Stories Of Struggle: How To Show Your Nonprofit’s Impact Respectfully

Award-winning storyteller and nonprofit executive Madison Gonzalez will share her top tips for ethical storytelling. You will learn how to confidently share stories that will increase awareness and support for your mission.

Topics covered

  • Whose story should you tell?
  • What is the structure of a good story?
  • What are the four secrets to powerful stories?
  • How can you avoid exploitation and protect identity?
  • How can you promote diversity, equity, and inclusion through stories?
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Training Overview

How do you convey how your nonprofit helps people in tough times? Learn how to share stories respectfully.

As you focus on your year-end fundraising campaign, begin to compile your annual report, and plan for 2022, now is the time to update the stories that highlight your nonprofit’s impact. You likely have many triumphs from this tumultuous year to convey.

Done right, stories of struggle can be incredibly inspiring, powerful, and enlightening. Learning how to gather and share stories that make an impact while honoring integrity, avoiding exploitation, and promoting equity requires thoughtfulness and skill.

  • Whose story should you tell?
  • What is the structure of a good story?
  • What are the four secrets to powerful stories?
  • How can you avoid exploitation and protect identity?
  • How can you promote diversity, equity, and inclusion through stories?
Recommended Audience
Who Should Attend?
  • Nonprofit chief executives
  • Executive directors
  • Board members
  • Development staff
  • Consultants
  • Legal counsel
  • Senior management
  • Marketing staff
  • Fundraising staff
  • Communications managers
  • Grant writers
  • Donor relations managers
  • Finance officers
What's included
Training includes
  • Certificate of Attendance
  • All resources and training materials
About

Expert Presenter

Madison Gonzalez
  • National public speaker
  • Storyteller of the Year award-winner
  • Best-selling author of Dear Mirror
  • Published poet
  • Executive Director of Morning Light Inc. in Indianapolis