CCAH Blog: Industry Voices

CCAH Supporting Homeless Charity this Thanksgiving!

Posted by CCAH Admin on Nov 20, 2015 3:13:33 PM

Thanksgiving is Thursday, November 26th. With its arrival, the holiday season is upon us!

Most of us look forward to a Thanksgiving marked by festive meals and gatherings with family and friends, but not everyone is fortunate enough to enjoy such luxuries

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Did You Know....? Part III

Posted by Meg Kross Lee on Nov 10, 2015 4:04:14 PM

Did you know CCAH President Kim Cubine was drawn to the District’s fast-paced lifestyle since childhood? The third installment in the “Did You Know Kim Cubine” blog series focuses on her professional journey in Washington D.C., from working in a call center to playing an integral role in President Bill Clinton’s reelection campaign.

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Walk Like MADD!

Posted by Jonathan Flores on Nov 6, 2015 10:21:05 AM

This past Saturday, October 31st, CCAH participated in Mothers Against Drunk Driving’s 'Walk Like MADD' 5K at Burke Lake Park. It was the first walk in Northern Virginia in five years.  Our team of 25 employees and family members committed to raising awareness and much needed donations to help efforts to end drunk driving. 

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CCAH Teams Up with Pet Partners!

Posted by Jonathan Flores on Oct 2, 2015 9:41:42 AM



      CCAH is thrilled to announce its new partnership with Pet Partners, our nation’s largest and most highly regarded nonprofit focusing on improving Human Health through therapeutic human-animal interaction. 



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Putting Pen to Paper to turn Passion into Progress

Posted by Emily Kellner on Sep 9, 2015 4:02:00 PM

There are a lot of inspirational quotes out there about passion.

“Passion is the genesis of genius.”
“The most powerful weapon on earth is the human soul on fire.”
“Do what you love. Love what you do.”


Emily Kellner, CCAH Copy Writer 

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Three Certainties

Posted by John Wanda on Aug 18, 2015 10:30:00 AM

It has been said that nothing is certain in life except for death and taxes. And, according to a recent article in The Chronicle of Philanthropy, it seems we might be able to add no major reforms to U.S. tax law to that short list.

Everyone agrees that the tax code should be simpler and loophole-free. Yet, our legislators seem either unwilling to tackle broad reform or unable to reach consensus on how to achieve across-the-board simplicity and fairness. That’s bad news for everyone.

And it gets worse for the nonprofit fundraising world: Congress and President Obama are apparently willing to address business-related tax changes in the current session, which means nonprofits could face important changes relative to charitable deductions.

John Wanda, CCAH Principal, VP of Finance 

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Three Decades Celebration!

Posted by Admin CCAH on Aug 13, 2015 12:58:00 PM


Chapman Cubine Adams + Hussey is celebrating an anniversary: Three decades of helping our clients make the world a better place. Thank you to all of the amazing organizations that have allowed us to be part of your mission over the years!


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No More Victims - MADD National Conference

Posted by Sandra Paul Bishop, Vice President of Fundraising on Jul 22, 2015 8:30:00 AM

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CCAH Wins Big Again! - 2015 MAXI Awards

Posted by Admin CCAH on Jul 13, 2015 5:45:23 PM


CCAH’s dynamic campaigns continue to pay off in a big way. On July 7, 2015, we received Direct Marketing Association of Washington’s (DMAW’s) platinum Big Idea Award for Guide Dogs for the Blind’s Cookie Cutter Cultivation package and 12 MAXIs at a ceremony and reception held at the Gaylord National Hotel & Conference Center in National Harbor, Maryland. Our firm captured one of two Big Idea Awards presented during the event and led all agencies for the 22nd consecutive year in MAXI wins.



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Charleston Reflection

Posted by Kim Cubine on Jun 22, 2015 6:04:58 PM


This is not the blog that we were supposed to post this week, but given the tragic events that have occurred in Charleston recently, I needed to share some thoughts on the murder of Walter Scott and the tragic mass shooting at Emanuel AME church last week.


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