Fundraising Advice

July 5, 2010 at 6:23 am Leave a comment

Orvin Kimbrough joined United Way of Greater St. Louis in January 2007 — just in time to battle the effects of the looming economic crisis. Kimbrough, 35, is the senior vice president of major and planned gifts, handling relationship management for United Way’s 200,000 donors in his region. He says two things are vital to fundraising: 1) meet people where they are; and 2) build relationships and the transaction will follow. Read the story here.

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