Media & promotions toolkit
Media the CRISP attracts frequent coverage, which helps groups fundraise and find members.
We’ve written some media tips and this draft article that you can tailor and submit to your local paper (who can use the program photos). Please ensure you have meaningful consent from participants and let us know about upcoming media, so that we can notify the Department of Home Affairs.
Here are some photos from the program that you can download and use to add interest to your creations.
Use our powerpoint presentation to introduce the program and your group to local businesses and other interested organisations.
Introduce your group while most people are very supportive, it’s important to clearly outline who you are and what you are doing. We’ve created templates to help you explain the CRISP and your group: CRISP introduction letter | Community noticeboard letter | Group intro events
Using our brand
You are welcome to include the words “We are an approved Community Supporter Group (CSG) participating in the CRISP facilitated by Community Refugee Sponsorship Australia. The CRISP is funded by the Australian Government Department of Home Affairs.” accompanied by our logo and a link to the CRSA website (where possible) as a note in your communications. Please get in touch via email@example.com if you have any questions about using the brand.
Canva is a free, online tool that people who aren’t designers and don’t have any special skills can use to create images and documents that look properly designed. The first time you use Canva, you’ll need to create an account – it’s free and you just need to use your email address. The first page of our templates outlines how to make edits and download your finished design.
Tax deductible donations
Don’t forget, if you fundraise via the Shout for Good platform, all donations over $2 are tax deductible. Contact Sophie for more: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Feedback & ideas
Please do let us know what you think and share anything you’ve created! (email email@example.com).
The CRISP is funded by the Australian Government Department of Home Affairs.