Whether your nonprofit is a civic league or an educational, social welfare, or another type of organization, you need quality written material. It should also be well researched, engaging, and often persuasive. As a nonprofit copywriter, I can provide SEO website, blog, or social media content. I also write membership drive letters, news releases, thought provoking editorials, persuasive presentations and fundraising materials, and more.
But there’s more. I’m not only a freelance non-profit writer but also an advocate and activist. So be sure to read about my advocacy efforts and achievements below. You’ll see I know just what it takes to reach hearts, provoke interest and concern, and drive people to action. I write compelling copy that brings results.
So if you need to fire up members to help with an important effort, no problem. When you need to demonstrate to the public the necessity of your mission, I can help overcome resistance. As an advocate and a freelance non-profit writer, these are areas of my expertise. I have to tell you, to me, being a copywriter for nonprofit organizations is very rewarding. So whatever your social cause, if you’re looking for a non-profit writing service, be sure to request your free, no-obligation quote.
Freelance Nonprofit Copywriter Demonstrates the Power of the Pen
I’d like to share with you an example of my social cause writing experience and skills. In 2015, I became an advocate to reform America’s broken mental health care system for those with serious mental illness (SMI). I created campaigns to move the bipartisan bill, The Helping Families in Mental Health Crisis Act (HR2646) through congress. To accomplish these efforts, I took charge by leading 200+ advocates through multiple efforts. Many of the advocates, much to their credit, had dedicated substantial time and effort over the years toward bringing the needed change. But in an uphill battle, they eventually lost hope, energy, and ultimately, their momentum. Others advocates, though supportive, had just never taken an active role.
So with the power of the pen, I caught the group on fire. I used my skills as a nonprofit copywriter. Then I wrote persuasive articles, web content, and social media posts to garner public support. I also created a family stories packet. This packet, along with a compelling letter and other materials I wrote, was mailed by advocates to all 530+ U.S. House and Senate members in an effort to gain their votes. The once disheartened group of advocates were suddenly tireless.
As a result, we succeeded in pushing the nearly dead HR2646 through the committee in which it had stalled. A year later, many of the monumental measures of this bill became the mental health care portion of the 21st Century Cures Act. It was signed into law by President Obama in December 2016. This was a long overdue victory for better mental health care for individuals with serious mental illness. I’ve since been credited as playing an instrumental role in getting these mental health care provisions enacted.