What We Need
- A compelling narrative, or set of stories
- Persuasive copy that can be used in appeals to donors, annual reports, grant applications, and media relations
- Popular examples: Organization's founding story, a program achievement or milestone, a look back at the past few years, organizational backgrounder, etc.
- Note: This project is not intended to support your general content planning or marketing but there are several projects in our Marketing & Communications category which are a good fit!
Letters from our CEO that highlight the refugee experience/ student and family stories from America's education system and their experience at our schools. Currently, we are specifically focusing on responding to the influx of Afghan youth in the public school system, leverage our alumni from Afghanistan to help public schools meet the needs of these new students, and take a whole child, trauma informed approached. Soccer is a core component of our model.
What We Have In Place
- We currently have notes on what we are looking for and key phrases, which should make it easy for you to get started. We also have access to alumni from this population and access to CEO, and the ability to provide any other information you need.
How This Will Help
This project will save us $2,397 , allowing us to allocate more time to other fundraising efforts, programming, school operations, ensuring systems are up to date, running soccer practices, and more.
This project will help us have a line up for ready go content for our direct mail pieces, email campaigns, and social media so that we can easily share the stories of our students and those who are often not heard in the American Education system because they are new to the country and learning the language. If we can share these stories and highlight the importance of investing in eachother, we can leverage donations to build our capacity and serve more refugee youth and their families.
About The Org
Fugees Family, Inc.
Advancing educational justice for refugee and immigrant youth