It is important to have a clear and readable newsletter for a non-profit organization. Newsletters can be a big deal and they can make a difference between received donations and profit losses. You must take the time to think about what idea you really need your audience to understand. Take time to decide why your newsletter is different from other newsletters and reflect that through your writing. Consider your audience and what they need to know. Why did they sign up for the newsletter? Make sure your writing is directed at them. Finally, be clear about what you need from the readers.
- Having the capacity to reach a large audience is so important for your organization.
- Emailing is a great way to keep people up to date with what is being done.
- Keeping individuals in the loop over where their money is going is very important.
“Without a well-planned strategy, your nonprofit email updates might not be sparking a lot of joy for you, which is the crux of Marie’s famous method for tidying up.”
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