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We are pleased to announce the addition of Denise Inglisa Hubbard to the Names in the News team.

Denise brings with her almost 30 years of direct marketing experience, serving as both list manager and broker, and in executive, analytical and operational positions.

Denise has worked with many notable organizations spanning many non-profit niches – from organizations working on wildlife, environmental, and conservation issues, as well as those with charitable and cultural arts offers. She has collaborated with groups such as National Trust for Historic Preservation, National Parks Conservation Association, The Nature Conservancy, Muscular Dystrophy Association, National Museum of Women in the Arts, Paralyzed Veterans of America, Mount Vernon Ladies’ Association as well as various Public Broadcasting Stations. In addition to serving the non-profit market, Denise has extensive experience working with publishers and catalogers, as well as promoting and managing compiled lists.

Denise will be working out of her East Coast office, leading client acquisition strategy and support. We know our clients will benefit from her thoughtful analysis and strategy and stellar service and care, qualities that are well recognized by our industry colleagues.

Susan Anstrand, Chief Executive Officer and President says, “We are very excited to welcome Denise to our team. Her professionalism and wide-range of experience and skills will be a great compliment to our firm.”

Names in the News was founded in 1969 by Richard Hammond to primarily serve the progressive nonprofit market as acquisition list strategists, brokers, and managers. For over 45 years we have had the privilege of working with a wide gamut of clients – representing organizations from political, public interest, environmental, animal rights, human/civil rights, cultural art, public broadcasting, international relief and disease/charitable and publication markets

Your Names in the News team can provide a collaborative partnership, sophisticated strategy development, and solutions targeted to your organizational goals – all the while providing great customer service, competitive pricing and accurate and timely delivery of lists.

For more information about our services, please contact Suzanne McGuire.

Or if you’d like to welcome Denise to the Names in the News team use this link to email Denise .

FINCA is now managed at Names in the News

FINCA has been the lead micro-financer for the poor worldwide since 1984, based on a banking methodology fostering the principles of self-help and free enterprise. FINCA’s programs provide the poor with the opportunity to create their own jobs: this translates into loans from $50 to $500, group support systems and mandatory savings to working capital.
Donors to FINCA believe in the inherent right of an individual to a healthy and stable life based on being able to earn a living. They further understand that given the opportunity, women in particular are aggressive entrepreneurs who focus first on the well being and improvement of the lives of their children, next their community and then extend a hand to others

FINCA donors contribute generously to address world problems in a constructive manner. Core issues taken up are: eliminating poverty, reducing economic inequity and ensuring the right of every individual to housing, education and healthcare.

65,646 24 Month Donors

25,251 35-36 Month Donors

21,117 Lapsed Donors (37-48 Months)

18,307 $100-$249 Donors – reciprocal exchange only

3,141 Canadian Donors – reciprocal exchange only

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FINCA Foundation for International Community Assistance

FINCA has been the lead micro-financer for the poor worldwide since 1984, based on a banking methodology fostering the principles of self-help and free enterprise. FINCA’s programs provide the poor with the opportunity to create their own jobs: this translates into loans from $50 to $500, group support systems and mandatory savings to working capital.
Donors to FINCA believe in the inherent right of an individual to a healthy and stable life based on being able to earn a living. They further understand that given the opportunity, women in particular are aggressive entrepreneurs who focus first on the well being and improvement of the lives of their children, next their community and then extend a hand to others

FINCA donors contribute generously to address world problems in a constructive manner. Core issues taken up are: eliminating poverty, reducing economic inequity and ensuring the right of every individual to housing, education and healthcare.

65,945 24 Month Donors

25,251 35-36 Month Donors

21,117 Lapsed Donors (37-48 Months)

18,824 $100-$249 Donors – reciprocal exchange only

6,221 Canadian Donors – reciprocal exchange only

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The Trustees of Reservations

A land trust by mission, The Trustees are passionate about connecting people to place and to working with friends, neighbors, and partners to foster healthy, active, and green communities across Massachusetts. The Trustees protect, care for, and share more than 100 special places – nearly 27,000 acres of fields, forests, farms, and beaches as well as unique historic and cultural sites – across Massachusetts, all of which are open for the  public to enjoy.

26,439 Donors – exchange only

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American Farmland Trust – Saving the Land that Sustains Us

A private nonprofit membership organization founded in 1980, AFT works to stop the loss of productive farmland and to promote farming practices that lead to a healthy, sustainable environment.

Members’ concerns include the loss of farmland to development, the loss of family farms, soil erosion, water quality, wildlife habitat, traffic congestion urban sprawl, food safety and maintaining an abundant food supply. Members receive a one year subscription to AFT’s award-winning quarterly magazine “American Farmland.”

20,311 Members/Donors

78% College educated
30% Own or live on a farm
27% Of those who do not own or live on a farm, grew up on a farm

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