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Tag: Donors

Oct
16

From A Mess of Intense Moments to Meaning: Storytelling Tools to Help Others Engage In Your Work

Filed Under: - Posted @ 4:30pm

Under COVID-19 conditions, nonprofits are mobilizing rapidly to support communities through complex and constantly changing situations. How can that impact be shared in a way that engages donors and supporters? Using story structure. The structure of stories helps us remember complex ideas and make sense of change in our lives. Join Nonprofit Leaders Conference for > Continue Reading

Jul
8

Understanding Your Community Helps Charitable Giving Support Racial Equity

Filed Under: Philanthropy - Posted @ 4:55pm

  Since COVID-19 shut down schools, the Hilltop Artists’ glass hot shop furnaces at Jason Lee Middle School have been idle. But, Hilltop Artists’ support for youth continues. On a recent afternoon, Executive Director Dr. Kimberly Keith worked from the dining room of the house where she grew up, via video meetings, getting creative with > Continue Reading

Apr
8

Charitable Giving Incentives From The CARES Act

Filed Under: Philanthropy - Posted @ 3:09pm

  COVID-19 and the necessary public health measures to address it are having a huge impact on the normal operations of nonprofits and community service providers in Pierce County and across the country. From shutting down operations to the sudden surge in need for vulnerable communities, nonprofits were not able to plan for or prepare > Continue Reading

Aug
7

Local Organizations Go Beyond the Gala for Deeper Donor Engagement

Filed Under: Philanthropy - Posted @ 1:49pm

When she arrived at her post as president and CEO of Goodwill of the Olympics and Rainier Region in 2017, Lori Forte Harnick wanted to engage donors more deeply in the organization’s transformational work. She had a vision: “More people should be invited to our beautiful work opportunity center so they can see us in > Continue Reading

May
4

Let’s Face It Walk

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Let’s Face It Walk is a fundraising event of years past to be as inclusive as possible to all of our participants, community partners and SACPC Board of Directors, staff and volunteers. This issue affects us all and we want everyone to feel welcome and represented at our events. The spirit of the event is > Continue Reading

Apr
14

Girl’s Only Prom

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Do you want to have a great time with your girlfriends while contributing to our work??? Grab your friends and meet us at prom!! Let’s make some noise!! Proceeds benefit Rebuilding Hope! Sexual Assault Center for Pierce County (SACPC). SACPC provides healing through advocacy and therapy for those affected by sexual assault and abuse as > Continue Reading

Nov
7

Site Visits: Seeing is Believing

Filed Under: Philanthropy - Posted @ 1:09pm

When Bill and Nancy Smith walked into the new Eastside Community Center at the recent grand opening, they could hardly believe what they were seeing.  “Our perception of what the community center would look like was nothing compared to what was actually built,” said Bill. “The thought and planning that has gone into this facility is > Continue Reading