Here at CCAH, we know that our clients rely on us to be partners in keeping their data secure. Whether it’s transferring data from a CRM to a mail shop or storing data for analytics purposes – we maintain secure procedures and processes to keep data safe.
The Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation is a non-profit, volunteer-fueled organization dedicated to finding cures for Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis, and to improving the quality of life of children and adults affected by these diseases. CCAH began partnering with the Foundation on their direct marketing efforts—direct mail and digital—in 2017, just as the Foundation was celebrating their 50th anniversary.
Here at Chapman Cubine Adams + Hussey, we don’t just have one day dedicated to the Earth. For those of us who have the pleasure of working with environmental clients, April 22nd is just one of 365 days we spend thinking about our planet and how we can help save it. We’re inspired by our clients’ hard work to take care of the Earth and fight threats such as climate change, fracking, and the extinction of endangered species. And we bring the direct marketing savvy to engage new environmental donors with this important work.
All good fundraisers know that a successful direct response program relies, in part, on establishing strong relationships between donors and organizations. To do this effectively, we have to understand why donors are motivated to give in the first place—and then find ways to appeal to their unique motivators and needs.
Kim Cubine, our president, navigates the fast-paced culture of the District like a native born Washingtonian. As comfortable as she is in the Washington D.C. metro area, did you know that she grew up in a setting much different than where she currently resides and works?
For as long as I can remember, I’ve always looked past the national and been far more interested in events abroad. It seems many Americans share my passion, especially when it comes to giving.
What if I told you that you were in the top 10% of nonprofit marketing professionals – but that to make it into the top 5%, you’d have to join 63 others from your area who have finished reading this blog post?