The North-Carolina based nonprofit, Mothers and Their Children, knew it was time for a change. Their logo and website were outdated and they were having trouble effectively communicating the story of their mission. That's where we stepped in.
Turnbull Marketing Group worked with the board and leadership to identify the strengths and weaknesses in its existing brand. And then we gave the organization a makeover.Read more...
I wanted to let you know that tomorrow at 2:30 pm (ET), I'll be presenting Nonprofit Storytelling: How to tell better stories and raise more money as part of the Nonprofit Webinars series. It's free. You'll learn a lot. So you should register now.
Turnbull Marketing Group offers a wide variety of fundraising, consulting, and creative services for your organization, giving you the high-impact presentation that you need to attract donors and raise funds for your mission. Take a look to see how we can help you help others.Read more...
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You might be at risk of losing your tax-exempt, 501(c)(3) status and not even know it.
In 2006, a new law was passed that affects nonprofits with an annual income of $25,000 a year or less and potentially threatens their tax-exempt status. The law declares that these small nonprofits must now file th...
Social media. Facebook. Fan pages. Twitter. Just when you thought you were finally getting the hang of it and how to apply Web 2.0 to your nonprofit communications plan, Facebook has to go and change all the rules. It hardly seems fair, does it?
I recently presented Nonprofit Branding Demystified , a three-hour workshop through Project LIFT, a City of Raleigh Initiative.
For those of you who aren't local or simply couldn't attend the presentation, I'm sharing it here.
Enjoy! I look forward to your questions and feedback.
One of the questions my clients ask me most frequently is how they can increase the number of visitors to their web site. The answer is usually pretty simple: build a web site worth visiting. Sadly, the execution is a little more complicated.
Here are some tips to building a visit-worthy web site:
Turnbull Marketing Group put together a Nonprofit Start Up Package for CAN-TR. We're working with them on a total branding effort, including logo and web design.
We have worked with ISOH/IMPACT on a rebranding effort as well as two redesigns of their web site. They now have a user-friendly, engaging site built with Joomla.