Put a smile to a kid

Put a smile to a kid

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This NGO Company has a goal of enhancing their image in order to attain more volunteers and donors as well as broaden, the organization’s public and increase brand awareness. We have prepared a plan that will accomplish these tasks in the most effective and cost efficient manner. Empowered Black Child  serves as an alternative education and workforce-development program; one that helps high school dropouts gain literacy and job-readiness in order to make a successful transition into high-growth high-demand occupational sectors and/or post-secondary education.


Through extensive research, planning and strategizing, we Black Child Foundation Providence does not put considerable effort into advertisements and use mostly “word of mouth” to communicate about organization. With the use of surveys that we conducted, it was determined that most participants were unfamiliar with Black Child foundation, approximately 90%. For this reason we focused our plan on reaching publics through events and written flyers/advertisements, with a hope of increasing knowledge about the organization. Another major aspect of our plan is to gain donors and enhance current donor relations. To do so we decided to reach out to local businesses, with a purpose of gaining supporters that have a connection to the community and could reap the benefits of an educated youth. We intend that many of the Youth students will graduate from the program with the potential of working at the businesses that contributed to their success.


We cantered our plan on the message “Foster the minds today that will foster our tomorrow”, a slogan created to encourage involvement in Black Child Foundation, as it is an organization that will give back to the community whatever is put into it. With this we hope to develop our target publics’ positive attitudes regarding the program.

 

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