At A Remembered Voice, we work with organizations to build useful libraries and archives of memories, interviews and testimonials.
Organizations, both non-profit and business, have a special opportunity to share their stories with the public. Donor stories, board profiles and customer testimonials contribute impact to the life of an organization. They tell the story of the work that is being done and demonstrate the value and benefit to the community.
We conduct interviews with key constituencies and provide organizations with an archive of stories, interviews, and quotes. These stories, interviews and quotes help build a framework for marketing and public relations.
We have created:
- Audio archives of historical events
- Libraries of customer testimonials and stories
- Audio and print collections of donor stories and board profiles
We have worked with The Plainfield Public Library, Caring Contact, and The Community Foodbank of New Jersey, The Snyder Academy of Elizabethtown and Interfaith Neighbors in Asbury Park.
By asking key questions, our interviews of donors, board members, volunteers and customers will help your organization:
- Communicate the benefit of your work to the community
- Communicate the impact of your mission and your work
- Communicate to other constituents the value of your work
- Create opportunities for donor solicitation, recruitment, and retention
- Highlight the important work of your board and the individual impact of their commitment
- Honor and celebrate the work of your volunteers
- Tell the stories of your customers and the impact of your mission on their lives
With over 25 years of non-profit experience working with customers, donors, boards, staff, and volunteers, we can create a unique experience for your organization that will enhance your communications, help build your brand, and most importantly, highlight and advance your mission
Click here to read about a recent project:
The New Jersey Council for the Humanities awarded a grant to The Old First Historic Trust to pursue a new humanities initiative, Cuban Voices. Cuban Voices recorded 21 individuals who came to Elizabeth in the aftermath of the Cuban Revolution in the 1960s and 1970s. These recordings and their transcripts are archived, along with a video and curriculum, at the Elizabeth Public Library and The Snyder Academy in Elizabeth.