The Good, Bad, and Ugly of Letter Writing – Webinar

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Date(s) - 11/06/18
10:00 am - 11:00 am

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Communicating the impact of a nonprofit is critical to the health of an organization, and letters — appeal, acknowledgement, stewardship — are the backbone of a development shop. Join Mollard Consulting as we dive into the good, bad, and ugly of letter writing. We’ll also explore the research and data behind why this work matters. If your organization does a cut and paste of last year’s letter this year, or if your donor thank yous have not been updated since the invention of the personal computer, know that you are not alone.

 

 

 

mollardKerri Mollard, of Mollard Consulting has served more than 70 nonprofits as a consultant, and worked for nonprofits in roles from Membership Manager to Development Director to Interim Executive Director for seven years prior to founding Mollard Consulting in 2003. Her largest project is serving as campaign counsel for the nearly $17 million Reeb Avenue Center on the south side. Kerri has grown the company significantly in the last two years and was a finalist this year for the NAWBO Visionary Award. Kerri taught nonprofit management and public relations at Ohio Dominican University for seven years and speaks regularly at conferences and seminars, including the 2017 Seeds for Growth hosted by Huntington. She has a MA in Arts Administration from Indiana University, and BA in History of Art from The Ohio State University.

 

Fees: $10.00 Members       $25.00 Non-Members

 

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Mollard Consulting

We believe that fundraising is inherently relational – that philanthropy happens when the stories – the impact of the work – is shared in ways that make connections with the intended audiences.  In making those connections, we build relationships that are deeply rooted in mission.

Our mantra is “be healthy” – We build financial health through effective fundraising strategies, organizational health through planning, and sector health through capacity building, as we believe that thriving nonprofits are essential for a healthy society.

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