I have also found that there is a lot I never hear about because too often they are not versed in promoting themselves or what they do.
Many years ago, I taught a class to help nonprofits develop their skills in promoting their organization. This included tapping into advertising, accessing free community press, the writing and distribution of press releases and considerably more.
I loved teaching that class.
(I may do it again.)
Are you a nonprofit? Do you have a story to tell?
Here is what I have to offer you. If you will send me well-written stories ( First, I do not have an editor, nor the time to correct poorly written work. I do have people that can write quality pieces for you, for a price.) Work to make it more than a “press release”. People want to hear your heart, see the people, and be connected emotionally. For instance, our new breast cancer program came out of the fact that my 37-year-old daughter had breast cancer 2 years ago. I know the story. I am connected to it.
What is a good story?
The organization that provides help to a recently widowed young mom. How about the humane society that has children reading to animals? The hardware store that helps area children learn about tools? The group who provides gift wrapping at the holidays?
This is a wonderful opportunity. I hope you see it as such.
All articles must be positive and uplifting.
There will be no charge.
This applies to nonprofits, ministries and religious organizations.
Your article, story or press release will appear online and will have a mention in our daily news page.
(And when you have that special event to raise funds or bless area residents, think of us.)
If you would like to promote your organization, I have special pricing that currently starts at $10 per month.
You may ask questions below.
Look forward to hearing from you.