Communicating About Your FIP

FIP Communications Guide

FisheryProgress developed the following guide to help you better communicate about your FIPs and reporting on FisheryProgress to your most important audiences, including businesses that source from you and those that will help support your FIP’s improvements.

The Communications Guide includes:

  • Guidance for communicating about FisheryProgress, including talking points, boilerplate language about the site, and answers to common questions about the site
  • Resources for press outreach about your FIP, including best practices, how to refer to FisheryProgress, and template press releases
  • Resources for communicating about your FIP on social media, including best practices, how to tag FisheryProgress, and template posts you can use to post about your FIP

 Download the Communications Guide here.

 

Telling Your FIP’s Success Story

With support from the David and Lucile Packard Foundation, Springboard Partners developed this toolkit in response to feedback from nonprofit partners, industry representatives, and foundation program officers on the need for easy-to-understand and compelling stories about FIPs’ impact.

This toolkit is designed to help those who work on FIPs to identify the storylines and details about their FIPs that are the most compelling and develop them into a story.

You can access the toolkit here. Springboard Partners also developed a video that can help you develop a story about your FIP which you can watch here.