Racial Equity Lens on Donor Communications
Sep 16, 2021 - Sep 16, 2021
11:00 a.m to 12:30 p.m.
Mercy Quaye, The Narrative Project
Telling the story of a nonprofit in a clear and impactful way is one of the biggest challenges facing both budding and established organizations. Mission-driven work is often so centered on the cause that intentional storytelling gets neglected. In a sea of information, communicating in a way that cuts through the noise can be difficult.
But compelling stories can be transformative — they can grow your supporters, increase the impact of the work in communities and catalyze a moment.
This workshop will teach you not just to identify, but tell the story of your organization. Joins us to acquire the tools you need to better carve your narrative.
For questions or changes in registration, please contact Stephanie Chung.
About the presenter:
Mercy Quaye has built a storied career in journalism, communications and public relations in New Haven and statewide for more than a decade and is the Founder and Principal Consultant of The Narrative Project. The Narrative Project is Connecticut’s premier anti-racist socially responsible communications firm, focused on equity and oriented to justice.