At MWD, they have over thirty-seven years of experience managing integrated direct marketing fundraising programs, from acquisition to high-dollar fundraising, from regional non-profits to large national organizations. The direct marketing fundraising programs have enabled clients to build membership and donor bases yielding well over $1 billion dollars in support of their work.
To make a significant contribution to the quest for world peace, social justice, and environmental quality;
To furnish clients with cost-effective service of the highest quality—honoring not just contractual obligations but also the concerns they share for the importance of their work;
To maintain the reputation for responsiveness, technical skill, creativity, resourcefulness, honesty, commitment to principle, and understanding of clients' goals and needs—by demonstrating these qualities in all dealings with them;
To take sufficient profits in order to generate cash reserves and capital for innovation and growth, as well as a fair return to investors; and
To provide employees with fair pay and benefits, a pleasant and rewarding work environment, and opportunities to participate in exciting and meaningful work as well as to acquire valuable job skills.
Social and economic justice: Since the founding in 1979 they have consistently sought out as clients nonprofit causes and institutions, candidates, and political committees that are dedicated to fostering social and economic justice.
Environmental action: From the time of incorporation in 1983, they have actively taken steps to minimize the company's environmental footprint and to urge vendors and service providers to do so, too.
Fairness in the workplace: For decades, they have worked to promote fairness in the workplace by equalizing company-wide profit-sharing among all full-time employees, by contributing as generously as possible to Employee Stock Ownership Plan (which is now the company's majority owner), and by fostering diversity and inclusion from top to bottom.
Superlative client service: In an industry where it is standard practice for companies like theirs to assign inexperienced young employees to learn on the job as "consultants," with senior staff members preoccupied by other matters, they have consistently entrusted clients' fundraising and marketing programs to teams actively led by senior executives with many years of experience.
Giving back to the community: They acknowledge how neighbors and professional peers have helped make success possible—by contributing financially to community organizations in both cities where the offices are located, and by dedicating the time of senior executives to provide leadership in professional organizations, to teach at fundraising conferences and workshops, to publish case studies and insightful articles about the work both in print and online, and to offer pro bono service to nonprofit organizations that cannot afford fees.
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