Using the web you can reach and involve a wider audience.
The next generation of non-profit organisations are using the web as an active communications channel.
Ideas can be brought to life by encouraging direct participation from stakeholders using tools such as forums and blogs.
With our knowledge of online tools and services we can help you implement a web strategy that makes a difference.
Getting your message in front of a younger audience means going where they are. Online, this means participating in social networking websites including MySpace and Facebook.
We can help you to take advantage of this new opportunity, including setting up profile pages and creating compelling content such as online video.
Non-profit organisations often use events, such as fund-raisers, seminars and workshops, as part of their communications strategy.
For those wanting to ‘find out more’, an organisation’s website is often the first (and most convenient) port of call.
We can work with you to use your website to profile and manage an event—from advance promotion through to processing reservations and payment.
Examples of how we’ve worked with non-profit organisations.
Case study: Motive has developed a web communication strategy with Wellington Zoo to take its ecological message to local schools and an international audience.
Case study: Skillnz is a joint initiative of the New Zealand government and industry and trade organisations to raise awareness of workplace learning programmes.
Case study: Motive has worked with Fulbright New Zealand to create a valuable resource for Kiwis pursuing higher-education in the US.
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We’ve worked with non-profit organisations including: