We have a confession. We’re nature nerds. Dawn can identify just about any bird that shows up outside our windows. We’ve loved working with Audubon North Carolina on their social media and communications, so we jumped at the opportunity to flex our creativity on a year-end fundraising campaign. From our experience interacting with the Audubon Facebook community we knew […]
When it’s time to stop playing nice… You’ve gotta’ roll up your sleeves and get dirty! After an exploration, that’s exactly what we did for NC Conservation Network’s (NCCN) 10-Year Plan and Annual Report. Flipping the Project on its Head From our early conversations with NCCN staff, we could tell the 10-Year Plan was the star […]
How do you close the door on polluters in your community once and for all? After a successful grassroots campaign to Stop Titan, the concrete manufacturing plant that could have polluted the Cape Fear river in Wilmington, NC, NC Coastal Federation approached us to continue the momentum and close the door to polluters. It appeared […]
Background: How do you tackle a goal to distribute 10,000 bird boxes in a single year? With Bird-Friendly Communities, BC/DC Ideas was given the opportunity to build a new communications program with Audubon North Carolina that did just that and so much more.A mix of media savvy, vibrant collateral and a wallop of creativity gave […]
We love helping nonprofits take bold steps to fundraise for their future. We worked with the Triangle Land Conservancy to create a strategic plan document that carried their organization into the next phase. With bold photos and clean copy, they are ready to see the dollars roll in for conservation.
The Land for Tomorrow coalition works to protect our state’s most important economic assets: land and water. BC/DC Ideas helped them launch a bold new logo and website. The logo depicts our state’s beauty of mountains, land and sea. The website serves as a resource reservoir to help legislators, aides and funders see the benefits […]
Background: After some soul-searching, Conservation Trust for North Carolina (CTNC) pivoted to a conservation mission that put community at the center of everything they did. It meant reckoning with long-standing issues of inequality in conservation and creating a space where young people can see themselves. Our Approach: We created a strategic vision that is full […]