Animated Publicity (PR) Via Cover Story
Donor Partner: CoverStory.com
Category: Public Relations
Format: Digital and Physical
Availability: Limited Availability
Being featured on CoverStory.com and its affiliate publications allows you to showcase your nonprofit and bring credibility to your organization in the marketplace. A strategic partnership with our PR network of over 130K followers on YouTube, Instagram, and Facebook coupled with your social media presence can create the kind of PR buzz your nonprofit needs. PR is not just for the wealthy and famous, but people who are making an impact in the world, people like you. The CoverStory.com Grant is designed to assist your nonprofit in raising public awareness. The grant seeks to provide your nonprofit with financial support in getting your message out effectively to the public as quickly as possible. CoverStory.com does this by producing press releases, digital and print publications about your nonprofit, people, and programs.
You have multiple publications to choose from. The magazines under Cover Story's umbrella include:
Cover Story provides free phone and email support.
Please Choose Carefully
This product's Admin Fee is nonrefundable. There are no exchanges.
How to Obtain This Grant
Fill out the "Apply For Grants" form at the bottom of the page. You'll receive an email or call from us to discuss next steps, which will include which magazine you'd like to be featured on and the process for creating an article about you or your organization.
There are three options for the Cover Story Grant: Press Release, Animated Magazine Cover, and Animated Cover Story.
Cover Story Magazine
* Due to the high quality requirements of Cover Story Magazine, they require a professional photoshoot in order to be featured on that specific magazine.
** If a metal print is ordered, a professional photoshoot must be taken as well.
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