CauseWired is a consulting firm that helps organizations inspire people to support causes that change the world. We work with nonprofits, advocates, and other social sector organizations to create resources, strategy, and message.
CauseWired is a consulting firm that helps organizations inspire people to support causes that change the world.
We are not fundraising counsel. Rather, CauseWired strengthens the efforts of our clients and their causes by creating an actionable connection with target audiences, online and off. In every assignment, we’re working toward sustainability long after we leave. Every campaign should increase capacity. Every communications effort should improve in-house skills and understanding. Every strategic plan should include realistic goals for programs and revenue.
Working with nonprofit organizations, foundations, individuals, companies and advocacy groups, CauseWired connects a community of voices for change.
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Civil society, the social sector, activism and philanthropy are changing. The world is smaller. We face massive challenges as organizations and institutions. And networks really matter. So does listening and collaboration. We can be your trusted partner for growth and impact.
- Strategic, development, and communications planning
- Actionable intelligence and research
- Case and story development
- Donor communications
- Leadership development and coaching
- Trends and data analysis
We’re used to working on unique and challenging projects. We’re not the cookie-cutter solution, we’re the problem solvers.
Our clients are organizations who pursue social change and impact – and people who wake up daily wondering how they can improve the lives of their fellow citizens.
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