Your nonprofit’s brand should effectively communicate its purpose visually in every format.
Donor collateral is an opportunity to connect with your donors, communicate your ideas, and persuade them to take action.
With 20+ years of experience designing donor marketing collateral for nonprofits, you can be confident that your print and digital materials will be polished, professional, and a true reflection of your brand.
Nonprofit Design Services
I take it a step further, I’ll help you figure out a deadline based off the upcoming event, discuss the most efficient sizes for your print collateral to keep costs down, and do it while maintaining a sense of humor.
What’s your design need? Choose from the list below and then contact me today to discuss your upcoming project. I’m happy to hear your ideas and share how I can help.
Gala and Event Collateral
Annual Reports/Impact Statements
eBlasts in Constant Contact or MailChimp
Donor Appeal Packages
What My Clients Say
“Jeanine is incredibly creative, works quickly, is very sensitive to each organization and its needs”
“We just got our faith-based nonprofit organization’s new website, created by Jeanine Davis, up and running and I couldn’t be more excited about it!!! Jeanine is incredibly creative, works quickly, is very sensitive to each organization and its needs, and keeps her promises! She is amazing! Thank you, Jeanine, for going beyond expectations in your creative design and in making sure our nonprofit’s website is clear in describing what is different and great about us!”
–Molly W. Blancke, Executive Director, Lutheran Counseling Center
“Jeanine’s passion shines through on every single project.”
“Jeanine isn’t just a designer; she’s a thinker, planner, researcher, organizer, learner, detail-getter, big-picture-looker and so much more. She has great instincts and insights, cares deeply about the work she does, and has such respect for her clients and her partners. She is transparent, honest and caring. Jeanine’s passion shines through on every single project.”
–Deidre Rienzo, Connect with Copy