Pop Social Enterprise is a small consulting firm working with nonprofits and corporate partners to grow their programs, services, and general operating capacity using a creative and collaborative strategic approach.
We specialize in strategic marketing and communication formulating strong data and compelling messaging through fundraising campaigns, grant proposals, impact reports, newsletters, websites, and social media to promote missions, increase funding and visibility, and grow general operating capacity.
Pat Craddick is the Founder of POP Social Enterprise, LLC, which she started after a successful career in the nonprofit industry. A former Executive Director / CEO of an award-winning nonprofit, Pat created POP Social Enterprise designed to help nonprofits get the critical unrestricted general operating funding they need to develop, sustain, and grow their day-to-day operations.
With a Master's degree in Nonprofit Management and Fundraising, Pat is an accomplished professional with 25+ years experience in nonprofit, philanthropy, and the corporate financial industries. Leading the programmatic, operational, finance, fundraising, marketing communication, and board development mandates of a growing nonprofit gave Pat a whole new appreciation and a unique perspective of the intricacies of nonprofits.
A social entrepreneur, Pat is passionate about mission driven community work having achieved impactful results with 9 merit awards for nonprofit excellence, entrepreneurship, and leadership. Read more...
"Working with Pat has given us the courage and confidence to grow our nonprofit and think bigger. As a small grassroots organization, we have spent years focusing on our offerings and curriculum, but struggled to increase our capacity to meet the needs of our clients. With Pat's gentle guidance and expert knowledge we've been inspired to think of new ways to continue working towards our mission of empowering survivors of trauma. We are extremely grateful for her support and care, and are looking forward to continuing to grow and learn from her."