If we want people in the nonprofit sector to succeed, we have to make sure they have the right tools, knowledge, and skills to do so.
What is the problem you need to solve?
At 3 Choices, we begin every project by thinking strategically about your stated problem: Who is your audience? What are you trying to tell them? What do you want them to do as a result?
We’ll help you determine the best way to deliver your message. Does this project need a web page, a video, or a printed piece? With this understanding, we can help you with scripting, writing, editing, and visuals, such as infographics, photographs, or illustrations. We’ll incorporate creative, original ideas into our work — clients often tell us we’re fun to work with!
Problem: You find that board members at local organizations are unprepared for changes in the public sector.
Solution: Develop a card game that gets them thinking about the events that could impact their organizations. (Download and print the “Now What?” game.)
It’s a proven fact that visual communications are hundreds of times more powerful than text, but they are also more expensive to develop. At 3 Choices Creative Communications, we thrive on the challenges of nonprofit causes, where dollars are limited and creative solutions have to make them go farther.
As a nonprofit, you have different messages for your donors, your funders, your clients, and the community you serve. There’s no one-size-fits-all solution — you need planning to decide the right materials and communications schedule. 3 Choices can help, first with the planning, and then with the execution.
Problem: Nonprofits unintentionally break the law when incorporating alcohol and games into their events.
Solution: Create a video that explains the laws and how to apply them.
Whether your cause is small or large, local or international, we’d like to work with you! What matters is your mission, and our mission is simple: To help your mission.
Problem: How does a small, volunteer-run organization administer grants to artists fairly?
Solution: Develop a set of grant-making guidelines with yes/no questions. Publish them in an operations manual that volunteers will use to perform the tasks.
Take a look at our portfolio and give us a call for a free communications assessment of your 501(c)3 organization.
Here are a few of the materials we’ve created to help nonprofit organizations deliver the right information to the right people in the right format:
- Annual reports
- Apparel and promotional items
- Ask letters
- Conference programs
- Gifts (an illustration makes a great thank-you gift!)
- Graphics for social media campaigns
- Informational brochures
- Instructional videos
- Interactive web graphics
- Mailing campaigns
- Training materials