You probably already know it’s imperative to record and understand your donors’ transactional data. Data helps you develop a collective understanding of your donor’s behavior, concerns and preferences. Data gives you tangible proof of certain inclinations. It informs personalization and fosters integrated communications. But what about the intangibles?
Schultz & Williams has put its strategic planning experiences to work through this white paper, “Strategic Planning: The New ‘Right’ Approach that Aligns Mission and Relevance.”
International Campaign for Tibet holds “Thank You America and Commemoration of 60 Years in Exile for His Holiness the Dalai Lama” event on Capitol Hill.
Proud to Announce Vice President Matt Brown as co-chair of this year’s Annual Bridge to Integrated Marketing & Fundraising Conference.
Chimp Haven received a $2MM anonymous gift to support its “Welcome Them Home” campaign for chimps retired from biomedical research.