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Cambridge, MA Non-Profit Seeks Sponsor

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Cambridge, MA Non-Profit Seeks Sponsor

I am writing as a Board Member of Tutoring Plus, a non-profit in Cambridge, MA that offers free, one-on-one tutoring services to students in Cambridge public schools. You can learn more about this great organization here: http://www.tutoringplus.org.

 

One of the current initiatives of the Tutoring Plus Board of Directors is to expand the marketing and communications for the organization. This expansion is being undertaken to increase the awareness of Tutoring Plus in all directions—for students, families, Cambridge schools and teachers, volunteers and potential donors.

 

We would love to use Constant Contact as our email solution for this. Constant Contact's “Cares4Kids” lets any current Constant Contact customer nominate a nonprofit organization that works with kids to receive a free online marketing account with Constant Contact.

Can you help? Would you consider being our sponsor?  We'd be most appreciative, and would be thrilled to give you credit as a Supporter on our website as well as in email and print communication!

 

Interested? Please email me, Ellen Avery, at info@tutoringplus.org. Thanks so much for your consideration!

 

 

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Re: Cambridge, MA Non-Profit Seeks Sponsor

Hi Ellen,

 

I was unfamiliar with the Cares4Kids program until I read your note and did a little research: (http://www.constantcontact.com/about-constant-contact/cares4kids.jsp).

 

As I read the information, one of the keys to a successful application is a local sponsor.  You can search the Constant Contact Marketplace for a local Solution Provider: ( http://marketplace.constantcontact.com/Search  ) In the FIND drop down, select Solution Providers.  Enter the Cambridge zip code and a search radius and Search.  You'll be presented with a list of prospects who may be able to support your organization and your application.

 

Good luck and thank you for your work helping to educate children.

 

Regards,

 

Robert