APPLYExpress your interest and select the time you would like to schedule a conference call with the nonprofit.
PREPAREFamiliarize yourself with the nonprofit. Do some quick research and skim through anything you can find such as their website and/or social media.
STARTYou'll have an 1 hour call to help a nonprofit leader navigate their challenge.
Tips for getting the most out of your sessionFamiliarize yourself with the nonprofit. Do some quick research and skim through anything you can find such as their website and/or social media.
Make a list of questions you have to clarify your understanding of their challenge.
Have the mindset of keeping the call focused on an issue that can be addressed in a 1-hour consultation, and steer the nonprofit to tangible next steps.
Our nonprofit, Reap Goodness, is in need of marketing volunteers and initial consultation in marketing. We have need to promote our training books already published as ebooks and are already found in public libraries in North America and several English speaking countries outside of North America. We are creating training ebooks for a unique in history program, that of a set of 3 worker owned cooperatives to regenerate Earth and provide nutritious permanent food and clean water for humans and wild animals. The content of the books will be trialed soon on land in southern Arizona. We need to let funders and the public know of this model and the trial. We need comprehensive marketing planning with a professional to assist us in this. Please advise.
Reap Goodness is an Arizona nonprofit 501(c)(3) with legal status as of 2009. Its purpose is to train coordinated worker-owned cooperatives with a new focus on democratic businesses in Earth repair and revitalization. Reap Goodness’ goal is completed robust training for coordinated Cooperatives Eco-Sets, trios of cooperatives, or food security through food forestry, water harvesting and surface water remediation worldwide. Through this, repairing decimated areas of Earth will bring back harmony to the land while providing perennial foods for humans, habitat restoration continuously and shoring up water resources for all living beings.