Marketing Solutions for Non-Profits
Non-profits thrive because of donations, so it is essential that your website communicates your vital role in the community. What do people see when they visit your website? Is it easy for them to learn how to volunteer for your organization, give financially, and see when your next event is? For better or worse, people make lasting impressions in only 7 seconds, so it’s critical that your website looks as good as the services you provide to the community.
M&R Marketing Group develops custom non-profit websites that highlight what you do for your community. Our mobile-friendly designs make navigation on mobile devices easy, and features like upcoming events, blogs, and more give people the information they need to get involved.
Top 3 Marketing Needs for Non-Profits
Non-profit websites should be easy-to-navigate site with detailed instructions on how to donate and volunteer.
Social Media Management
Social media is where most people will interact with your organization. Your profiles should be active and informative.
Visually appealing brochures, mailers, fundraising campaigns, and booklets are essential for non-profits.
“For over five years, M&R Marketing Group has provided print and digital marketing solutions for several non-profits I have been involved in, including NewTown Macon, Macon Pops, Ocmulgee Land Trust, and GeorgiaForward. They listen well, respond quickly, and design visually appealing, message-centered pieces that have been instrumental in sharing our mission with the community and receiving continued support. Not only is their work fresh, creative, and on-target, but they also have a dynamic team that is fun to work with! I highly recommend M&R for your non-profit’s marketing needs.”
Case Study: The Big House Museum
The Big House Museum in Macon, Georgia is a museum dedicated to The Allman Brothers. It needed an online presence that would attract Allman Brothers fans from across the United States to visit and support the museum. We built a website that represents the band and its music, and search engine optimization ensured that fans all over the nation would find the site. The website has successfully attracted visitors to the museum and to Macon.