Charity and Nonprofit Marketing Requires Different Thinking.
You’re facing challenges that marketers at for-profit businesses don’t have.
Charity and nonprofit marketing requires so much more than traditional marketing. Like for-profit businesses, you still need to build awareness, communicate your mission and distinguish your organization. But, unlike them, you also need to attract supporters, advocates, benefactors and volunteers while making a difference in your community.
Step2 Branding & Design can help you tell your story in a way that engages others and inspires them to get involved and show their support. We can help you make your mark with a new or re-vamped logo & identity, add some eye-catching harmony and consistency to your marketing materials, and build you a website that showcases the great work you’re doing, why it matters and why it’s worth their support.
Let’s talk about your story and how Step2 Branding & Design can help you share it.
We’d love to learn about the work you’re doing.
Tell us about your .org’s mission. We’d love to help you get noticed, share your story and grow your support.
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Logos & Identity
Moraine State Park Regatta Website
Kicking off 2020 with a new name and website, the Moraine State Park Regatta is the premiere, family friendly, eco-recreational event in Southwestern PA.
The Chimbote Foundation Website
The Chimbote Foundation was created to provide a bridge of love, hope, faith and financial support to care for the poorest of the poor in Chimbote, Peru.
The Foundation of HOPE Website
Empowering incarcerated and released individuals to restore their relationship with their God, rebuild their lives, and reconcile to their communities.
What Our Charity and Nonprofit Clients Are Saying:
Step2 Branding & Design did a fantastic job on the redesign of the Moraine State Park Regatta website. From the very beginning, the process was straightforward. The design ended up being better than we ever could have imagined, and their ideas as far as organizing content were perfect. Working with a board of directors takes its own set of skills, and they were very accommodating to that process. I have always appreciated how Ron is not shy about sharing his opinion, because it is based on years of experience. He asks the right questions. Our new site is a huge upgrade to the last site, and really reflects the caliber of the event. This site will help us to better describe the event, and will reflect positively to attendees, media, and potential sponsors.
Step2 Branding & Design has played a critical role in propelling our organization’s image and internet presence to the forefront. They were responsible for designing our highly recognizable logo, business cards and brochures while assisting us in telling our story on a custom designed user-friendly website. Our website is very relational and as a non-profit we needed our website experience to move people to connect with our mission. Step2 Branding & Design exceeded our expectations. We continue to work with them as our needs continue to evolve and they respond quickly and always rise to the challenge.
As an expanding but small, locally based religious and charitable mission serving the poor in Chimbote, Peru, we were definite novices when it came to developing a website that could effectively tell our story, inform our current donors, and attract and engage new supporters — all in a cost-effective manner. Step2 Branding & Design proved to be the perfect partner. They took the time to understand our objectives and provided both excellent technical services and practical guidance in developing our new site. They are thoughtful in approach, sensitive to our mission and financial stewardship obligations, and incredibly responsive. Our Board is delighted with the results of their efforts!
On behalf of David’s House Ministries, we are very satisfied with the logo and stationery design. Step2 is easy to communicate with and very creative. If you want creative, out-of-the-box thinking, I would highly recommend Step2 for your branding needs.