Posted by Jennie Winton on October 5th, 2018
Posted in Blog, Independent Schools, Nonprofit Communications, Videos Tags: best practices, communications, messaging, Nonprofit Communications, Videos
If your school or organization operates on more than one campus a sound strategy is required to ensure you’re seen as a single organization, with a single mission, and a single brand.
It can be tempting to talk about the advantages of each location, its unique offerings, or character. But to do so can leave you vulnerable to confusion about the totality of your program.
We helped Crystal Springs Uplands School address this challenge as it proudly opened its middle school campus, a few miles from its original campus, which previously housed both the high school and middle school. Though the second campus is an exciting addition, and enhances their ability to help their students learn, live and thrive, it’s still one Crystal.
As part of a refreshed admissions campaign we developed a new printed viewbook package with the theme Learn. Live. Thrive! This theme also comes alive in the admissions video produced to reinforce Crystal as a single student body.
Rather than talking about two campuses, the narrative focuses on the 7-year journey as an opportunity to be part of a family, where people know you and champion you, year after year.
If your school or nonprofit organization is considering how to tie multiple programs or facilities into a single brand narrative here are four ways to start:
Need more help to unite your organization’s programs or facilities? We’ve got you covered.
Jennie Winton is a Founding Partner of Mission Minded, a 25-year marketing veteran sought for her expertise in branding nonprofit organizations, and a one-on-one leadership coach.
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