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Nonprofit Communication Staff Talk Budget

Posted by | April 28

This month we pitched budget questions to various communications directors at nonprofits to get a better idea of what they spend on media. We want to open up a space to have open, candid conversation around telling stories and the production cost of those stories. We believe that discussion leads […]

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Jobs Around the World: April 2017

Posted by | April 19

NOTE: Please don’t send your job applications to NGO Storytelling. We aggregate these postings as a service to you. To apply for a position, click the “Learn more about this job” link beneath each listing. Thanks!   Director of Communications & Strategy for Parent Revolution in Los Angeles, California Deadline: April […]

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What You Should Charge Nonprofits for Photography

Posted by | April 6

One of the top questions people ask me and Crystaline is “How much should I charge nonprofits for photography?” They want to know about standard industry rates, which is important and should be a factor in determining what to charge. You don’t want to undercut the whole industry – and […]

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How I Convinced One Nonprofit That Storytelling Was Worth Paying For

Posted by | March 30

I hung up my cellphone and wondered if I had just ruined my chance to get my humanitarian photo career going. A nonprofit director, who found me through an old college professor, wanted to send me to Laos for one week to write stories and shoot some photos about his […]

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Jobs Around the World: March 2017

Posted by | March 16

Director of Communications for Fundación Capital in Bogota Deadline: April 10, 2017 • Communication Strategy & Branding​: develop, adjust and implement a global communications strategy that brings a distinctive presence to FundaK; advance the company’s brand and supervise the implementation of branding guidelines; develop organizational messaging, building on a recent […]

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Rwandan Photographer Mussa Uwitonze on Changing Visual Perceptions of His Country

Posted by | March 9

Mussa Uwitonze began learning photography as a nine-year-old boy selected to work on a photo project at Imbabazi Orphanage in Gisenyi, Rwanda, where he grew up. He now lives in Kigali with his wife and two children. You can see his work at www.pprphoto.com and on Instagram at @photo_mussa. Thank you for […]

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Why Your Nonprofit Should Care About Visual Storytelling

Posted by | March 2

What do you do as a humanitarian storyteller if your organization doesn’t currently see the value of visual storytelling? It’s time to convince them. According to the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS), there are more than 1.5 million nonprofit organizations registered in the United States alone. This number includes public charities, […]

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Becky Warnock: The Influence of Colonization on Images of Africa

Posted by | February 23

Becky Warnock is an artist, facilitator and activist. Her artistic practice crosses photography, film, and theatre. She uses participatory practice to engage with the people she works with. Her focus is on creating innovative, community engaged art powered for social change. She trained at the Central School of Speech and […]

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Jobs Around the World: February 2017

Posted by | February 16

NOTE: Please don’t send your job applications to NGO Storytelling. We aggregate these postings as a service to you. To apply for a position, click the “Learn more about this job” link beneath each listing. Thanks! Director of Communications for Palladium in Rwanda Deadline: May 31, 2017 Oversees communications for project […]

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