Monthly Archives: January 2012

The Narrative Approach in describing Fundraising Projects

As part of any Case for Support, there are usually a number of fundraising projects.  I have found that a helpful ‘first step’ in creating engaging case statements, or proposals, is to develop snapshots of current fundraising projects.

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Norma’s TEDx Talk

Norma Cameron’s TEDx Talk. Cultivating Narrative Intelligence…The Evolution of Story As we evolve into a global community, the skills of a storyteller – cultivating imagination, embracing listening and exercising perceptual agility – are needed more than ever before. Why? Through … Continue reading

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Telling Your Organization’s Story

After years of being a storyteller and a fundraising/communications consultant, I decided to marry these two pursuits to create the most effective way for non profit organizations (and others) to communicate to their target markets to accomplish two main goals: generate … Continue reading

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