Case Study Writing

Help Real Chances, Inc. (RUMI) tell an incredible story of their impact with a case study that can be used on their website, in marketing materials, or in their annual report.
Real Chances, Inc. (RUMI)
Richmond, VA, USA
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Real Chances, Inc. (RUMI)
Richmond, VA, USA


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Posted January 10th

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What We Need
  • A 500 - 1,000 word ready-to-publish case study that details your Organization’s impact in a compelling narrative
Additional Details

Multi service organization with community impact achievement and goals.

What We Have In Place
  • We currently have staff and volunteers for interviews, which should make it easy for you to get started. We also have data and program outcomes, and the ability to provide any other information you need.
How This Will Help
This project will save us $3,002 , allowing us to support the diverse and unique needs of individuals in the community.

Awareness and fund raising

Project Plan

Prep: Information Sharing
  • Volunteer Manager shares existing materials, if available, for case study (e.g., recorded interviews with beneficiaries, testimonials from stakeholders, and notable program achievement data)
  • Volunteer Manager and Professional discuss target audience for case study
(Optional) Milestone 1: Interviews
  • Volunteer Manager connects Professional with up to 2 stakeholders, to interview for case study content
  • Professional transcribes interviews and shares with Volunteer Manager for posterity
Milestone 2: Case Study Writing
  • Professional creates first draft of case study, including executive summary, outline of key challenges, how Organization supported those challenges, and description of results
  • Volunteer Manager provides feedback on case study, which Professional incorporates
  • Professional delivers final draft of case study
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About The Org

Real Chances, Inc. (RUMI)
Our Mission

We provide supports and services to individuals living on the margins because of homelessness, poverty, prior incarceration or mental illness.

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