How we work with:
charities and NGOs
Promote your cause. Secure funding.
When it’s a worthwhile cause you need people to get behind – or a service you know can genuinely help people – the words you use need to be inspiring enough to cut through the noise.
There’s more to it than just being clear. It has to be compelling, too. Which means telling strong stories and weaving in just the right mix of rational and emotional content.
We’ve helped big charities and smaller ones get their hands on the copy they need to promote their services more widely, attract more donors and be seen in their sector.
Our storytelling expertise means we’re experts at digging to get to the crux of your offer, and then finding interesting ways to bring it to life.
Work with writers who’ve spent years crafting copy that pulls people in. We’ll draw on proven behaviour change and persuasion principles to engage more donors and supporters in your work.
Get people to listen
Leave the navel-gazing behind. We’ll articulate the benefits of what you do, and spell out what makes your work so worthwhile, so that people feel inspired to connect and show their support.
Counter the fatigue
No ‘make a difference’ clichés here. We’ll find fresh ways to tell your stories and help you stand out.
Marie Stopes International
When Marie Stopes International first approached us for help with their words, they were using fairly technical language to talk about their family planning services. So we started by coming up with a fresher, more engaging tone of voice – stripping back on jargon and shining more of a light on their transformative approach to changing women’s lives. We’ve since applied their new way of writing across everything from web pages to their staff magazine.
I’ve worked with All Things Words on a wide range of copywriting projects. And without exception, they’ve delivered high-quality work, given great service and been easy to work with. If you want a copywriter that can help make your words work harder, I’d recommend you work with All Things Words.Chris Duncan, Marie Stopes International
The Choral Foundation
The Chapel Royal at Hampton Court is considered to be one of the palace’s greatest treasures. They needed money to support the choir, maintain the organ and replace much-needed equipment, so we got on board to write copy that helped pull in £1.5 million.
Comms we can help with
- Web content
- Case studies and profiles
- Strategy documents
- Blog and social media content
- Tone of voice guidelines