Is it time to stop utilizing the private sector’s marketing toolbox?
Asking ourselves this difficult question
Sharing an article from NPR’s Goats & Soda blog, “At What Point Does A Fundraising Ad Go Too Far?”
One of my favorite podcasts, The Moth, features New Voices Fellows from the Aspen Institute.
Can photos provoke people to donate to charity AND ensure people’s dignity?
Innovative solutions to social challenges are often born in the most unlikely places.
“Maybe it is a little about identity, but that’s ok.” A guest post by Vanessa Deering
A conversation with David Humphries, Global Communities’ Vice President of Communications and Public Affairs.
Loyalty doesn’t have to mean avoiding the hard questions.
An inspiring portrayal of people power in short film, narrated by Cambodian land rights activist, Tep Vanny.
For NGOs considering how to ‘reframe their message’ in their communications and fundraising, they can include their local partners in developing countries in this proces. Invest in partners’ branding and communications. Let them tell their own story. As much it is ‘our message,’ even more so it is theirs. ~Judith Madigan of BrandOutLoud
Photographs by Joop Rubens
For the sake of your readers, even those fluent in devspeak, there’s a better way to tell the story.
Links to stories on those responding to Ebola on the ground, regardless of international aid or media coverage