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Market and Visibility of Community Harvest

07.01.2022 in Visibility

Community Harvest promotes its visibility in the community by engaging in as many outreach and marketing opportunities as possible. The majority of the program’s marketing activities include tabling at farmers markets, service fairs, and other community events, as well as presenting to service and school…

Making a Visible Mission with Community Farm Connection

06.01.2022 in Visibility

The Greater Wenatchee Area has an abundance of agricultural outlets, particularly with regards to tree fruit. In order to engage larger, local agricultural companies, Community Harvest contacted large packing and processing facilities such as Stemilt, Crunch Pack, and Tree Top. A memo was sent to these…

Marketing with Clark County Food Bank

05.01.2022 in Visibility

There are many different ways to engage your community with your organization. Try different tactics to draw people in, because once you do, they will be glad to learn about what you’re doing! Table at popular community events. Make your display vibrant, inviting, educational and…

Marketing and Visibility at City Fruit

12.10.2021 in Visibility

To effectively establish and showcase your organization, it’s important to be intentional about your outreach efforts. City Fruit uses the following strategies to engage with the public: Social Media City Fruit maintains a presence on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. On the platforms receiving high…

Marketing at Blue Mountain Action Council

12.10.2021 in Visibility

Walla Walla is a small, tight-knit community. Word of mouth and general visibility at events are the best marketing tools. BMAC has been most successful at conducting outreach at the farmers’ market and making direct calls. Prioritizing a booth at the market every weekend is a…

Marketing and Visibility at Iskashitaa Refugee Network

09.11.2020 in Visibility

Iskashitaa is promoted in a variety of ways in order to reach the full scope of the clientele involved in their organization. This includes focusing attention on the various modes of communication necessary to be visible in refugee communities and other Tucson interest groups.