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Over the past year America’s VetDogs and sister organization Guide Dog Foundation have gotten some great media attention (Did you see their latest partnership with the TODAY show and the Pedigree Commercial featuring one of their veterans?), celebrity endorsements, made great use of a fundraising strategy and put the latest fundraising platform technology to use for them. The result: More donors, dollars, and more guide and service dogs provided – free of charge – to people who are facing debilitating physical disabilities.

In this webinar with America’s VetDogs and Guide Dog’s Director of Development Katherine Fritz we talk through:

  • America’s VetDogs and Guide Dog’s fundraising & media strategy
  • Fundraising struggles and how they’ve overcome them
  • How VetDogs & Guide Dog Foundation are putting the latest fundraising technology to use and the results they have seen

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About the Speakers

Katherine Fritz – Director of Development for Guide Dog Foundation & America’s VetDogs and Board Member of AFP Long Island Chapter

Katherine has extensive development and executive experience ranging from small to large, national nonprofits including American Cancer Society, Carol M. Baldwin Breast Cancer Fund and Guide Dog Foundation – where she has been for the past 9 years. She is an energetic, strategic thinker with a proven track record of accomplishment in fundraising and broad experience managing and leading organizations including nationwide visibility and publicity, partnerships, sponsorships and dramatically increasing new donors and donations.

Ray Gary – CEO of iDonate

Ray is the CEO of iDonate, a company that provides nonprofits with technology solutions to do more good in the world. Ray’s experience in launching, building and helping businesses succeed spans nearly three decades, including various leadership positions in technology companies. Previously, he served as President of the Venture Capital group of Koch Industries, one of the nation’s largest private companies, where he oversaw numerous technology investments. Ray currently serves as a board member of the Highland Park chapter of KLIFE and the greater Baton Rouge/LSU area Young Life.