Sourcing great photos can be challenging. Few NPOs have photographers on staff or budgets for hiring freelancers. So photography is an area where staff and volunteers can use their creativity and enhance an organization’s communications materials. If you would like to take high-impact photos, here are some pointers to get you started.
Non-profit organizations (NPOs) have great stories to tell. Just a few good photos can bring these stories to life and help make connections and build relationships. But it can be difficult to get the quality images you need for compelling communications materials. If you’re not sure where to start, here are 7 suggestions to help you plan and manage your imagery.
Many Canadian non-profit organizations end their fiscal year on March 31 to align operations with government funders. So you may have a high number of program launches, events, new publications, and other projects coming to fruition as staff and volunteers finish projects due this year. Recording these successes as they happen will give you a head start on developing a high quality annual report. Check out our tips and tools to help your team members record their successes.