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Recruit, Maintain, Honor


Account Team Account Executive, Dawn Parker Assistant Account Executive, Mary Katherine Bickes Editorial Specialist, Constantina Kokenes Design Specialist, Kirsten Bjorn Special Events Coordinator, Chelsea Rutherford Research Director, Hampton Pelton


Executive Summary


Table of Contents Situational Analysis..........................................................1 Goals.............................................................................8 Key Objectives................................................................9 Strategies......................................................................10 Timeline.........................................................................12 Budget..........................................................................13 Recruit...........................................................................14 Maintain.......................................................................20 Honor...........................................................................33 Evaluation Questions.....................................................38


Situational Analysis What is Habitat for Humanity? Habitat for Humanity Milledgeville-Baldwin County is a nonprofit Christian ministry. Habitat dedicates itself to the families suffering from substandard housing and works to eliminate this issue by partnering with the families and providing opportunities to build decent, affordable housing. This improves the quality of life of the families, neighborhoods in which they live and the Milledgeville and Baldwin County community as a whole. Partner families purchase their homes with an interest-free 20-year mortgage. They also perform at least 300 hours of equity labor on their homes and other homes being constructed. This shows the dedication the families have to one another, as they not only help themselves but their community as well. Our vision is to have a world in which everyone has a decent place to live. Our mission statement ties our goals and Christian values together: “Seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope.” Habitat for Humanity of Milledgeville-Baldwin County believes in an open-door policy. All are welcome to help with work, regardless of race, religion, age, gender, political views or any of the other distinction that too often divide people. All that is needed is the belief that everyone deserves a decent, affordable place to live. Habitat for Humanity International and its affiliated organizations have a policy that states that the organizations will not proselytize, which means that Habitat will not try to induce conversion to a particular faith and will not reject assistance to those in need based on their faith and will not try to induce conversion to a particular faith. History of Organization Habitat for Humanity International (HFHI) was founded in 1976 by Millard and Linda Fuller in Americus, Georgia. The vision – rooted in the belief in “partnership housing” – was to build simple, decent and affordable housing to families in need. HFHI now affiliates across the world, having built approximately 300,000 homes and providing more than 1.5 million people with affordable shelter by early 2009. Former President Jimmy Carter and his wife, Rosalynn, became involved with HFHI in 1984, remaining the most visible volunteers to this day. Habitat for Humanity of Milledgeville-Baldwin County (HFHMBC) was incorporated in 1994 and completed its first home in 1996. The first Executive Director Harold Tessendorf was hired in 2001 and has since taken the same position with the Macon Area Habitat. By 2002, HFHMBC had completed 11 homes, and by February

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2009, the number grew to 18. The families chosen by HFHMBC are pre-screened to ensure they meet the three primary criteria for home ownership, which are: 1. A need for adequate housing 2. The ability to pay for the home 3. A willingness to partner with Habitat by completing a minimum of 300 hours of equity labor. Newly constructed homes are sold with no profit added, plus prorated escrows for homeowners insurance, county taxed and city taxes. HFHMBC administers mortgages and works with partner families over the course of the loan. HFHMBC is supported by the donations from churches, business and individuals, plus the proceeds of the resale store ReStore. ReStore sells new or gently used items at affordable prices, and the profits support HFHMBC’s mission of eliminating substandard housing throughout the Milledgeville and Baldwin County. Programs/Area of Habitat for Humanity Habitat for Humanity International, of which Habitat for Humanity Milledgeville-Baldwin County (HFHMBC) is a division, operates solely on monetary contributions, in-kind donations and government grants. The organization is a nonprofit. Currently, HFHMBC is in the final months of a two-year Founders’ Campaign to raise $100,000, which will be used to build homes for the needy (per the organization’s website). Currently, the campaign has raised approximately $50,000, which is only half of the goal. The organization is also finalizing plans for an endowment to raise $1,000,000 by the end of the 2017 Fiscal Year. Funding/Financial Perspective of Habitat for Humanity Earlier in 2013, HFHMBC held a 5K run called the Color Bash 5K to raise funds. Also, the organization is currently finishing what has been a two-year campaign to raise $100,000 by the end of the 2013 Fiscal Year. This Founders’ Campaign will culminate in a Donor Appreciation Reception on December 5, 2013. Demographics Because Habitat for Humanity is specific to regional chapters, the Milledgeville-Baldwin County chapter serves solely Baldwin County. Based on the County Demographics provided by the Georgia Statistics System and the 2010 U.S. Census, Baldwin County has a population total of 45,720. The reports also reveal an average median household income of $36,091 with 27% of persons within total population to be below the poverty level.

