Create Your Nonprofit's Startup Communications
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Saving Time, Making a Plan and Staying Accountable

Let’s face it––there’s nothing more frustrating than knowing you need to do more with your nonprofit’s communications, only to feel like you’re spinning your wheels, feeling disorganized and never actually creating the content you need. And there’s nothing more disheartening than not having the time you think you need to devote to a project or be too overwhelmed to know where to start. You know that you should be communicating with your donors and highlighting on social media the good work your nonprofit is doing. Maybe you’ve even tried to post frequently but other tasks seem to need your attention more.

It’s not quite working.

Nonprofit founders, executive directors and development directors have a lot of responsibilities. It’s normal to want to get the programming off the ground and raise funds first. That may seem like the easier part. You already know that putting together effective communications is a time investment, and time can be hard to come by.

You’ve seen other people make it look easy. But for you, it’s been anything but. You thought that the hard part was going to be raising funds and creating programming, but as it turns out, that was only just the beginning. And now you feel like you must be missing something. And you’re not alone.

Most nonprofit founders, executive directors and development directors can see the big picture. You know the impact you could make. You know that your organization’s mission will be life-changing for your target population. The truth is that having key communications pieces nailed down during the startup phase is a game-changer, but to do that you’ll need pieces that will educate your audience, a communications plan and even a system for producing content again and again for your key stakeholders.

The problem? Communications aren’t the only thing on your plate. Programming and fundraising need your attention too and it takes time to create these key pieces often make achieving seamless communications seem like more trouble than it’s worth.

But what if there was a way to make sure you got it right?


I’m Betsy. Just like you, I have a lot on my plate.

I know what it’s like to face multiple deadlines and wear many hats and answer to a boss and a board and need to raise money and show impact.

It can feel like a lot. Because it IS a lot.

Over the years I’ve learned how to structure the communications process while cutting my time invested in creating content. I’ve learned how to work smarter not harder in nonprofit communications.

I can show you how to do the same thing.

I guide nonprofit staff in streamlining their communications and take away the overwhelm by providing a step-by-step plan to tell your organization’s story. By doing this well, my clients grow their audience, awareness for their mission and, ultimately, achieve fundraising success.

Over two decades in communications in the education and nonprofit sectors has taught me a few things, and my mission is to support your organization while you build a solid communications foundation.

    • I’ve honed my interviewing skills by talking with a Nobel Peace Prize Winner.
    • I’ve served as national spokesperson for a nonprofit during a communications crisis.
    • I’ve trained nonprofit employees and board members on how to communicate effectively and ask for money.
    • I’ve worked with nonprofits on their communications in advance of a big fundraising event or new program.
    • And I’ve helped nonprofits perfect the small yet critical communications, those day-to-day things that must get done.

If you’re the chief communicator at your organization, and you feel like you can’t get ahead with

  • annual reports
  • annual events
  • grant deadlines
  • social media
  • website content

Then let’s talk.