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What's New in Fund Raising?

Excerpts From Hotline Memos of October, 2000
from the Information Department of Project Inform

November, 2000

Holiday Card Project

It's not too early to start planning for the holidays! Now you can take the hassle out of sending holiday cards to clients, customers and friends -- and feel good doing it -- by participating in Project Inform's Holiday Card Program. Here's how you can get involved:
  • Buy Project Inform Holiday Cards
    This year, Project Inform has a selection of five designs to choose from to meet all your holiday card needs. Cards will be sold in packs of eight with envelopes to send to the folks on your holiday card list for $12 each.

  • Use the Project Inform Holiday Card Service
    For a suggested donation of only $5-10 per card, Project Inform will hand-address, sign and send holiday cards to your entire holiday card list! Or, supply us with your own cards and we will process them for you. Each card will indicate that a contribution to Project Inform was made in the addressee's name. Project Inform will mail the cards unless you request that they be sent back to you for further personalization.

  • Ask your company to participate
    By donating $1,000 or more to underwrite this program, your company can become a member of Project Inform's special circle of corporate donors, our Partners In Hope. Companies can also make use of the Holiday Card Service mentioned above.

For more information regarding this special program and others, please contact Julie Doherty at 415-558-8669 x223. You may also see examples of the cards and purchase them through our Web site at www.projectinform.org/develop/card.html.

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This article was provided by Project Inform. It is a part of the publication What's New. Visit Project Inform's website to find out more about their activities, publications and services.
 

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