Free Webinar: Creating a Communications Plan that Works

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Communication-PlanGreat communication plans don’t just appear out of thin air. They are carefully crafted and constructed. A communication plan is a necessary means to generating results for your organization and is a high-level document to help steer your marketing to help your organization take branding and fundraising to a new level.

In this workshop, our guest speaker Kim Fuller from Phil Communications will help you gain:

  • A clear path forward for your communications – concrete, measurable objectives so you know what you are working towards
  • Stronger connections with your stakeholders and prospects, leading to more participation, increased donations and/or greater advocacy
  • A more productive effort — making the most of your team, your time and your budget
  • A concise overview of your work to engage volunteers, supporters and potential donors.

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About the Guest Speaker
Kim Fuller, Founder and Creative Director, Phil Communications

KimInspired by what tomorrow holds but firmly rooted in the reality of the philanthropic sector, Kim spearheads Phil’s projects with practical insight and marketing flair. Kim has been active in graphic design and promotion in print, multimedia and the Internet for 20 years. Her involvement in charity work started early in life and now has become a way of life. Her entrepreneurial spirit and enthusiasm makes an impact with clients and audience members alike. Leading a talented group of cause-sensitive design and communication specialists, their team aims to elevate the level of professionalism in the non-profit sector to improve communities in North America and abroad.

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One Response to “Free Webinar: Creating a Communications Plan that Works”

  1. Lisa Stanley

    An amazing presentation! Thanks Kim, for including so many valuable tools and resources. You’ve given our organization a lot to consider, develop and put into action so that we can stand out above the competition.

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