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Values & Ethics Stories
Your staff, your stakeholders, your customers and you depict the values and ethics that are at the core of your organization. Examples of core values can include integrity, excellence, empowerment, respect, embracing diversity. Value stories will help people identify with your organization. Are you a non-profit - think about this - One main reason that people give to specific non-profits is based on shared values – how can you express your unique values to supporters and potential supporters?
Social Proof Stories
Which influential community members have been moved by your work? How has your company made a difference for your community? Who are your biggest supporters? Are you a non-profit - think about this - Offering this kind of social proof makes donors and supporters sit up and take notice – especially if you are a small, community-based nonprofit.
In telling your founder story, you need to ask the following questions:
Why was your organization started in the first place?
Who identified the need?
What was that like for them? What were their struggles in the beginning?
Continuous Improvement Stories
Your company does not look the same as it did when you first started. What did you learn? What did you put into place that made a difference for your company's success. Are you a non-profit - think about this - Show your supporters that your nonprofit is continually learning and improving. How have you adapted to the needs of the people you serve throughout the years?
These stories are by far the most important. Donors, volunteers, staff, stakeholders, customers, vendors, your neighbors – they all want to know what impact your organization is having on the problem, the cause and the world.
We focus on your story.
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Community Impact Through The Art of Storytelling!