WHY TRANSLATION MATTERS for the
Non-Profit & Social Services
Many non-profit organizations and social services have chapters in different regions around the world, but even when this is not the case, most of them strive to serve a wide array of communities that speak a variety of languages. In these circumstances, translation services are often needed in order to enable and enhance the feeling of community, communication, and understanding; utilizing experienced language professionals to communicate globally with various communities provides the capability to discuss the issues at hand, whether they be related to human rights, environmental, social welfare, labor, or other vital matters. For non-profits and social services who aim to help the public, accessible communication for all is the first empowering step.
While possible content types within the industry vary widely, some common documents and materials we frequently translate and localize include the following:
• Business cards
• Consent forms/disclaimers
• Educational material
• Instructional material
• Legal documents
• Message platforms
• Mobile apps
• Newspaper articles
• Pamphlets and informational brochures
• PowerPoint slides/presentations
• Press releases
• Social media posts/profiles
• Website content
+ many other documents and materials!
Do you need an interpreter due to a language barrier between an organization and a potential client in need of help? We can help with that, too!
We offer over-the-phone (OPI), video remote (VRI), and face-to-face (F2F) interpreting services to enable and enhance communication between companies and potential clients, locals or visitors among others for various nonprofit and social services-related situations.
Are you looking for even more customized solutions? Tailored voice-over services are available for informational statements/broadcasts, interactive voice response (IVR) menu systems, instructional videos/recordings, and many more! Let us know your needs, and we can develop tailored solutions to break your specific language barriers.