June 2010


getting attention 2010 Nonprofit Tagline Awards logoAre you proud of your organization’s tagline?  Does it summarize your mission in a quick and memorable little bundle?

Strut your stuff at the 2010 Nonprofit Tagline Awards.  Nancy Schwartz’s Getting Attention blog annually highlights the best collections of a few well-chosen words that organizations use to help people understand and remember their mission.  While your mission statement guides internal decision-making and provides depth of meaning to those who have decided to work or volunteer with you, a tagline helps you communicate with those who have just encountered you for the first time.

You can submit taglines in several categories – for the agency, for a program or for a fundraising or marketing campaign.n Everyone who submits a tagline gets the report when it gets published.   You can learn from the winners and maybe get inspired to overhaul your tagline.

http://gettingattention.org/nonprofit-taglines/overview-nonprofit-tagline-awards-report.html

Bring home the trophy!

[Note: There is no trophy.]

You can submit taglines in several categories – for the agency, for a program or for a fundraising or marketing campaign.

A cartoon in which one of three people at a conference table under the banner "International Human Rights Conference"  says "I think it's time we added web conferences to our list of acts of torture."