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Housing/Households Total family households, 2006-2010 9,950 % married couple 60.3 % married couple with own children <18 20.5 % male householder, no wife present, w/children <18 % female h/holder, no husband present, w/children <18 Total households, 2006 -2010 15,902

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Based on the findings within the Baldwin County Demographic Profile and insight on housing and households, we can deduce there is great need for an organization with a mission such as Habitat for Humanity’s within the Baldwin County area. By utilizing these statistics we can provide numerical support to represent the authenticity of need for the organization in the area and to foster inspiration for potential donors to support Habitat’s cause. Partners Habitat for Humanity Milledgeville-Baldwin County has partnered with numerous established organizations in Baldwin County in order to further the potential of the non-profit. Without these partners, the organization would not have the full sponsorship and volunteer staff that it currently possesses. Baldwin High School has worked with Habitat for Humanity last winter when multiple athletes gave up their Saturday to clean and reorganize the ReStore. This partnership was made possible through the Baldwin GIVES program, which is an affiliate of the Georgia College Give Center. The Habitat for Humanity Georgia College chapter was recently formed on campus and will be working to promote and pursue volunteer opportunities. Georgia College’s relationship with Habitat for Humanity Milledgeville-Baldwin County expands from the partnership with the GIVE Center, providing volunteers for builds to students working on campaigns for the nonprofit. Both WMAX Z97 and The Union Recorder have aided in the media coverage of all Habitat for Humanity Milledgeville-Baldwin County events and have continuously ran press releases, public services announcements or written feature stories in order for the nonprofit to gain support. Lastly, the First United Methodist Church partnered with Habitat for its annual River of Life. This past year, the volunteers worked hard to build new Habitat homes and restore an old home that was abandoned. Throughout this campaign, we hope to strengthen Milledgeville-Baldwin County’s relationship with the Milledgeville community and businesses in the area to have a great sense of community and partnership.

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Competition This competition is primarily found in Milledgeville-Baldwin County, but successful churches and nonprofits (not located in this district) draw from surrounding counties and towns as well, which increases our competitors list. • All other nonprofits and churches • More than 20 (200 different competitors) pages of such publics can be found at http://greatnonprofits.org/city/Milledgeville/GA Past and Present Promotional Efforts In the past, Habitat for Humanity Milledgeville-Baldwin County has made promotional efforts through mailings, website, active social media accounts, E-Newsletters, local newspapers and radio stations. Habitat’s main source of reaching out to its donors is through mailing newsletters. Habitat has a website and is currently in the process of revamping it. Habitat for Humanity Milledgeville-Baldwin County has a great connection with the local traditional media and has been featured in The Union Recorder and on Z97 regarding numerous events that this Habitat chapter has hosted. Since this chapter of Habitat for Humanity relies heavily on Georgia College students as its main source of volunteers, there are many potential opportunities to foster support through promoting the organization within the student media on campus and online. Extending the organization’s contacts with traditional media to include The Colonnade, WGUR 95.3FM, The Baldwin Bulletin and more, will be quite beneficial. Habitat for Humanity Milledgeville-Baldwin County is currently trying to expand awareness of the ReStore though the use of its social media accounts, including Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Networking with Georgia College and the Registered Student Organizations about Habitat’s cause and assistance with future events, on and off campus, could lead to an even more favorable outcome. With this in mind, the organization is in the production phase of creating a Habitat for Humanity College Chapter for students on Georgia College’s campus. This will be on outlet to utilize in better connecting and engaging with the students of Georgia College. Through social media, articles and press releases in local media and university student media, PSA’s aired on WGUR 95.3FM and flyers throughout the community and campus, awareness can be fostered on various levels for Habitat for Humanity Milledgeville-Baldwin County and the ReStore, with the ultimate goal of gaining more donors.

