Who Is DMAW?
DMAW members are nonprofit integrated direct response fundraisers, marketers, and engagement advocates. We offer educational programming, networking opportunities, and professional development. Our community includes anyone who works with or for nonprofits to better engage their members and supporters as well as those who aim
to foster the next generation experts in this field.
As a DMAW Member you will be a part of the foremost direct marketing organization in the area. You’ll receive discounts on all association events.
DMAW Mission Statement
Our mission is to provide education, networking, and professional development programs for our community and members to encourage and support the highest ethical business standards and to promote the field of nonprofit direct response marketing, fundraising, and advocacy to have a lasting impact on nonprofit missions.
A vibrant, growing, supportive, and informed direct response fundraising and marketing community.
Ethical business practices | Helping others make better mission impacts | Improving the recognition of the profession | Continual learning
DMAW DEI Statement
The DMAW recognizes that diversity makes us better, and we are committed to equity and inclusion across race, gender, age, religion, identity, experience, physical or mental ability, ethnicity, and perspective.
We commit ourselves to an earnest and wholehearted effort to include and welcome all people. Furthermore, we commit ourselves to dismantling any inequities discovered within our policies, systems, programs, and services.
We remain steadfast in our commitment to provide mentorship, education, and networking opportunities to all members, knowing that these tools will be instrumental in the professional growth of future leaders of our industry.
Please feel free to download our latest bylaws.
Bylaws are an organization’s operating manual. They define:
- Size of the board and how it will function
- Roles and duties of directors and officers
- Rules and procedures for holding meetings, electing directors, and appointing officers
- Conflict of interest policies and procedures
To meet the changing times, the DMAW membership at its 2018 Annual Business meeting approved bylaw changes.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate the Executive Director, Donna Tschiffely at email@example.com or (703) 689-DMAW (3629).
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