UF Loyal 2022 Impact Report Email
Due Open Deliverables Open Emails
08-02-2022 0 / 5 0 / 1
Project Lead Project Team
Monica Vosilla CS Madolyn Haggbloom, Brenton Richardson, Jim Baer   D Monica Vosilla, Tonya Gibbs, Jason Phenicie   W Nicole Neal
Sponsor Information
Donor RelationsClaire BurnsDirector of Donor Programs
Project Description
Donor Relations would like to partner on a digital annual impact communication to UF Loyal donors to thank this group for their support and demonstrate the impact of annual gifts. In the past we have included a digital giveaway with this piece. This is an opportunity to share gratitude and impact with this group before they are solicited through Annual Giving’s Fall Consecutive Giving Mailing (dropping on 8/1). They would like this piece to drop on or around 7/26 to ensure that it is delivered prior to that solicitation.
DeliverableDue DateStatusAssigned TeamNotes 
Email Artwork - UF Loyal Impact Report07-19-2022CompletedJim Baer🔎 ✏️
Email Copy Review - UF Loyal Impact Report07-05-2022CompletedNicole NealDR will provide draft for review🔎 ✏️
Email Execution - UF Loyal Impact Report07-26-2022CompletedMonica Vosilla; Jason Phenicie🔎 ✏️
Video - UF Loyal Impact Report07-19-2022CompletedJennifer Romero; Brenton Richardson🔎 ✏️
EmailSend DateStatusAssigned Team 
UF Loyal Impact Email 202208-02-2022Canceled by CollaboratorMonica Vosilla; Tonya Gibbs; Jason Phenicie🔎 ✏️


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Created on May 23, 2022 at  8:19 AM (EDT). Last updated by Jim Baer on Feb.  7 at  7:23 AM (EST). Owned by Smith, Rachel.
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