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Primary Needs and Opportunities Based on the findings from the Situational Analysis, we determined needs in: 1. Consistency in Brand – The Habitat for Humanity Milledgeville-Baldwin County brand is in need of a consistent branding strategy of Habitat for Humanity between the brand itself, the restore and the emerging collegiate chapter. 2. Communication Consistency and Transparency with publics (donors, volunteers, prospective families) – There is a need for organization and consistency in communicating the organization’s activity, media coverage, financial position, board of directors, short term and long term plans for serving the community, to the publics to build public trust and support. 3. Increase in promotional efforts – Habitat for Humanity is weak in promotional efforts of the organization’s events and activity across social media platforms, media outlets and other forms of promotional material. Based on the findings from the Situational Analysis, we determined opportunities include: 1. Creating accessible promotional and call-to-action materials for publics, including donors, media and volunteers. 2. Synchronizing online presence through social media platforms and website while also building a cohesive brand and branding strategy for parent brand. 3. Utilize events, such as the donor event, to boost media coverage across multiple media platforms.

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Research Primary research plan will include a survey that will be distributed to members of the community inquiring about: • Awareness of Habitat for Humanity • Awareness of Habitat for Humanity’s finance • Compelled to give back to community -- Where do they want money going • On Social Media? Check Email? By conducting this primary research we feel that we will be able to create a campaign with higher sustainability by tailoring efforts to meet the desires of the client’s target public. Target Audiences All target audiences should be expanded upon these criteria to surround counties and cities. We are currently only drawing from Milledgeville-Baldwin County. • All individuals in the Milledgeville-Baldwin County area with a surplus of financial means • Publics/businesses that have given before or look to expand their public relations efforts by giving to a nonprofit • Construction, contractors and housing companies • “Church-goers” • Members of First United Methodist Church • Businesses (both established and new and growing) • Housing authorities • Middle and upper-middle class families and singles • Other nonprofits • Rising community leaders and members • Public officials • Individuals seeking public office • Donors across the nation that seek recognizable and trustworthy nonprofits to which to donate • Senior citizens • Members of gated communities • The historic district in Milledgeville and the Lake Oconee-Sinclair community

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Goals Our goal is to create a campaign centered on sustainability that generates awareness of Habitat for Humanity Milledgeville-Baldwin County for potential and current donors. Our campaign idea is to â&#x20AC;&#x153;Recruit, Maintain & Honor.â&#x20AC;?

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Key Objectives Recruit • To increase potential donors by 10% within community by increasing awareness of Habitat for Humanity Milledgeville-Baldwin County. Maintain • To increase awareness for the organization in the community by 15% • To increase Facebook “Likes” by 20% • To increase Twitter “Followers” by 15% Honor • To have 75% of donors who gave last year, contribute to Habitat for Humanity Milledgeville-Baldwin County again this year.

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Strategies Recruit • Create and distribute a survey to local businesses to gain insight on name recognition of Habitat for Humanity and to identify preferred methods of communication. • Send an “ask letter” to previous donors in the first week of October in order to educate donors about monetary goals and solicit donations. • Create a biannual print newsletter to be mailed to current donors in June and November of each year. This November newsletter will include information on Georgia Gives Day, the current Public Relations Campaigns Class, World Habitat Day, the results of the quality of life survey, information about Habitat’s progress in reaching our monetary goal and a “tear-off” for donation submissions. Maintain • Alter Habitat’s paid service with Constant Contact ($25/month) and created an account with MailChimp (free). Through this email marketing website, we created monthly eNewsletter to go out the first week of every month. These newsletters include feature stories, updates on the campaign and information about any upcoming events. The reason behind a e-newsletter is to market volunteers who prefer receiving information via virtual outlets. • Streamline Habit for Humanity’s social media to Habitat for Humanity Milledgeville-Baldwin County and the handle HabitatMBC. We will create a Restore application within the Facebook page for customers to view recent additions to the consignment store. In order to manage and schedule social media, we will create an account for Habitat with HootSuite ($8.99/month) which is a social media platform. • Relations with the media will be increased and press releases pitched to the Union Recorder and The Baldwin Bulletin. We also will create a media list for Habitat for Humanity of local media contacts including college outlets. • Participate in Georgia Gives Day on November 13 in order to potentially raise $34,000 in addition to donations by the community. We will create promotional materials including flyers with a QR code for student volunteers to easily donate the day of the event and social media content such as Facebook cover photos and content related images. We will also schedule social media posts and emails to be distributed the day of the event. • Create a survey to distribute to donors at donor appreciation event to identify preferred communication outlets and receive event feedback.

