With the major rush in Autumn around gala season and end of year fundraising, summertime is when most nonprofits reach out to partners and agencies to begin planning their fundraising year ahead. This summer, we’ve been in touch with many nonprofits in New York City and around the globe, and we’re happy to announce one of our newest clients!

11009161_10152678139542019_7126547510705945435_nSt. Mary’s is New York’s largest and most experienced provider of long-term care to children with medically complex conditions. Their mission is to improve the health and quality of life for children with special needs and life-limiting conditions, and the lives of their families. Their services include the St. Mary’s Hospital Children, Home and Community Programs, Kids and Roslyn, Medical Day Care and Summer Camp, Center for Pediatric Feeding Disorders, and Preschool Programs. Since the 1870s, St. Mary’s has been a leader in developing programs and services for children with special needs. St. Mary’s is known world-wide for revolutionizing healthcare for children.

We will be working with St. Mary’s direct mail program and integrating their print communications with their online fundraising efforts. We’re very excited to work with a nonprofit making such great strides in children’s medicine and rehabilitation. We look forward to working with St. Mary’s and helping them continue their important work!

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