Wednesday, March 9, 2011

The Limelight: Taylor's Gift

Taylor's Gift Foundation is a Coppell-based non-profit organization that encourages organ donation. The foundation was formed in honor of 13-year-old Taylor Storch of Coppell who died in a tragic accident last March while skiing with her family at Beaver Creek during Spring Break. Taylor helped five people with the gift of her organs. Now Taylor's legacy lives on through the inspiration of her foundation.

Many people think they are organ donors when in fact they are not. Why not make sure, by following the donor process and seeing if you are registered.

YOU can be a hero today! It only takes 90 seconds to become a donor. Click here for the Texas registry.

Be a part of the Taylor's Gift movement. Give now through a monetary donation OR give the gift of time. Contact to learn more about volunteer opportunities!
There is a team to match all volunteer talents and interests...

Evaluate strategic development activities and provide regular advice and guidance to the Board

Oversee the development and implementation of the overall fundraising plan, identify and solicit funds from external sources, and monitor fundraising efforts to ensure ethical practices are in place

Assist with development of the budget, ensure accurate tracking, monitoring and accountability for funds, provide adequate financial controls, and review grants and associated terms

Marketing and Communications
Oversee the development and implementation of the marketing plan. Represent the organization in the community, enhance the organization's image, communicate directly with the press, and create and manage the brand and style guide.

Draft and manage personnel needs and structure of the Foundation and organize personnel training

Help with new program development and monitor existing programs. Initiate and guide program evaluations, facilitate discussions about program priorities, and continually review the educational materials that are used.

Public Policy
Stay informed on relevant matters and bringing proposals to the table for a board position or an organization activity

Strategic Policy
Evaluate new growth opportunities and make recommendations to the Board, keep the foundation on track with a strategic plan and identify potential markets, needs of those markets, and ways to meet those needs with new programs.

Evaluate and recommend technology solutions for the organization, including CRM, social media, public outreach and web assets.

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