At McQueenie Mulholland we specialise in marketing and communications for charities, from local to national organisations.
As a small, local charity it is just as vital that you have a successful communications strategy as bigger organisations.
Communicating effectively with your donors helps create strong, lasting relationships and enables conversions from first-time donors into regular givers. But before you start your communications strategy there are some key factors which need to be identified:
Target audience – segment into groups to diversify communication needs and wants – think stakeholders, regular donors, new donors…
What you want to achieve – do you want to increase the number of monthly donors? Increase the average donation amount?
Key communication methods – how do you want to communicate with people? And how often do you want to communicate through each channel?
Key messages - Identify the key messages for each audience group that you have identified – different audience groups will want to find out about different things – what key messages are you going to communicate to each?
What does success look like? - It’s important to set out right from the start what success looks like to your organisation.
At McQueenie Mulholland we understand how important a successful communications strategy is and we work closely with our clients to identify exactly what they want to accomplish and develop a plan to help them achieve it. Contact us today to discuss how a communications strategy could benefit your charity.