The giving landscape is full of many voices. The better you tell your story and distinguish your organization’s voice and identity, the more funds you will raise. Join us for this Sanford Institute of Philanthropy seminar to review what you need to know about branding your organization and to get up to speed on this year’s current strategies and trends.

“In 2019, storytelling continues to be an important form of messaging,” says Solomon Belette, Director of the Sanford Institute of Philanthropy at John F. Kennedy University. “Organizations that do not have a firm grip on how to tell their story strategically, consistently, and compellingly are not connecting with the audiences they could be. They may be communicating with the same group of people all the time without expanding their reach.”

Our speakers for this important and enlightening Sanford Institute of Philanthropy seminar will be Leeann Alameda, founder of Alameda Marketing Solutions and Lisa Cooke, founder of Green Ray Media. Join us to build your skills in strategic marketing, branding, and communications and to make a substantial difference in your organization’s viability.

Date and Time

  • Thursday, September 19, 2019
  • 10:00AM - 12:00PM
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Location

  • John F. Kennedy University, Pleasant Hill Campus