public relations for nonprofits.
You could work with some of the best people in their field who can provide you with multiple marketing ideas for your nonprofit.
The next time a creative professional approaches you about working with or volunteering with your nonprofit, listen.
You could be speaking with someone who can take your organization to the next level in no time.LIKED THIS POST? GET UPDATES. IT’S FREE.