Preservation Trust of Vermont
For the past two years, the Preservation Trust of Vermont has been collaborating on an exciting project called the Vermont Story Lab.

We are a network of nonprofits and individuals with a common goal: to weave storytelling through the fabric of nonprofit organizations to expand our reach and impact.

Our Spring Lab season is underway, and thanks to popular demand, we have added an additional lab in Brattleboro: Storytelling Strategies that Move People to Donate on Thursday, June 22. 

If you are interested in attending, we encourage you to register as soon as possible as it is filling up fast!

All the best,
 
Meg Campbell

Storytelling Strategies that Move People to Donate
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Thursday, June 22, 1-4 p.m. 
Marlboro College Graduate Center, Brattleboro

Learn to tailor your mission-driven stories to funders, grantors, businesses and individual donors for maximum impact.

This half-day workshop will offer dynamic strategies and examples to best showcase your programs and participants for specific audiences (from annual appeals to sponsorships to infographics).

This interactive lab will be presented by Marybeth Christie Redmond, journalist and former director of development and communications, Vermont Works for Women.    

REGISTER NOW

Friday, September 29, 2017
Shelburne Farms  Coach Barn 

We're designing our 2nd statewide event for nonprofit communicators and storytellers! The day will feature skill-building activities, peer-to-peer sharing, examples of excellent storytelling for fundraising and marketing, and a networking reception.

More info soon at vermontstorylab.org

Partners of the Vermont Story Lab include the Preservation Trust of Vermont, Shelburne Farms, Vermont Folklife Center, RETN, Community Expressions, 
Fran Stoddard Productions, and Marybeth Christie Redmond.

Generous funding is provided through the Vermont Community Foundation.



Preservation Trust of Vermont
104 Church Street
Burlington, VT  05401
802-658-6647 | ptv@sover.net
www.ptvermont.org