How does your nonprofit use storytelling?

How does your nonprofit use storytelling?

Julia Claire Campbell Events, Nonprofits, Speaking, Storytelling 51 Comments

How does your nonprofit use storytelling?

This morning I am presenting with HandsOn Tech Boston on the topic of Nonprofit Storytelling in a Digital World.

This presentation involves many examples from the field and a lot of research. I hope that you find it helpful!

I want to hear from you – How does your nonprofit use storytelling? If you don’t use it, are you planning on incorporating it into your fundraising and marketing mix?

As always, feel free to email me, tweet me or post questions in the comments section if there is something that I don’t get to address this morning.

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Comments 51

  1. Ryan Biddulph

    Hi Julia,

    The quote says it; unless we tell stories few if any listen. We are captivated by stories and pay little attention to anything else.

    Brands which weave fantastic tales, along with movies, TV, books…..non profits need to tell stories to, to grab the attention of their target market.

    Thanks for sharing,

    Ryan

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