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Honor • To host a donor reception event in order to honor all donors who contributed this fiscal year. • Send hand-addressed invitations to those who have donated to Habitat for Humanity Milledgeville-Baldwin County in order to invite them to an appreciation reception on October 5. • Plan a reception style event for the donors including light refreshments, entertainment from an individual who is also a recipient of Habitat housing assistance and speeches from chapter leaders. • Follow up with our guests after the event through hand-written thank you cards to all those who attended the donor reception. • Write and pitch a press release post event to gain media coverage.

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Budget Venue First United Methodist Church $60 Invitations and Envelopes $65.45 Stamps $46 Food Donated by Board of Directors

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Recruit Newsletter.....................................................................15 Ask Letter......................................................................16 Survey 1.......................................................................18 Survey 1 Results............................................................19

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Ask Letter Dear ____ Twenty two years ago several citizens of your community were serving on the Human Relations Council in Milledgeville. As they looked for ways to improve our community, they saw too many fellow citizens living in substandard housing and struggling to provide homes for their families. Rather than complain about the problem or shrug their shoulders, these folks decided to do something. On April 11, 1994 Dr. John Sallstrom, Rev. Payton Cook and Rev. Gary Abbott signed the charter for the first Milledgeville-Baldwin County Habitat for Humanity. Nineteen homes were built and 23 families served over these 21 years. As we celebrate the leadership of our founders and the progress that’s been made, we want to lay the groundwork for continuing to meet ongoing housing needs in Milledgeville. Your gift supporting our Founders Campaign honors the vision and commitment of these individuals, and will go a long way toward helping us continue the momentum we’ve worked hard to build over the last year. Thanks to the support of this community and people like you, we are proud to share that: • We have been singled out by Habitat International as an exemplary comeback affiliate, and the Milledgeville Baldwin County affiliate is being used as a model to show other affiliates that renewal and revitalization are possible. • Our Habitat ReStore has been remodeled and is seeing increases in sales, from $26,390 in FY 2011 to $38,390 in FY 2012, as well as an increase in the quantity and quality of donations. • Five new families have been served by our affiliate so far this year. • One new family moved into a Habitat house in August of this year and a family is being selected for our next house and will take possession before the end of this year. • More than 176 volunteers have served with us this year. Of these, 42 are repeat volunteers who continue to be part of our team and show their support. • More residents are being served through minor repairs as a result of an exciting new partnership with Habitat’s Neighborhood Revitalization Initiative (NRI) and the Harrisburg Community Revitalization.

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While we hope you share our pride in the progress thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s being made, we also recognize that we have a long way to go to realize our vision of eliminating substandard housing in Milledgeville and Baldwin County. Too many of our children and neighbors still need a hand and a chance at a real home. We live in an area where 41 percent of the residents rent their homes, and over one third of those who rent spend 43 percent or more on housing. Five Year Housing Report (2007-2010) US Census. Habitat homeowners pay a mortgage payment each month that is generally much less than the rent they paid in the past. These facts illustrate the depth of local need and the difference Habitat is able to make in a family by providing a home. We need your help. We are not quite halfway to reaching our Founders Campaign goal of raising $100,000 by the end of the year. Please consider making a generous gift that helps us achieve this goal and become a stronger and more effective organization serving the housing needs of more families. Founders Campaign gifts, a contribution that truly makes a difference in Milledgeville and Baldwin County, can be made in honor of one of our founders or someone youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d like to recognize. A pledge form and Founders Campaign brochure are enclosed for your convenience. At the end of the year, all of our Founders Campaign donors will be invited to an invitation-only reception with Habitat International and some of our current homeowners whose stories are included in the enclosed brochure. These stories will warm your heart and make you proud that you were a part of their journeys. With sincere appreciation for your continued support, Doris Moody, Board Chair Murali Thirumal, Executive Director

