Need help writing or giving a speech on behalf of a charity? Please get in touch.
We have worked with a number of charities and fundraisers to clarify their key messages, maximise their relevance, hone their presentation skills and increase their effectiveness. These include Water Aid, the NSPCC, Malawi Dream, Children are our Future, Refuge and Wipe Your Tears.
Lawrence is personally involved in a number of charities and has written fundraising and awareness-raising speeches for conferences, dinners, cocktail parties, board meetings, staff-meetings and award ceremonies.
Anna joined Great Speech Writing having worked for a decade in the voluntary sector, including the high profile Giving Campaign and most recently heading up a major gift fundraising department at the NSPCC and consulting at the Institute of Imagination. She has a unique insight into the difficulties and demands that NGOs and Charities face, and crucially into what inspires current and potential donors to donate funds.
We are happy to discuss any element of your fundraising communications strategy, from core messages, cases for support and scripts to the way you and your charity deliver them. We would be delighted to set-up an introductory meeting with absolutely no obligation.
Some of our most challenging and rewarding work has taken place with charities and NGOs. Yours is a world of great causes struggling to be heard. Donor fatigue is a real danger. Impactful communications can make all the difference.
The key is to map:
- Your key messages
- The main benefits to your key stakeholders
- The best channels of communication
- The optimal way of differentiating you from every other charity competing for the same fund in the same space
We have a number of ongoing relationships with organizations who have benefitted enormously from our objective, constructive communications consultancy. Often, a session lasting as little as two hours can help pave the way for significantly more effective and efficient communications.
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