Are you an Agent of Good too?

Hey! How are you? Thank you for coming to visit the Agents of Good. Welcome! We’re grateful you’re here and we’d love to hear from you about why you’re here today.

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This is what we do. We start conversations. We want to talk about you. We are open-hearted, curious and passionate about how we can help you connect with your donors, and all the kind and caring people who care about your cause.

Our amazing, inspiring, and sometimes challenging clients already know this about us: we live and breathe donors. We live and breathe #donorlove. The heart in our logo represents your donors. Your donors are top of our minds every single time we sit down to tell your story. In your mailing, in your gratitude report, in your legacy program, your newsletter, your website.

And the heart in our logo also represents you. Fundraisers like you inspire us with your dedication and passion. And you move us to tears with your stories, and by allowing us to help curate the stories of your organization. It’s a beautiful privilege to help your donors put their values into action by giving to you.

If you believe every gift is precious, you’re an Agent of Good. If you believe your donors are heroes, you’re an Agent of Good. If you believe in sharing stories that resonate with values and emotions, you’re an Agent of Good. If you believe that the heart and soul of fundraising is connecting donors to want to help with charities who can express what they need in thoughtful, specific and emotional terms, you’re an Agent of Good. If you want to rage, cry, laugh, wave your arms and be passionate about our craft and always, always know that we can and must do better and love our donors more, you’re an Agent of Good.

We are Agents of Good. And so are you. Welcome, Special Agent. Let’s get started. Still not ready to contact us right now, that’s OK too! You can also see some of our work in our portfolio, and you can also check out what’s happening on our blog.

No matter what you do right now, thanks for visiting. Come back anytime. Our doors—and hearts—are open!

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From Our Blog
  • Team Donor

    At AOG it is simple. You have no charity if you have no donor. So we are on Team Donor. Every day. If your job is involved with donor giving – you should be the centre striker/forward/pitcher/quarterback (insert any other key position on a sports team) for Team Donor. A donor decides to graciously help…

  • Lettuce and Lover’s Fatigue

    Written by Jen, posted by John, based on a hilarious conversation in the airport lounge en route to #AFPFC  Imagine if you had a conversation like this… (John’s edit: Please point out that I’m NOT the “HIM” in this post…) Me: Hey, how’s Jamie? Him: (pause) Uh, Okay, kind of. Not great, really. Me: What’s up? Him:…

  • Creating an Open-Hearted Space for Conversations

    By: Beth Ann Locke and Jen Love Note: this post appeared originally on AFP eWire Canada about starting workplace conversations about equity and diversity. Thank you, AFP for giving us a voice. We are both passionate supporters of our sector and share your commitment to the advancement of fundraisers and the remarkable and important causes…

Our Recent Work
  • Redwood Gratitude Report 2015

    In 2015, we decided to continue the visual theme we started in The Redwood 2014 Gratitude Report. We wanted to tell three stories of three women who were helped or were in the process of being helped by The Redwood, and ultimately, by their donors. You can download and read the whole gratitude report here.

  • Redwood Gratitude Report 2014

    This is the Gratitude Report we produced for The Redwood and their donors. Conceptually, we wanted to share Ana’s story in her own words and honour her story though photography. You can read the whole report on our blog.

People Say the Nicest Things
  • We came to Agents of Good with a blank slate looking for a logo, website and business cards. The team really delivered.  We loved the logo almost immediately.  I still look at our branding pieces as one of the best investments we made into our little start-up. Extending the branding to our other marketing pieces was equally pleasing.  They really captured what we were looking for in our website, and even made a mobile specific version which I love as much as the main site. The entire team at AOG really cares about what they do. They’re not afraid to offer a contrarian view, yet are a pleasure to work with.

  • Not only are all the Agents knowledgeable, creative and friendly, they work with the best interest of both your organization and donors in mind. They understand that cultivation, stewardship and solicitation no longer occurs in silos. Rather, they embrace the complexity of multi-channel fundraising, and work with you to develop a unique, cohesive voice for your direct marketing programs.

  • What makes Agents of Good stand apart from other agencies is that they insist on doing great work – even when their clients are happy with “good enough”. Their process and their commitment are rare in the world of nonprofit marketing and branding.

  • I love working with the Agents. I get senior support from start to finish, the opportunity to bounce ideas with peers who really know their stuff, and always end up with a great finished product that helps me get results for my clients. What more could you ask for?

  • Agents of Good really took the time to understand the nuances of our organization – they got right to the heart of our values, and our vision of a world where all women and children are free from violence. To borrow the words of a Child and Youth Counsellor here at the shelter, “when I read what they wrote, I felt like they could see inside my head!”. While the agents may or may not have real x-ray vision, they must have some sort of superpower that enabled them to really get us – and to do it faster than a speeding bullet!

  • Agents of Good are fierce and uncompromising donor champions. Bringing both rigour and creativity to every project, they challenge their clients to question organizational assumptions that compromise not only #donorlove, but also donor respect. They have helped us to give donors a stronger voice in our organization, to revitalize our culture of philanthropy through storytelling, and in the process they have challenged me to become a better fundraiser.

    Juniper Locilento, CFRE Director, Annual Giving, YMCA of Greater Toronto