We know this much is true about the animal welfare field—we’re resilient, we’re innovative, and we bring communities together. Case in point: When COVID-19 restrictions on large group events threatened to cancel Sacramento SPCA’s largest community event and fundraiser, they went virtual.
Applications open now through Tuesday, June 2, at 11:59 PM ET Has your shelter been impacted by COVID-19? With a long history of supporting animal shelters, Hill’s Pet Nutrition has partnered with The Association to provide financial assistance to agencies in the U.S.
COVID-19 and the quarantine are pushing us all to re-evaluate our fundraising efforts and find new ways to keep donors engaged. The Association’s Katherine Shenar discussed this with Jim Tedford, CAWA, President and CEO for The Association, and fundraising guru Trish Dewald.
While there is much uncertainty in our daily lives, one thing we must remain certain about–ourselves. The Association’s President & CEO, Jim Tedford, CAWA, wholly endorses this idea.
Because so much of fundraising relies upon effective communication, Scott and his team have collaborated to provide you with the following communications guidance for staying afloat and effective through the pandemic crisis. They’ve also created a sample official statement that can be customized for your agency and emailed to your supporters and/or posted on your website.
This 5-minute read could change the course of your organization’s financial landscape in the weeks to come! Read on for key steps you can take today to raise funds and rally the community. Myth: Donors won’t want to give because they’re worried.
“One thing is clear,” reveal The Association’s Jim Tedford and Trish Dewald of Phoenix Innovate in their recent blog. “For organizations to remain true to their missions, active fundraising must continue.
Written by Jim Tedford, President & CEO of The Association for Animal Welfare Advancement, and Trish Dewald, Executive Vice President, Phoenix Innovate Please welcome first-time guest blogger, Trish Dewald. The Association is pleased to announce our new partnership with Phoenix Innovate, a Detroit-based provider of innovative communications and fundraising services.
With social media constantly changing, it’s hard to anticipate what’s next and what your shelter can do to succeed in this space. Katherine Shenar, our executive vice president, recently spoke at the Florida Animal Control Association Conference in Orlando, FL, about the important social media trends of 2020.