In fact, nowadays, you’ve got to do it yourself. There is the basic idea that you will be left behind by your competitors if you don’t publicise your charity. But – possibly more importantly – it’s the way things are done now; people expect to be kept up-to-date; they want to feel a personal connection.
So if you decide you want to publicise your charity, will you achieve those targets? I believe that it is possible.
I am a freelance journalist with 20 years experience of telling stories that make a difference – particularly those that wouldn’t normally be heard.
Let me work with you to tell the stories that matter to your donors, to your audience, and to your media.
What I offer to publicise your charity, its work and its projects:
- getting stories told in the old-fashioned journalistic way
- training people to tell their stories themselves
- facilitating discussions on sport, development, education and media
- consulting on peace-building through sport
I have a keen interest and more than 20 years experience in international development. I’m working on a book about a grassroots football team set up in Liberia by war-affected children, and still running after 16 years.
I have worked in the press office of an international NGO, for a local newspaper and run my own business for more than seven years, specialising in Media Relations and PR for charities and the not-for-profit sector.
Thanks to CAFOD for permission to use various photos.