We help nonprofits conquer the online world
A strong online presence will help your organization:
- Reach a larger audience and amplify your voice
- Optimize the effectiveness of marketing and programming
- Make rapid progress on your goals and increase your capabilities
- ... and drive more positive change!
We're living in turbulent times. That said, rapid change presents opportunities. We create ambitious, agile marketing strategies. But we don't stop there. We partner our strategies with practical action plans that make it easy to move forward with intention and confidence.
Transitions are hard. You need advice and support you can trust. We've been working with nonprofits for 20+ years and we understand your challenges. We work with you to identify opportunities, build your online authority, and strengthen your digital capabilities.
Today's realities demand new approaches to program delivery. We develop online and blended learning programs for mission-driven organizations. We simplify complicated concepts and create engaging, impactful learning experiences you can take pride in.
Why choose Trust Communications for your nonprofit marketing needs?
We help nonprofits like yours leapfrog over roadblocks and grow audiences. We've completed 300+ projects and more than 90% of our clients work with us more than once. They trust us. We're sure you will too.
Great at simplifying complicated materials
"Kim and her team have been a great asset to our organization. They do a great job of simplifying complicated materials and coming up with creative ways to present training to our members. They work within our budget and get along well with team members and subject-matter experts. We’ve worked with Kim on several courses already and I’m looking forward to a long partnership with Trust Communications.”
Douglas Duncan, CED Project Manager, Equestrian Canada
Professional and responsive
“Kim was professional and responsive. She was quick to get up to speed on the terminology used in our industry and was able to simplify the language around our programs, which can be complex and technical. Kim’s suggestions improved the content so that it was simple and clear enough for even the most novice member to understand.”
Natalie Irwin, Director of Stakeholder Engagement, Efficiency Nova Scotia