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Regenerative Farms
Ashfield, Massachusetts
5 projects

Member since 2020-10-07

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Session Overview

I'd love a session to look at our current messaging/website/donor outreach LOI -and hear ideas on how we can communicate our message in a very compelling, heartfelt way that will best connect with donors of all types, and quickly convert them into supporters of our cause. I'd love to leave the session with 1-3 short statements that best capture the importance of our work, and that can best convince our audiences they must join us in our efforts so that we can carry those salient points across all of our various messaging collateral. Our prior messaging efforts have culminated into what we have now on our website, however we are not connecting well with donors yet. We think that there could be a more compelling way to tell our story -and since climate change and environmental non-profits get very little funding, we believe telling the part of story that is about saving hungry women and children from famine and malnutrition might be a better vantage point to utilize in our messaging.


Nonprofit Overview

Since the pandemic, hunger and malnutrition have surged, creating an unprecedented global food emergency according to the UN World Food Program. In today's world there are more frequent weather disasters that are threatening food security everywhere. In many parts of the world, up to 80% of a child’s food is grown by their mother. Gender oppression and violence also rose steeply during the pandemic, and continue to be the accepted norm in too many places. Because of this, women lack access to many of the resources they need to grow enough food. During the pandemic those resources became even more scarce and moms bore the brunt of added hours of work each day that had to be spent caring for sick, elderly and children as the world shut down leaving less time for growing food. As a result, today 1 in 3 children where we work are malnourished, facing a lifetime of physical and mental deficits that could easily have been prevented. That's why our solution to child hunger is very different than most. We work at the source of the problem providing a simple solution that builds women farmers' weather resilience to prevent children from ever facing hunger. We provide women with what is needed to grow their food security and resilience long before disaster strikes.

The generous donation of your expertise helps us keep our overhead low (we only have one part-time US staff member) so we can put more of our funding toward cultivating hope, nourishing futures, and saving children's lives all around the world."