It’s just about the end of year, when capitalists try to persuade you to buy a bunch of crap and tender-hearted do-gooders engage in a death-brawl to get your remaining few dollars. I’d like to take this opportunity to shamelessly plug the people I work for (paid and unpaid) throughout the year: INMED Partnerships for […]Read More Where to give in 2018
I’m in the middle of an existential crisis…I mean, “branding exercise” and was hoping a get some feedback on some logo samples. Please let me know what you think!Read More Logo feedback!
ESP 020: 5 Nonprofit Fundraiser Essentials with Rebecca AndruszkaRead More Interview with The Event Supremacy Podcast
“We have seen that immigrant and refugee families are really excited by the idea of gardening,” says Denver Urban Gardens Director of Development & Communications Rebecca Andruszka. “For some, it is certainly to help supplement their food budgets as they establish employment, but others are just used to gardening and farming – they enjoy it, […]Read More Quoted: Spark: Growing New Roots
“One of the most inspiring things [about this project] is the fact that all three organizations could come together and have all of our respective strengths represented in this partnership,” says Rebecca Andruszka of Denver Urban Gardens. pages 12-13, full text: http://www.denverfoundation.org/GiveMagazine-Summer2017/index.htmlRead More Quoted: Give Magazine: An Idea in Bloom
Rebecca Andruszka, DUG’s development and communications director, said the organization had already announced the 2016 Free Seeds and Transplants program when it received the news about the funding cut. “There wasn’t a whole lot of backpedaling we could do at that point. Internally, we took a hard look at some areas where we could make […]Read More Quoted: The Denver Post: City of Denver cuts funding for Denver-area free seeds program
Take a listen!Read More Interview with Mile High LocaVorist