Democratic National Committee
(Press release, March 23, 2015) — Chapman Cubine Adams + Hussey (CCAH), a full-service direct marketing firm serving global nonprofit organizations, is proud to announce that it has been awarded seven coveted Pollie Awards, the industry's highest honor bestowed on political consultants at the national and international level, from the AAPC. CCAH was recognized in four separate categories — sweeping one entire category — for its exemplary work during the 2014 political season. CCAH's Pollie Award wins are as follows:
Check out the winners of the 2014 FundRaising Success Gold Awards for Fundraising Excellence Telefundraising ($10 Million) category from the Democratic National Committee and EMILY'S List.
Announcing the FundRaising Success 2014 Gold Awards for Fundraising Excellence. The 2014 Campaign of the Year Award winner relied heavily on powerful, consistent messaging across multiple channels.
Many of our fundraising successes of the past can teach us about good donor communication today. The personalization, the passion, the inserts, the simplicity and the basics are never old-fashioned when it comes to good fundraising.
As FundRaising Success gears up for the ninth annual Gold Awards for Fundraising Excellence, take a look back at last year's Telefundraising Campaign of the Year from the Democratic National Committee and Chapman Cubine Adams + Hussey.
As FundRaising Success gears up for the ninth annual Gold Awards for Fundraising Excellence, take a look back at the 2011 Telefundraising Campaign of the Year from the Democratic National Committee and Chapman Cubine Adams + Hussey.
In fundraising direct mail, the letter is the thing. You have just a matter of seconds to grab the reader’s attention — or wind up in the trash bin. We scanned Who’s Mailing What!, the world’s largest library of direct-mail and e-mail samples, to share with you these top fundraising letters and the stories behind them.
FundRaising Success announces the winner of the 2013 Gold Awards for Fundraising Excellence Grand Control of the Year: Union of Concerned Scientists.
Nonprofits can learn a lot from the way the Obama campaign approached performance measurement. For although the campaign’s resources dwarfed those of the typical nonprofit, the measurement practices it followed mirror those of high-performing organizations. By following these measurement practices, the Obama campaign focused its resources on the most effective interventions, made smart resource allocation decisions, and adjusted rapidly as the context changed.