TAKETWO helps nonprofit organizations tell their stories powerfully and persuasively and generate the support they need to sustain and expand their work.
Are you a new nonprofit that has to convince the world of your viability?
Maybe you have spent decades in the trenches and now need to shine the spotlight on your work?
Or perhaps your well-established organization is looking to grow and diversify its base of supporters?
If you nodded for any of these, you know that fundraising for a cause and communicating the cause are two sides of the same coin. TakeTwo brings these two sides together by combining communications (branding and marketing) and development (fundraising) strategies towards one single goal: the success of nonprofit organizations. So read about how we do this. Or . Or better yet, turn away from your computer and call us at 1.347.221.0824 now. Because there’s just no two ways about it: two services are better than one.
Anyone who has tried to fundraise using email, or crowd funding sites such as Kickstarter knows, the money doesn’t just magically start pouring in once you get your page set up.
The key to making online campaigns successful is to connect all the good stuff – the powerful stories, vivid imagery, captivating video, and concise branding and messaging – back to your organization’s relationships. Because, as I say time and time again, it always comes back to relationships.
Social media is, of course, a very important part of our world these days. To consider any kind of campaign (fundraising, advertising, awareness) without incorporating a social component seems unwise. But it can be stressful to implement, especially if you aren’t super savvy in the area of Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.
In a world post-“Yes, We Can”, everyone knows what a successful campaign can achieve: elect a President. Oh, and raise a gazillion dollars. But many nonprofits can find it hard to apply the lessons from large campaigns to their own, and often think it’s a question of having lots of money and staffing and time.
We’re here to break down the elements of successful campaigns and show you that it’s something you can integrate into the work you’re doing. In fact, we’d bet our last cupcake that many of you are already experts at executing campaigns, but you may never have called ’em that.