Content Creation For Charities
We create content and manage your social media accounts. This enables you to concentrate on your great work.
We develop fundraising resources such as flyers, logos, business cards and brochures.
We can write blogs to draw supporters to your cause, overhaul your website or create one from scratch.
With years of experience with grassroots charities, we are on hand to offer consultancy as you get your charity off the ground or reach a turning point.
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Social MediaSocial Media
Website Design and Content
Website Design and ContentWebsite content Website design
Blog WritingBlog Writing
Logo DesignLogo Design
Our packages suit a wide range of budgets, and aim to get the most out of your charity dollars!
Social Media Starter
- 4 Facebook Posts
- 8 Instagram Posts
- 15 Twitter Posts
- 2 Blog Posts or Articles
- 4 Facebook Posts
- 4 LinkedIN Posts
- 12 Instagram Posts
- 25 Twitter Posts
- Daily monitoring of social media engagement
- Logo design
- Social media set up
- Social media monitoring for a month
- A4 flyer
- Website set up
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT OUR WORK
Learn tips and tricks for promoting your charity!
This is Sophy, a woman I worked with during my time in Cambodia. Sophy grew up in a war-torn country. With the Khmer Rouge taking control of Cambodia, she and her family had very little food to eat, worked all day at risk of punishment, and didn’t have access to education or medical support.[…]
It amazes me how ignorant I can be to issues that are happening in Australia. Did you know that suicide accounts for 24% of deaths of young Australian males? And that young men are five times more likely to commit suicide than young women? I had no idea until I became involved with the Top[…]
A few years ago I was at a hospital about 60km from Siem Reap, Cambodia. My friend, a nurse, was working as an advisor there to build the capacity of the nursing staff. She became frustrated as the staff weren’t taking care of their equipment. When she raised the issue with them, they shrugged and[…]
So you want to travel to Cambodia as a voluntourist and teach children. It is great that you have the urge to help, but before you jump online and book your flights, stop and ask yourself the following questions. Am I qualified? Firstly, are you a qualified teacher? Many people who visit Cambodia to ‘teach’ are[…]
Although it is tempting, buying from street children isn’t the answer to helping these kids. “Ten postcards for one dollar. One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten”. The young girl at Ta Prohm temple showed the postcards she was holding to the tourist waiting in the tuk-tuk beside her. “No,” he answered.[…]
It is easy to get overwhelmed when visiting Cambodia. Although the country has developed substantially over the past few years, there are still many people living below the poverty line, or just above it. That is where NGO’s come in. Whether they provide university scholarships, food support, education or microfinance loans, they all claim to[…]
So you’ve bit the bullet and registered for Instagram. The problem is, you have 0 followers and don’t know where to start! It is okay, our tips to build up Instagram followers for your charity will come in handy. Develop your brand Your Instagram feed should be stylish and consistent. A charity that follows this is Charity:[…]
A couple of years ago a friend contacted me about a photography group who were visiting Siem Reap and had brought pencils and little items to give children they came across whilst they were travelling. My friend immediately suggested to them that they should not do this, instead donating the supplies (and perhaps some money) to a[…]
I will be the first to admit, I used to be a guilty party to poverty tourism. Well, not going on tours of slums/economically disadvantaged areas, but taking photos of kids in Myanmar I gave bottles to so they would have something to play with. “Oh, look how they are so happy with the simple[…]
I am often asked by people how they can identify whether a charity/NGO is trustworthy, particularly if they operate in a developing country. Since I worked in the international NGO sector for several years, I learnt to know which NGO’s could be trusted and which couldn’t. It is always best to research a charity before donating to[…]