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Survey 1 1. In a brief statement, what are your overall opinions on Habitat for Humanity in Milledgeville? 2. Have you seen Habitat for Humanity in the local media, and if so, can you recall what stories they were covered for? 3. Are you familiar with what actions Habitat for Humanity performs in Milledgeville? a. Very familiar b. Somewhat familiar c. Not familiar at all 4. Would you like to learn more about Habitat for Humanity in Milledgeville and their services that they provide to the community? a. Yes b. No 5. Would you be interested in donating to Habitat for Humanity so that they may further their community outreach? a. Yes b. No 6. What is your preferred method of contact? (Please list your information accordingly) a. Email b. Phone c. Mail d. Social Media 7. What hours are you most available for contact? a. Morning, 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. b. Afternoon, 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. c. Evening, 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

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Survey 1 Results Habitat for Humanity orientated surveys were distributed to 21 business located in downtown Milledgeville. We selected this region because this area is the heart of the community. Our goal of the survey was to accurately gage how the community views our organization, how to efficiently expand our donors and how to further our communication efforts. The numbering of the reports directly corresponds with the numbering of our survey. Through the survey we now know how and when to contact our hopeful future donors, both recruiting and maintaining our connections in the community. 1) 71% of businesses gave positive feedback on Habitat for Humanity in Milledgeville. The remaining 39% had reported neutral feelings towards the nonprofit. 2) 66% of the selected local businesses had not observed Habitat for Humanity in the local media while 19% reported some sightings. Only 14% recalled specifics on Habitat for Humanity being covered in the media. 3) Milledegville’s local businesses were spread across the board in regards to their familiarity with the jobs that Habitat for Humanity performs- 19% reporting “very familiar,” 43% said that they were “somewhat familiar” and 26% stated that they were “not familiar at all.” 4) A whopping 86% would like to learn more about Habitat for Humanity in Milledgeville while the remaining 14% declined to learn more about the nonprofit. 5) 76% of the downtown businesses are interested in donating to Habitat for Humanity, leaving 14% not interested and 4% undecided. 6) In regards to communication, 24% would prefer to be contacted by email, 57% by store phone, roughly 9% by mail and 9% by social media. 7) The preferred contact hours is as follows Monday through Friday by store hours: 57% * Post-Noon: 5% * Monday through Thursday by store hours: 5% * Early morning and after 6:00 p.m.: 10% * Only after 6:00 p.m.: 10% * Mid-day, 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.: 10%

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Maintain Social Media.................................................................21 Harrisburg Press Release...............................................23 October E-Newsletter.....................................................24 November E-Newsletter.................................................25 Event Survey.................................................................26 Georgia Gives Day.......................................................27

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Harrisburg Press Release Contact information Phone: (478) 453-9617 Fax: (478) 453-9023

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Sept. 18, 2013 Quality of Life Survey Held in Harrisburg Community

