By Emily Rudder, Jr. Digital Strategist

We are thrilled to announce that Faircom New York has been named runner up for best acquisition direct mail appeal of 2017 for our International Planned Parenthood Federation/Western Hemisphere Region (IPPF/WHR) package by the Direct Marketing Fundraiser’s Association!

The Direct Marketing Fundraiser’s Association (DMFA) is the only professional association that specifically serves direct marketing fundraisers. Through a host of online resources, workshops and networking events, the DFMA works to expand the knowledge of direct marketing professionals.

Each year, the DMFA grants Package of the Year awards to honor top excellence in the direct marketing and fundraising field, and we are excited to be among those selected for our acquisition package for IPPF/WHR.

“It’s always thrilling and validating to receive recognition,” said Sally Frank, Vice President of Faircom New York. “In this case, this prize demonstrates how we are always reinventing our ideas and strategies to maximize performance.”

We are proud to work with IPPF/WHR, which works in the Americas and the Caribbean to campaign for sexual and reproduction health and rights through services and advocacy directly targeting poor and vulnerable individuals.

To read more about the Direct Marketing Fundraisers Association 2017 Package of the Year winners, please visit their site.

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