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Re: Direct Mail/PR/Newsletters

  • Subject: Re: [cg] Direct Mail/PR/Newsletters
  • From: JenMSchu@aol.com
  • Date: Wed, 04 Jun 2003 15:23:56 -0400

Please accept my apologies. I did not mean to offend anyone, and will sign off the list.

In a message dated 6/4/2003 2:15:30 PM Eastern Standard Time, Adam36055 writes:

> Ms. Schutz, 
> The businesslike way to contact a non-for-profit to offer professional  
> services is to go to that non-for-profit's website, actually read it and then send 
> your materials to the non-for-profit's snail mail address attached to a cover 
> letter. 
> I understand that this is  a rough economy. Many of us, including myself are 
> scrambling.   However, this listserve is an inappropriate place drum up your 
> personal, for-profit business.
> Respectfully, 
> Adam Honigman
> Volunteer, 
>  Clinton Community Garden 
> << Subj:     [cg] Direct Mail/PR/Newsletters
>  Date:  6/4/03 1:48:47 PM Eastern Daylight Time
>  From:  JenMSchu@aol.com
>  Sender:    community_garden-admin@mallorn.com
>  To:    community_garden@mallorn.com
>  Hello,
>  Thanks to all who responded to my recent posting. My nonprofit direct 
> mail/fundraising writing includes projects for Operation Smile International, The 
> Winterthur Gardens, a local community college and the Pennsylvania Special 
> Olympics. I am well versed in community gardens/community-supported 
> agriculture/land trusts, as I've been a member of several. For nonprofits I offer the rate of 
> $50 for a one to three page press release or direct mail fundraising letter. 
> Newsletters depend on length. I would be happy to send writing samples on 
> request. I am East Coast based yet fully wired and have worked remotely for many 
> West Coast firms. References are available upon request.
>  I will not post again about my services.  I'm eager to hear about the great 
> work you all are doing.  Here in the Philadelphia we have some terrific 
> community gardens and CSAs. I am interested in hearing 
> about what's happening 
> nationwide.
>  Best,
>  Jennifer >>

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