Tag Archives: Fundraising

My Tweets about the #Bridge17 Conference

Send to Kindle I had such a great time at the 2017 Bridge to Integrated Marketing & Fundraising Conference at the Gaylord National Hotel and Conference Center in National Harbor, Maryland. What follows is a Twitter Moment

10 Ways Brands are Using Social Media for Good

Asking questions. Running contests. Sharing pictures. Promoting products and services. There are many ways for brands to attract attention on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and the like. Included among this list of ways to get people to sit

I’m Proud to Be Running the Boston Marathon for Christopher’s Haven

Send to Kindle The 2014 Boston Marathon will be extra special for me. The victims of last year’s bombings will be on my mind every step of the way, but so will the kids who stay at

I’m Running the 2014 Boston Marathon for Christopher’s Haven

On April 21, 2014, I'll once again be joining thousands of others for that heralded, historic trek from Hopkinton to Boston. I'll be happy and honored to be running the Boston Marathon for Christopher's Haven.

I’m Running the 2013 Boston Marathon for Christopher’s Haven

Send to Kindle I’ve done it before and I’m doing it again. I’m running the Boston Marathon for Christopher’s Haven. On April 15, 2013, I’ll be making another historic, heralded 26.2-mile trek from Hopkinton to Boston on

Every Time the Red Sox Win, I’m Making a Donation to Christopher’s Haven (Thanks to Snoball)

If you’re a faithful Boston Red Sox fan like me, this hasn’t been an easy year to root for the team. As quickly as they manage to cobble together a winning streak of any length, it seems

I’m in…The Longest Day for the Alzheimer’s Association

Send to Kindle On Wednesday, June 20, I’ll be participating in The Longest Day, an exciting and emotional sunrise-to-sunset relay event to raise funds for the Alzheimer’s Association. As a member of my company’s fundraising team, I’ll be doing what I can

Lance Armstrong, My Wife, the Yellow Wristband and Twitter

Having won the Tour de France a record-breaking seven consecutive times (1999-2005), Lance Edward Armstrong went a long way – literally – toward winning the world over for his athletic prowess once again when he finished third