Milledgeville, Sept.18, 2013 – Habitat for Humanity Milledgeville-Baldwin County held a Quality of Life survey Tuesday, Sept. 17, for the Harrisburg Community. The survey was conducted to identify homeowners’ needs for repair or improvement in their homes, as well as any other the needs of the community and individual homeowners. “This is the end of the beginning phase for this project,” said Habitat’s executive director Murali Thirumal. “From here we will decide which needs are the most immediate, and we will start there.” There are more than 75 Habitats affiliates in the state, and Harrisburg was chosen as the community in Milledgeville to receive aid from Habitat through the Neighborhood Revitalization Initiative (NRI). “This program has been around for about five years now,” said Maggie Milner, Habitat Volunteer Coordinator. “We are one of eight affiliates in the state of Georgia to be involved with NRI.” Homeowner Dorothy Reeves and her sister Lois Thomas were two of many people who came out to participate in this survey. The sisters were concerned about the state of the house Reeves is living in and had been exploring different options to have repairs done. “We have been living in Harrisburg for 49 years,” said Thomas.“ The best thing about this place is knowing that when I get back here, I’m really home.” ### Habitat for Humanity Milledgeville-Baldwin County is a non-profit Christian ministry dedicated to families suffering from substandard housing and works to eliminate this issue by partnering with the families, providing opportunities to build decent, affordable housing. We believe in an open-door policy, meaning all are welcome to help work, regardless of race, religion, age, gender political views or any of the other distinctions that too often divide people. Our vision is to have a world in which everyone has a decent place to live. Our mission statement ties our goals and Christian values together: “Seeking to put God’s love in action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope.”

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Event Survey 1. How would you rank Habitat for Humanityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s performance in the community this past year? 1 2 3 4 5 (unsatisfactory) (satisfactory) 2. Where did Habitat for Humanity shine the most in the community this past year? 3. What areas of Habitat for Humanity need the most improvement? 4. Which aspects of todayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s event did you enjoy most? 5. In what areas of todayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s event need the most improvement? 6. What is your preferred method of contact? Please list accordingly. a. Phone b. Email c. Mail d. Social Media 7. What times are best to reach you? a. Morning, 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. b. Afternoon, 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. c. Evening, 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

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Georgia Gives Day Summary......................................................................28 Timeline........................................................................29 Flyer.............................................................................31 Cover Photo..................................................................32

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Georgia Gives Day:

Summary

What is GA Gives Day? On November 13th, thousands of people across Georgia will raise as much money as possible in a 24-hour period for nonprofits through the website www.GAgivesday.org. The mission of Georgia Gives Day is to inspire individuals to donate to participating nonprofits through GAgivesday.org with the goal of raising as much money as possible within a 24-hour period. How does it work? GAgivesday.org makes donating easy by organizing hundreds of nonprofits across the state onto one website, providing the information people need to select a cause, and enabling online donations by credit card or e-check. Who is involved? Georgia Gives Day is a collaboration of the Georgia Center for Nonprofits in partnership with participating nonprofits, corporations, associations, foundations and public relations and advertising firms. How is Habitat for Humanity Milledgeville-Baldwin County Involved? Habitat for Humanity Milledgeville-Baldwin County is one of hundreds of nonprofits participating in Georgia Gives Day on November 13th to raise money for our local chapter. Along with statewide efforts to raise money and awaresness, we will be working to earn incentive prizes specific to the Milledgeville community totaling $34,000 in worth.

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Honor Event Timeline...............................................................34 Menu...........................................................................35 Invitations.....................................................................36 Return Address Labels...................................................37

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Menu Pimento / Chicken Salad Sandwiches Cheese Straws Assorted Cookies Nuts Fruit Tray Spinach / Artichoke Dip with pita chips Cranberry & Ginger ale punch Water Coffee

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Evaluation Questions 1. How has the campaign contributed to broader communication and organizational goals? 2. What strategies were created to generate sustainable communication and improved transparency of organizationâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s efforts, funding and budget? 3. How effective was message targeted to key public to increase engagement with potential and current donors? 4. How were strategies successful in building awareness within the community and improving relationships with other publics through diverse communication strategies? 5. How have we broadened and strategically chosen resources for improving communication of organization with publics? 6. In what ways could this campaign be improved for future campaigns to generate awareness for potential and current donors? 7. In what ways could this campaign be improved and utilized to generate awareness with other target audiences, such as potential volunteers or business partnerships?

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To Be Added Executive Summary Wells Fargo Press Release Chick fil A Press Release Childre Press Release December E-Newsletter Donor Event Survey Results GA Gives Day website screenshot Facebook event screenshot Twitter/FB mentions, from GA Gives Day, donors, etc. Thank you Youtube video and script FB page, GA Gives Day posts and results Press Release of results Press Release after event

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