Keeping it Clear: Importance of Transparency for Fundraising Organizations

March 17, 2017By Mary GengeFundraising, Marketing for Non-Profits

Keeping it Clear: Importance of Transparency for Fundraising OrganizationsThe public doesn’t pay much attention to the nonprofit sector until some disreputable person with access to donor dollars decides to use them to support their gambling habit or go on an extended vacation. Then the light shines bright, cruel and judgmentally on anyone who has ever … Read More

Tell a Good Story

February 18, 2016By Mary GengeMarketing for Non-Profits

Tap into the emotional: The importance of telling a good story when fundraisingWhether you are fundraising for a youth sports team or a women’s shelter, you must have a key, central story that brings your cause to life for your donors.Being able to tell a good “story” is not about creating fiction. It’s about getting … Read More

Year in Creativity – Andrea Vuletin

June 23, 2015By Mary GengeYear of Creativity

HUB Creative Celebrates – Andrea Vuletin “I was born a creative person, but I was lucky that creativity was also nurtured in my home as I grew up. My mother was a potter. To keep us entertained, because we did not watch t.v., she would keep paint, paper, fabric, a ball of clay or even pinecones … Read More

Year in Creativity – Keith Hindmarsh

March 12, 2015By Mary GengeYear of Creativity

 HUB Creative Celebrates – Keith Hindmarsh “Creativity in cooking is giving yourself permission to do things you’ve never done before and believe it will taste great. I look at food as individual elements. What will work with something totally unexpected?  How about a creamy soup of celeriac, apple and Stilton cheese with pomegranate and Madeira puree … Read More

The Chatham-Kent Travel Guide 2015 Is Out!!

March 4, 2015By Mary GengeLatest News

Attracting tourists to the beauty, fun and authentic history that is truly Chatham-Kent…from shore to shore! What we call home is what tourists from around the world are seeking. Only Chatham-Kent is bordered on two sides with water that delights fishermen and wakeboarders alike, can boast nationally-respected historic sites like Uncle Tom’s Cabin and Buxton Museum, … Read More

Year in Creativity – Tracy Bultje

February 12, 2015By Mary GengeYear of Creativity

HUB Creative Celebrates – Tracy Bultje “As long as I can remember, it was important to me to have a creative outlet. As a small child I was driven to pursue art with a purpose. My passion for painting started when I was 13 years old, on a desk, in the basement, amongst the spiders. … Read More