Storytelling for Nonprofits

Join us to learn how nonprofits use storytelling to create movements for change and how you can use the art of storytelling to help your nonprofit make an impact.


Design Educator Arturo will explore and iIllustrate the art and science of storytelling to empower you to plan your story in a way that speaks powerfully to your audience. Videographer Eddy will walk you through how nonprofits can utilize Canva to bring their stories to life through video. We’ll explore all the tools that Canva has to offer to support project creation including storyboarding, photography and editing tools in Canva’s video suite.


In this webinar you’ll learn:

  • What storytelling is and how it is related to impact for your nonprofit
  • The key ingredients of a good story
  • How to speak directly to your audience in a way they can relate to
  • All the tools that Canva has to offer to support your storytelling
  • How to use Canva content to complement your own and create impactful videos
  • How to share your story with the world


This webinar will benefit nonprofits looking for tools to tell their story. No prior experience with Canva is necessary. Canva Pro features will be demonstrated during this session.


Registration includes live access to webinar and participation in a Q&A.


Speakers

Arturo

Design Educator, Canva

Arturo is a designer and design educator with over eight years’ experience working for nonprofits and international organizations. He’s passionate about all things design, learning and storytelling for change.

Eddy

Videographer, Canva

Eddy is a full-suite videographer, which means she can do anything from location sourcing, to shooting, to color grading, and everything in between! Having worked extensively on reality TV productions and in production agencies, Eddy is now part of Canva's in-house production team working on everything from TikTok to TV.

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