Doing a Lot with a Little: Branding and Public Relations for Small Nonprofit Organizations
Date of Award
Organiz. & Prof. Communication
Master of Professional Studies
Organiz & Prof Communication
Nonprofit, Branding, Public relations
This paper explores the state of branding and public relations in small nonprofit organizations. In this study, bran refers to the full spectrum of an organization's identity (Vinjamuri 2004), and public relations encompasses actions nonprofits take to strengthen that brand through relationships with the community and the media. While research has been done on these topics, the focus has typically been on large organizations, without addressing the unique challenges faced by small nonprofits. This paper provides original research through interviews with seven small nonprofit leaders. Results reflect their views on obstacles and limitations faced by their organizations, and identifies best practices that can be emulated by others. These findings are incorporated into an applied project that accompanies this research.
Paulk, Kimberly I., "Doing a Lot with a Little: Branding and Public Relations for Small Nonprofit Organizations" (2014). University College: Organizational and Professional Communications Capstones. 95.
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