Improve your online communications using the charity-specific examples and advice in this toolkit
How can you best use digital media and technology to boost donations and achieve your campaigning objectives?
Today, the websites for charities and other Not-for-Profit organisations (NfPs) are a vital communications channel to inspire and engage, raise funds, provoke discussion and services.
The challenge for charities in using websites, social media and email marketing, perhaps more so than any other type of organisation, is to simply convey their propositions and encourage engagement given the range of audiences and organisation objectives. With short dwell times on each web page, you need to make your proposition and online offerings immediate and compelling.
If you work in marketing for a charity, the Smart Insights toolkit for charities has specific advice and examples from leading charities for on not-for-profit marketing.
Use our charity-specific guides to review and improve your approach
Create a winning Charity and Not-for-profit organisations strategy
Our comprehensive Charity and Not-for-profit organisations toolkit, trusted by thousands of marketers and companies of all sizes and in over 100 countries, gives you everyting you need to create, launch and refine a winning strategy. All in one, easy to access place.
These actionable downloads will help you follow the best practices and examples to review and enhance your brand. They cover:
- Website best practices for charities
- Email marketing for charities
- Social media marketing for charities
All these specialist guides are written by charity marketing specialist Lucy Conlan who uses many different examples to explain best practices.
Plus, you will have access to all other toolkits, many of which are directly relevant to charities including campaign planning, digital strategy, brand-building, email and social media marketing.
Armed with our Charity and Not-for-profit organisations Toolkit, the world's top marketers use our unique approach to develop winning Charity and Not-for-profit organisations strategies.