We love working with non profits, foundations and businesses who are making our world better than we found it.
If you are a non profit that wants to engage your donors in new and more fruitful ways, let’s talk about working together. Are you a foundation that wants to get more people on board with the changes you are creating via your funding? Then let’s find some new and effective ways to do that.
Do you need someone to speak to your board or senior management on how social media and technology are changing how we communicate? We’d be happy to.
Mixtape Communications’ current and past clients include
a child’s right – This innovative non profit cleans water for kids. We’re helping them by creating communication and social media plans to get more people involved with their life changing work.
Alzheimer’s Association – Western and Central Washington State Chapter - Gearing up for their 2011 Walk to End Alzheimer’s season, the Alzheimer’s Association asked us to create a social media plan to increase registration for the Walks.
Beyond the Bridge - Supports LGBTQ youth in King County, WA through fundraising and resources. We’ve been consulting pro bono with them on their social media plan and messaging.
Community Voice Mail – This nonprofit is the trusted voice for homeless and vulnerable people throughout the country. Mixtape has been working with their national office on defining their audience and messaging and thinking about the future.
Imago Organizational Design - Imago helps nonprofits and Leaders of Color become full voiced leaders. Mixtape helped them to hone their audience and messaging.
Mt. Emily Safe Center – They are the voice and support for abused children in Eastern Oregon. Mixtape Communications is working alongside them to update their messaging and create a communications plan. Watch for a new website in Fall of 2011.
Philanthropy Northwest – If you are a foundation in the Northwest then chances are you rely on Philanthropy Northwest to connect you to your peers and share information with you to make you a better funder. Mixtape is working alongside Philanthropy Northwest to identify the ways they can better utilize technology & social networking to build philanthropy in the Northwest.
Pride Foundation – The Northwest’s LGBT community foundation provides millions of dollars in grants and scholarships every year. Mixtape led them through a process of assessing new opportunities for engaging their donors and increasing the pace of change.
Potlatch Fund – Inspiring the tradition of giving in the Northwest’s Indian Country. We helped them to develop their communications plan and evaluate their materials and messaging.
Community Voice Mail National – Mixtape presented at CVM’s national conference on improving your storytelling
Unitarians of Great Britain – Presented virtually to ministers from throughout Great Britain on how our culture is changing with the advent of technology & social media. We then led an interactive workshop where the ministers started developing their social media plans.
Why Use Social Media – Presentation at Creative Cares on what social media is good at and ideas on how and why nonprofits should use these tools.
Top Ten Twitter Tips - Find out the top ten things we love about Twitter and become a power user.
SXSW Webinar – Presented on what we learned at SXSW 2011 and how it can benefit non profits and foundations.
Mixtape Communications is based in Seattle, WA and is keeping our carbon footprint small. We’ll work with local organizations in person and happily consult virtually with those of you not fortunate enough to live here.