Over the past 35 years I’ve written copy for and brainstormed with my dear friend Morris Dees, co-founder of The Southern Poverty Law Center. Few organizations have practiced donor-centered fundraising as well as SPLC. No detail involving a donor is seemingly too small. (Monthly donors — sustainers — not only get monthly updates but occasionally […]
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APRIL 09, 2014
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DOMESTIC BUSINESS CORPORATION
2014 - DEE ONE STOP MANAGEMENT CO. INC.
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