As a nonprofit, you’re accountable to a diverse range of stakeholders.
That's why involving your many different stakeholders any time you’re considering making a major change to the way you brand, market or communicate about your organization is so important. If you leave certain groups out, you’ll likely struggle to gain the buy-in your organization needs to advance its mission. You may even end up misrepresenting or stereotyping the groups and communities you exist to help.
Fill out the form to download our checklist and determine which stakeholders you need to consider when undergoing a rebrand for your nonprofit.
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