Category Archives: What’s New

A Sound foundation for better lives

With our graphic design partner, the talented David Owen Hastings, we’ve developed a major donor leave-behind for Sound (formerly Sound Mental Health). These incredibly useful print pieces enable organizations to put their case (their vision in print) before donors in permanent pages within the brochure, while using the front pocket for a proposal focused on the donor’s key interests and the back pocket for additional, changeable inserts presented in a matching Word template. Email and PowerPoints are easy and inexpensive, but for donors you’re cultivating for major investments, these hard-copy pieces make a powerful impact.

CASE conference teaches ‘Writing for Dollar$’

Moore Ink. Founder and President Teresa Moore presented Writing for Dollar$ this month at the CASE Conference (Council for the Advancement and Support of Education). Many thanks to the more than 50 university fundraisers and communications professionals from across the Pacific Northwest who were an engaged and inspiring audience, adding much of their own expertise and advice during the session. As requested by some participants, we’re also happy to share another presentation on writing major gift proposals, Writing for (BIG!) Dollars. There’s some duplication at the beginning and end with proposal-writing tips in the middle.

Thank you, university fundraising professionals, for making a difference for students, in research and for communities around the globe!

Starting the New Year with thanks for the old and new

How fortunate we are at Moore Ink. to work with the same loyal clients year after year – incredible organizations like the UW Tyee Club (check out the new website we helped create for them!), New Beginnings, UW Bothell, the Network for Excellence in Washington Schools, Highline Medical Center Foundation and many more.

We’re equally grateful for the new organizations who have turned to us for help in telling their story and raising more money. Just three weeks into 2018, we have welcomed Habitat for Humanity-Seattle/King County, the Washington Trails Association, the UW Haring Center and Country Doctor Community Health Clinics. Thank you for your confidence!