Notes from the Pasture: Wesley House #bbre #bbfe

After over a dozen years of working exclusively with non-profit organizations, I’ve learned at least 2 things about true non-profit professionals:

  • They are extremely busy
  • They are extremely good about saying “Thank you” to their donors and volunteers-in writing. It’s just part of who they are.

With so little time and so many more important others to thank, I’m always overwhelmed when a client takes the time to thank ME in writing.

Thanks to Karen and all my little lambs at Wesley House Family Services for a wonderful week in Key West and for this beautiful letter.

It was truly my pleasure and privilege to help you

Keeping you on the Leading Edge,

Greenville Symphony Orchestra, Greenville, SC

One of the things I love, love, LOVE about my job is the diversity of the wonderful work my clients do. Having taken 15 years of piano lessons, 12 years of voice lessons, and marched in the high school band, I have a keen appreciation for the important role that the arts play in our civilization. Imagine,then,  my delight at the opportunity to help the Greenville Symphony Orchestra with their fund raising efforts. According to Anne Genevieve Gallivan, Director of Development, they, too, were delighted with my help. Here’s what she had to say.


Greenville Symphony Orchestra Letter