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Leadership in a nonprofit organization should not look much different from leadership in a business. So many of the basics are critical, regardless of mission. Bringing in these concepts and experiences, married to a mission, can be extremely powerful.Read More
Red Berry collaborated with youthSpark to create a compelling profile for Atlanta Magazine's annual Give Atlanta issue. At the heart of the nonprofit's vision is a world where no child is bought, sold, or abused. Creative Director Terri Fuller emphasized the need to *Stop it. in the magazine profile featuring a young survivor and key facts about human trafficking.Read More
Georgia Alliance for Social Justice (GAfSJ) was forged from the passion behind Atlanta’s 60,000-strong March for Social Justice and Women in January 2017. The organizers of the event became the founders of a new nonprofit focused on activism for equity and justice. Their challenge was pausing to build a solid base for growth, while actively responding to breaking-news issues.
GAfSJ ran the risk of becoming a moment, instead of a movement.Read More
What percentage of a nonprofit’s budget should be spent on marketing and communications? The answer is (as you probably expected) “it depends.” You definitely need to have a comprehensive, realistic budget. It’s a critical component of your annual marketing and communications plan and, like the work plan, serves as a map to ensure you reach your goals. Learn more.Read More