NEWSWIRE 17.07.20

Posted by National Catholic Development Conference on Jul 20, 2017 11:20:00 AM

NOTES FROM THE OFFICE

NCDC Announces Twelfth Annual Lumen Award Winners

The National Catholic Development Conference (NCDC) is proud to announce the winners of the Twelfth Annual Lumen Awards, the only awards program recognizing excellence in the ministry of fundraising. Eleven first place winners and eight second place winners were selected in nine categories, including: Prospecting Campaign, Donor Renewal Program, Major Donor Appeal, Publications With and Without a Gift Envelope, Accountability/Annual Report, Integrated Campaign, and the newly added category, Donor Relationship Enhancement.

View a printable list of 2017 Lumen Award winners

View a history of all Lumen Award winners

The “2017 Best of Show” award will be awarded through popular vote at the 2017 NCDC Annual Conference and Exposition in San Diego this September.

The Lumen Awards were created to acknowledge excellence in the ministry of fundraising and to enrich the Catholic development community through sharing this excellence.

Thank you to all those who submitted pieces and to the judges.

How to Take a Millennial on a Social Media Date
August 16
Webinar

2017 Annual Conference and Exposition
September 27 - September 30
San Diego, CA

Fundamentals and More
October 9 - October 11
Chicago Area                                                                                           

NEWS FROM OUR MEMBERS

St. Joseph’s Indian School (Chamberlain, SD) shared a video featuring Geri Beck, their Director of Major Gifts officer, explaining what percentage of donors’ contributions goes toward services.

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Maryvale (Rosemead, CA) shared a video and article of CEO Steve Gunther explaining the success of the Trauma Informed Care (TIC) approach with its foster children. Maryvale has implemented the TIC principles, which address the neurological, biological, psychological, and social effects of trauma and how those experiences impact those who seek and receive mental health services.

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Baker Family Services (Lackawanna, NY) hosted the grand opening of the Moore for Kids Family Home.

Have news to share from your organization? Email [email protected] and let us know!

JOB NETWORK

Chief Development Officer
Los Angeles, California
Archdiocese of Los Angeles

Vice President for Leadership Giving
Baltimore, Maryland
Catholic Relief Services (CRS)

Major Gifts Officer
Steubenville, Ohio
Franciscan University of Steubenville

Special Events and Donor Relations Coordinator
Steubenville, Ohio
Franciscan University of Steubenville


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