The Media Sustainability Essentials guide helps media managers identify and choose the most relevant business models and practices that fit with their missions and operating conditions.
Implementation Tip for USAID Partners on how to tell success stories to demonstate your impact.
Implementation Tip for USAID Partners on developing a marketing communication plan.
Implementation Tip for USAID Partners on connecting with prospective partners and funders.
Part Three, “Connecting with Donors,” of NPI's Going the Distance focuses on various communication modes with donors, such as developing and delivering elevator speeches, writing capability and systems (capacity) statements and connecting with donors.
Toolkit aimed at strengthening writing within an organization; Tips, tools and examples for strengthening writing within your organization. Sections include:Notice Boards; Memos; Letters, Faxes, and Emails; Minutes and Reports
Basic tips and tools for effective writing
Civicus toolkit on handling media; Karen Hurt; Toolkit
Civicus toolkit on how organizations can produce their own media; Karen Hurt; Toolkit
Nonprofit organizations are now continuously being challenged to be more strategic in their communications efforts. Communications activities must add up to more than a series of isolated events such as the dissemination of an occasional publication or press release. Being strategic requires that nonprofits be more deliberate, innovative, savvy, and less reactive in their communications practice. Nonprofits are encouraged to regard communications as essential to their overall success and integrate it throughout their organizations.Nonprofits need ways to better understand their current strategic communications performance and capacity, and to gain a realistic sense of what is possible in terms of developing their communications functions. Strategic communications audits are one tool that can help to meet this need.