Is anyone else in disbelief that it’s August already? This year is flying by and I hope it’s been treating you well so far.
Today’s post is another addition of the Non-Profit Storytelling Resource Round-Up.
Every month I feature a list of curated storytelling resources from around the web. This month’s list is a fun combination of storytelling resources, tips for fundraising and other inspiration.
Interviews & Resources
On Monday, August 13 I’ll be hosting another Storytelling Lunchtime Hangout. Tune in for a great hour of learning and Q&A. This month’s topic is getting board members to tell stories.
Over on the Wild Woman Fundraising blog I shared tips for telling a compelling impact story.
Last month on Claire Axelrad’s blog I shared 7 Storytelling Tips to Inspire Nonprofit Donors to Act.
Jeff Brooks is one of my favorite non-profit bloggers, so I was over the moon excited to discover that he mentioned one of my posts on his blog!
Define American is a cause working on a new conversation about immigration and they are using stories as a part of their core strategy.
Ever wonder if your email subject line is any good? Try using CoSchedule’s Headline Analyzer.
Care2 shared Four Classic Storylines for Nonprofits.
Sharing stories in your newsletter is a great idea, but sometimes it can be difficult to get your newsletter out the door. My friend and colleague, Andrea Brody put together a great workbook that will help you plan your newsletter.
I LOVE Shonda Rhimes. She’s one of the creative writers that I look up to. Her commencement speech at Dartmouth is nothing short of inspiring.