Nonprofit work is usually busy with little free time to expand on day to day tasks. Your week may be filled with finding funds or consuming mission centric tasks. However, investing more time in general marketing and the visuals you use can help fuel your programs.
Below are a few programs -that any novice or expert can use- and helpful links filled with free images, blogs, and how to guides to help your nonprofit better reach your audiences.
“Idaho has not had an organization that offered the number of exhibition and educational opportunities to local artists, and our online exhibitions are a unique opportunity for emerging artists.” – Angela Stout, President of Treasure Valley Artists Alliance (TVAA)
TVAA started out as an organization that provided local artists with exhibition space and educational general meetings. With the help of past president, Theresa Burkes, they are offering educational opportunities for their members including workshops on creative techniques and professional enrichment.
“My appetite for working with nonprofits is steeped in my desire to find real-world solutions to complex problems, and to contribute to healthy communities. It’s about relationships! It is always my goal to strengthen collaborative thinking and community advocacy.”
— Robin Fahle Ohlgren, Organizational Development Consultant
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