Do you think like Lindee Nance? If you are seeking corporate support from Harmons Grocery
for your organization, you should!
Lindee Nance is the Vice President of Marketing and Advertising for Harmons Grocery
where she leads Harmons marketing and advertising efforts, collaborates across
operational teams to craft a compelling brand message, and serves as an operating
She cares deeply about bringing quality food experiences to Utahans, nutrition
education, and eliminating childhood hunger. Her love of storytelling has shaped her
approach to branding and communication; before devoting her full time attention to
Harmons, she worked as a photojournalist and director of marketing communications.
Lindee earned her Bachelor’s degree at Idaho State University and her Master of Arts
at Weber State University.
Catch Lindee at AFP Utah Chapter's "Think Like a Donor" workshop on Thursday, June 14, where she will
be one of several panelists representing philanthropic organizations across Utah. Register HERE!
AFP Members receive $25 off the already discounted member price with a coupon code sent to
them via email on May 17. Become a member today, and take advantage of this savings!
In the midst of maintianing basic-level memberships and high-level funders, we fundraisers sometimes neglect our donors in the middle. As Jessie Foster Strike, Manager of Major Gifts at the Natural History Museum of Utah, knows, though, mid-level donor clubs can be tremendously effective tools for providing sustainable annual operating support, driving upgrade potential, and building a pipeline for major gifts.
In her breakout session, "Mastering Your Mid-level Donor Program," Jessie will lead attendees through a case study of the Copper Club at the Natural History Museum of Utah. Over just three years, Copper Club annual revenue grew from $70,000 to $350,000 through in-person visits, purposeful solicitation, and creative stewardship!
Don't miss it! Click HERE to register for 2018 Fundraising Day now.
Desperately seeking a unique, practical, and simple way to show your donors your appreciation? How about 40 ways? Columbus Community Center's Chief Employment Officer Safia Keller and Planned Parenthood Association of Utah's Vice President of Development Tim W. Johns are here to help!
Inspired by the social media hashtag #DonorLove--used in the fundraising community to share ideas about donor stewardship, how to keep donors engaged, and ways they make donors feel appreciated--this duo will present a talk entitled "#DonorLove: 40 Practical Ways to Show Your Donors You Care About Them" at AFP Utah Chapter's 2018 Fundraising Day conference on April 11. This fast-paced session will enlighten you with specific examples of things (at least 40, to be exact) two seasoned professionals do to show their donors they care.
Click HERE to register for Fundraising Day and get your donor stewardship plan in place!
What is a Unique Value Proposition, and how can it help your non-profit organization? Kasandra Verbrugghen, Executive Director of SpyHop Productions, knows. SpyHop Productions has been dedicated to mentoring young people in the digital media arts to help them find their voices since its establishment in 1999.
Kasandra is excited to share her expertise with Utah's fundraisers at the 2018 Fundraising Day conference on April 11. Her workshop "The Selling Point: How Your Organization's Unique Value Proposition Can Lead to Greater Funding Success" is designed to help you learn principles used by for-profit corporations to articulate their work in a way that is simple, compelling, and sellable.
Register HERE for Fundraising Day and save your spot at Kasandra's workshop at The Hilton Salt Lake City Center!