(I know what you're thinking)
Best practice Rule Number 1: Never Launch an unfinished website
This is the most important page of this website where I am planning to detail each service that I offer with examples of deliverables.
I had planned to finish the content when I launched the website but I'm currently working on a digital fundraising programme for an iNGO, helping another large organisation select a donation platform for 190 countries, a couple of UK charities with new fundraising / online service / new website, global fundraising strategy, a large accessibility audit, digital training sessions for local staff (and a few other smaller projects).
As cheesy as it may sound, this is a good example of putting the needs of my clients first.
So... This page shall be live before [input realistic date here - automatically from CRM]
In the meantime do get in touch to discuss your project (as I hinted above, I can't take any new project at short notice).
After 50+ digital transformation projects, I know digital can't «transform» NGOs. But I have an alternative programme to successfully reposition digital...
I work with key stakeholders to ensure your organisation strategies (fundraising, comms, campaigning...) resonate with a connected audience
I produce a comprehensive audit of your digital channels (accessibility, content, marketing, technology) with a detailed report to improve conversion
I work alongside your team to build data-led digital fundraising campaigns that convert - with the right amount of innovation and creativity
I gather your requirements and help you select the right CMS, email automation tool, donation platform, eCRM... I scope pilot projects and test emerging technologies
I assess the digital capability of your staff to prepare and deliver a bespoke digital training programme. I mentor directors and coach senior managers
I regularly speak at conferences, facilitate workshops, help with staff recruitment...
I sometimes work with other consultants, agencies and technology partners