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Nonprofit Experts

How We Became Nonprofit Experts

What makes an expert? Ten thousand hours? An advanced degree? A person who has a comprehensive and authoritative knowledge of or skill in a particular area? Thank you Oxford Dictionary for that last one. For me, expert has always been a tough term to use because it makes it sound like we have nothing left to learn. Nowhere to grow. We’re experts, right? Done.

Years of Hard Work

In preparation for writing this I started an outline of how I would prove that TIV Branding has built the expertise to call ourselves social and environmental program brand building experts. I figured a key piece is to show all the nonprofit and government programs we’ve worked on. It turns out, in this case, that a list is more powerful than an explanation.

Below is a list of all of the programs we’ve helped through the years. Not all are current clients but many are. And not all were brand building campaigns, but if you know TIV Branding, you know we always have a discover phase, so the level of research alone that has gone into our work with all of these programs is substantial.

If you would like to learn more about the projects we’ve worked on for each of these organizations we would love to connect and discuss the details. Click here for more information about how we build brands for nonprofits and government programs.

10,000 Degrees

Avie’s Place

Boy’s and Girl’s Club of Sonoma Valley

Cambodia Impact

Circuit Rider

Cricket’s Hope

Drought Is Here

Family Justice Center Sonoma County

First Responders Resiliency, Inc.

Habitat for Humanity

Santa Rosa City Communications & Intergovernmental Relations

Santa Rosa City Water Infrastructure

Santa Rosa Junior College

Santa Rosa Police Department

Santa Rosa Violence Prevention Partnership

Sonoma County District Attorney

Sonoma County Public Library Foundation

Sonoma County Water

St Joseph Health

Stanislaus County Family Justice Center

Streets to Creeks

Therapeutic Playground

United Way

Weaving Earth

YMCA Sonoma County

Zero Waste Food Ware