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Massive Promotion for Writers/Authors with Nonprofit Messages

  • Want more readers?
  • Can you create regular content?
  • Are you able to write a book in about one year?
  • Want to benefit from a custom, online community eagerly anticipating your work?
  • How would $10k per month in advertising impact your readership?
  • Would professional guidance from an advertising agency be helpful?
  • What if this didn’t cost you a penny?
  • And better yet, would getting paid make this more interesting?

What Does That Have to do with Nonprofits?

The message of your ongoing writing and book(s) would need to support a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization which is (or will become) a Nonprofit Fire client. Nonprofit Fire is an advertising agency that specializes in fundraising for nonprofits.

Nonprofit Fire develops stories for our nonprofit clients; then we relentlessly advertise the story on a massive scale; next we perpetually build an online community around the story; important to you is we “nurture” that community with ongoing content about the story; and it is from the community that we seek routine fundraising. (Visit the “fundraising” link below for explainer videos)

Some nonprofits need help with content creation for their nonprofit story.  There are also  some nonprofits that would benefit from a professionally written book about their story.  Part of our job at Nonprofit Fire is to then market the book to become an Amazon best seller, to further get the nonprofit’s message out to the world.  The books and content have your byline, but of course they are about the nonprofit.

Ideally, you would already know of a nonprofit that your writing would support. But if you don’t, you are welcome to contact us and we may be able to match you (for no cost) with a nonprofit that is seeking a writer/author.

How Does This Work?

Nonprofit Fire is an advertising agency that specializes in marketing and fundraising for nonprofits. We provide a guaranteed Perpetual Fundraising Engine for nonprofits.  This is a community-building and fundraising system which is comprised of over 85 marketing, advertising and publicity services.  Although writing content and a book(s) about the nonprofit’s story is only one aspect of our program, it’s the part that applies to you.  In brief, here is how our fundraising system for nonprofits works:

A) We develop a marketing story for our nonprofit clients
B) We create a fundraising website for that story
C) We perpetually advertise the story, spending  $10K/month using Google Ad Grants
D) We relentlessly build a global online community around the story
E) We continuously nurture the community about the story with ongoing content. (As a writer and author, this is where you would fit in)
F) We routinely seek funding from the community, based upon the story

You’re welcome and encouraged to click “Contact” and request more information about our guaranteed Perpetual Fundraising Engine for nonprofits.

Additionally, visit the following link and watch both short videos to see how your part fits in with the other important elements that comprise the guaranteed Perpetual Fundraising Engine for nonprofits.

Who Pays for This?

You don’t pay anything.  It’s free for you.  In the beginning, the nonprofit client pays into this program to get it launched.  However, we guarantee that the nonprofit’s investment is returned via fundraising.  Additionally, we continue to do fundraising for the nonprofit for no additional costs into the future.  (We are remunerated by a portion of the fundraising).

There are two primary sources of funding for this program, which is called the guaranteed Perpetual Fundraising Engine for nonprofits.

  1. Google provides $10K per month in advertising grants to qualified 501(c)3 nonprofits. That’s each and every month, which equates to $120K per year, each and every year. This program is called Google Ad Grants. To be very clear, this is not a cash grant. It’s an ongoing advertising grant. This grant is most effective when managed by an experienced agency that specializes in this type of advertising, such as Nonprofit Fire. If our nonprofit clients do not already have Google Ad Grants, we get it for them.  (For more information, visit
  2. Additionally this program benefits from routine fundraising, including crowdfunding, which is for the nonprofit organization itself.  The fundraising also covers the attendant costs for this program (including your compensation as a writer).

How Does Author Compensation Work?

As a writer and author for this program, your compensation comes from a percentage of the routine fundraising for the nonprofit organization.

Bear in mind that our fundraising does not start until after we have established a large enough community (step “F” above), which is generally several months after we begin a partnership with a new nonprofit client.  Hence, your compensation would not begin until then.  Since our fundraising increases year after year as the community continues to grow, so would your compensation.

And as emphasized above, you’re not paying anything to have your name and writing at the center of this massive marketing and community-building campaign.  (Click “Contact” for more information).

It’s important to keep in mind that your writing would need to correspond with the nonprofit’s story.

What Are Some Potential Topics?

Any topics that align with a nonprofit entity would be pertinent. To provide some examples, the most common type of U.S. nonprofit organization is categorized by the IRS as a 501(c)3. These 501(c)3 nonprofits forward the following types of purposes: charitable, religious, educational, scientific, literary, testing for public safety, fostering amateur sports competition, or preventing cruelty to children or animals.

Those broad categories represent over 1.5 million nonprofits in the United States alone.  Each of those nonprofits have a mission and purpose that benefits a specific niche of those categories.

If you are knowledgeable and have a passion about writing ongoing content for a nonprofit and especially writing a book for a nonprofit, you might wish to contact us for additional info.

Click “Contact” for more information.