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In my nearly 20 years working with community-oriented organizations, I've learned a lot about how we use (or under-use) the written word. It's no secret that written communication is a key to success. But many of us aren't quite sure how to use this powerful tool to advance our missions or improve our marketing or fundraising. In fact, those of us lucky enough to have a communications or fundraising plan often have trouble actually implementing it with the right written materials.
Those looming deadlines don't help much either.
If you're like most folks in the social sector, you're great at carrying out the programs that contribute so much to our communities. But you may not have a strong background in using the written word to most effectively share that work with the world.
As a consultant to nonprofits and socially responsible businesses, I often find that my clients could benefit from some practical writing tips -- and maybe a writing workshop or two.
I'd like to help YOU boost the quality of your organization's publications, websites, grant proposals, press releases, flyers, emails, and other materials. Check out the free Writing to Make a Difference E-News, packed with tips, resources, special offers and much more! The E-News also notifies you of upcoming writing workshops.
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