WEBSITEs. EMAIL. brochures.
For nonprofits, it’s all about nurturing donor relationships. Here are some examples of communications from Lanny’s nonprofit portfolio that touch hearts and inspire donations.
Website: Jewish Housing & Programing
J-HAP serves the needs of adults with developmental disabilities. In addition to housing, they provide a full range of activities for their tenants. Lanny worked with the nonprofit to create a website that celebrates the program and inspires donations.
“A New Standard in Housing for Adults with Developmental Disabilities”
Cornerstone Creek welcomed its first tenants in January of 2017
…and all 45 units were quickly filled. The state-of-the-art building is the culmination of 10 years of planning, research, fundraising and dedication. It’s the only place of its kind in the Twin Cities offering affordable, independent apartment living along with progressive amenities at no charge to the tenants or their families.
Website: Cancer Support Sonoma
Soon after becoming a 501©(3) nonprofit, Cancer Support Sonoma needed a website that would touch the hearts of clients and donors. Lanny collaborated with Acme Graphics to create the site. She also writes and manages a bi-monthly newsletter and scripted and co-produced a video, “How to Host a Friend Raiser.”
“The only treatment center of its kind in Sonoma Valley”
Large or small, your gift helps provide care to cancer patients in our community.
One client’s story: Laura came to us after a diagnosis of triple negative breast cancer … the most aggressive form of the disease. She was just starting chemotherapy when she came seeking integrative therapy.
Brochure: Cancer Support Sonoma
For its community outreach efforts, Cancer Support Sonoma needed a brochure that tells their story. The purpose was two-fold: enroll more clients and get the community involved by donating and volunteering.
“Cancer Doesn’t Discriminate”
Our vision is that every cancer patient in the Sonoma Valley has access to affordable services that soothe their mind, body and soul. To accomplish this, we provide a healing oasis for all, regardless of socioeconomic status, race, ethnicity or gender. Services are offered on a sliding scale. No one is turned away for an inability to pay.
Annual Report: To Celebrate Life Breast Cancer Foundation
To Celebrate Life raises money and gives it away…to nonprofits in the 9 county Bay Area that provide support services to people dealing with the effects of breast cancer. For their annual report, Lanny writes stories that illustrate who their funding helps and what it means to them.
“Going from despair to gratitude.”
“It was the worst day of my life,” recalls Shirley. “I almost fell on the floor.” That day, of course, was when she was diagnosed with breast cancer. Shirley came to the U.S. from Brazil 27 years ago and has worked as a nanny. On the day of her diagnosis, she had $18 in the bank and didn’t know what she was going to do.
Newsletter: To Celebrate Life Breast Cancer Foundation
“In The Loop” was To Celebrate Life’s quarterly newsletter. For each issue, Lanny profiled a volunteer in a feature called Face of the Foundation, and a grantee in a column called How Your Dollars Help.
“Face of the Foundation” – Barbara Burke Heaton
When you’re watching our marvelous Stepping Out models in gorgeous gowns and daytime fashions, do you ever wonder how the clothes got from the store to the runway? It’s quite a journey, led by Wardrobe Committee Lead Barbara Burke Heaton and her talented team. Barbara has been volunteering in this role for about 15 years…