We have some templates and decent marketing materials (created on InDesign) but it could really use some fine touches and a trained graphic artist to assist with getting it across the finish line. Ours was created by our Director of Philanthropy, and while they're pretty good, he is self taught and they are fairly rough.
Our marketing materials are incredibly outdated and basic. As our director of philanthropy always says, "you could be selling the juiciest peaches in the world, but if no one knows where to buy them, how you gonna make money?"
Obviously philanthropy is different but for us to be successful in development, we need better material to showcase what we do and who we are.
Silver Spring Neighborhood Center's mission is to build a safer, stronger neighborhood and community. We achieve this by helping individuals and families work towards self-sufficiency.
Located in Wisconsin's largest publicly subsidized housing development--Westlawn--Silver Spring offers ten core programs, ranging from prenatal care coordination to senior programming, in one facility.
Our unique approach, building rapport and maintaining relationships with participants for years, makes a huge impact in the lives of the individuals we serve. In addition, Silver Spring engages the entire family, not just one individual from a particular household, into its services. This makes an impact on the entire household rather than just one individual.
Serving more than 8,000 individuals annually, we remain one of a few social service agencies located on Milwaukee, Wisconsin's northwest side.