It’s All About The Donors

Categories: Annual Fund Drive, ASC, Blog

Development Wednesday By Amy Tribble, Vice President of Resource Development Over the past 51 days, since joining the staff of ASC as VP of Resource Development, I’ve been reminded again and again of what I believe is the key to success in a fund development program. It’s a belief that I recently shared with a …

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Experience Charlotte’s Cultural Mile with CMS Parent University

Categories: ASC, Blog, Education

CCI Tuesday By Katherine Mooring, Associate Vice President, Education & Professional Development I grew up in small towns in South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia, and I was lucky to have parents who believed (deeply) in the importance of the arts and culture in the lives of their children. I say that, not just because the …

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He Promised And Boy Did He Deliver!

Categories: Blog, Uncategorized

At the ASC Annual Fund Drive kick-off in January, Campaign Chair Charles Bowman promised if we met our $8.3 million goal he would sing at the finale. Well after weeks of generous contributions by thousands of Charlotte Mecklenburg residents, philanthropists and companies we did just that! And you guessed it, Bowman did not disappoint the …

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Charlotte Culture Guide Friday

Categories: ASC, Blog

Happy Friday and April Fool’s Day! People might be messing with you today, but none of these great events are a joke. Check out just a handful of the awesome things happening in Charlotte and Mecklenburg County this weekend! Discover Latta Plantation Girl Scouts who trained in March will return to demonstrate their living history …

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Wrapping up a Whirlwind Campaign Year

Categories: Annual Fund Drive, ASC, Blog

Development Wednesday By Catherine Miller, Development Officer Tomorrow evening, at the Bechtler Museum of Modern Art, ASC invites all supporters and friends to gather to learn the outcome of the 2011 Annual Fund Drive. This finale celebration marks the end to a whirlwind campaign year that began on January 19, with a goal to raise …

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