Communications Toolkit

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“ACT” Webinar Series: Alliance Communications Toolkit

What

The Access to Justice Board’s Communications Committee’s quarterly webinar series shares best practices and practical tools for Alliance organizations to strengthen how they communicate about their work. We are thankful for the valuable feedback received from the Alliance to identify our first four topics.

Who

Anyone who supports the communications efforts of your organization is invited and encouraged to attend. The webinars are designed to give practical tools that a range of experience levels can use.

Up Next: How to Ethically and Effectively Share Client Stories

When: May 23 from 12pm – 1:30pm

Register: https://www.mywsba.org/PersonifyEbusiness/CLEStore/CLECalendar/MeetingDetails.aspx?productId=13858180

What we’ll cover: Participants will learn about best practices for ethically and effectively working with civil legal aid clients to tell their stories of receiving services and the impact those services had on their lives. We will provide examples of how this is done well for the purposes of both advocacy and fundraising.

CLE Credits: 1.5 credits

SAVE THE DATES FOR THE FULL SERIES!

BEST PRACTICES FOR SOCIAL MEDIA
September 26 from 12pm – 1:30pm

COMMUNITY OUTREACH THAT MATTERS
November 8 from 12pm – 1:30pm

From the Archives

See below for previously recorded webinars.

TESTED CIVIL LEGAL AID MESSAGING
March 27 from 12pm – 1:30pm
In a politically charged climate around equity and justice, telling the story about your work and the need for civil legal aid has never been more important. How do you speak about your work in a way that builds trust in your community, creates allies and partners, and builds support for your organization? During this recorded webinar, you’ll learn about recent opinion research that provides insight into how people view legal aid and what words, phrases, and values resonate the most. You’ll also learn about ways to incorporate this research into your organization’s messaging.

QUESTIONS?
atj@wsba.org