Want to spruce up your mission statement, tailor your tagline, or perfect your pitch?

We’re here for you.

We’ve sliced, diced, and dissected more than 14 million words to see which ones–specifically, exactly, absolutely–will deliver the results you want, and need, to move your mission forward.

We’ve customized, and crafted, hundreds of consulting engagements over the years. This means we know how to get you from where you are today (probably stuck and/or frustrated, if you’re on this page) to where you want to be (a happy future-state where your words are woo’ing and wowing the pants off people).

Here are a few examples of how we typically work with our beloved clients:

  • Craft an answer to the question, “What do you do?” that all board, staff, and volunteers can consistently and enthusiastically say without sounding at all like a robot.
  • Make your Mission Statement something you will be proud to display on your website, business cards, screen savers (yes, that’s something that happens), and fundraising appeals.
  • Take your tagline from frumpy to fantastic.

True, you can do much of this on your own through Claxon University. But sometimes you need some extra oomph. Sometimes you need a team of experts who can serve as your very own Mission-Motivated Messaging SWAT Team. We get it.

Organizations are like snowflakes–no two are alike. So we tailor our consulting engagements to meet the specific needs, and take into account the unique culture, of each organization with whom we work.

Who do we work with? We mainly work with non-profits, but we don’t really give a hoot about tax status. So long as you want to make the world a better place and have a plan for doing it, we’re happy to help you find words that are as awesome as your work.

Curious what it’s like to work with Claxon? Read what others have said about their Claxon experience. And, as always, feel free to be in touch with any and all questions you may have!

Do you communicate as effectively as you think?


Do you communicate as effectively as you think?