Join us for a free online digital marketing workshop for charities, in partnership with the Marketing Trust. This is a...
Maximum Impact: Communicating the Stats and the Stories
Wednesday 12 July 2023 10:00 - 11:30
Join us on this webinar to learn how to communicate the fantastic impact of your charity's work to your stakeholders.
Are you a charity that does incredible work but struggles to communicate the impact of that work to your stakeholders? Effectively communicating your impact to the world can be difficult, but vital for generating support, funding and brand awareness. You have the stories and the stats, but what’s the best way to present them?
This webinar will show you how to communicate your impact with straightforward strategies that are low-cost to action. Fun and engaging, this practical session incorporates peer-to-peer feedback and expert support from the facilitator. It’s sure to get your creative juices flowing!
Through this training, you’ll learn:
- The principles of communicating impact
- What good social impact communications look like
- To confidently represent your organisation and its work
- To identify your audience and adapt your comms accordingly
- How to identify your most impactful stats and stories
Who should attend?
This webinar has been designed for charities who are already clear on their areas of impact and are actively measuring that impact. Their challenge now is how to best articulate this impact in a way that is effective, differentiating and clear.
About the trainer
Amanda Jones is an Advertising Strategist who has been working at London advertising agencies for 13 years. Amanda has developed brand and marketing strategies for many well-known brands such as Ariel, Co-Op and Always. Alongside her day job she provides mentoring and workshop services to start-up social enterprises and charities, providing them with the same expert advice and support she provides to world leading brands. Amanda also runs Skilling Time, a collection of content encouraging professionals to ‘do good with their day job’ through pro bono work.