Nonprofit Visual Storytelling: Strategies for 360° Stewardship

May 22, 2024 14:00
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All nonprofits have a multitude of great stories to tell. But many organizations experience barriers to collecting and sharing stories in a way that truly ignites action. Does this sound like your organization?

Join us on Wednesday, May 22 at 2 p.m. ET as Natalie Monroe, Community Engagement Manager at MemoryFox, shares the secrets to identifying and crafting compelling stories that drive engagement and inspire action through nonprofit video storytelling.

On this journey through visual storytelling, Natalie will dive into the best types of visual stories to tell, how to collect them, and how to use them to meet your goals, specifically tailored for nonprofits. Expect plenty of real-life examples with tactics that you can apply at your nonprofit right away.

In this session, you will learn:

  • How videos and photos can transform a story into something more powerful than words on a page could ever be, enhancing your nonprofit storytelling efforts.
  • What full-circle 360 degree stewardship looks like in the context of visual storytelling for nonprofits.
  • Why making your community feel seen and heard is an essential aspect of your work, and how visual storytelling can amplify this connection.
  • The ethical considerations of nonprofit storytelling, and strategies to ensure you are a good steward of your community stories.

We’ll also have a live Q&A at the end of the session!

Register now to reserve your spot and receive a recording of the webinar and any resources mentioned in the session.

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