Stewardship for James Patterson
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08-01-2022  / 1
Project Lead Project Team
Robert Mack CS Robert Mack
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Donor RelationsMegan ChristophersonDirector of Donor Engagement
Project Description
Brian and a few people from the College of Education will be visiting James Patterson in New York on Aug. 1. Brian would like to present Jim with a unique stewardship gift for his recent $1M pledge payment to his Literacy Challenge. Brian hopes this visit will set the stage to resolicit Jim in early 2023. He would like a slideshow/reel created for a digital photo frame for James Patterson. Brian would like to include quotes from students, parents and teachers tied to the Literacy Challenge. DR should have those quotes by COB today or early tomorrow. In terms of photos, DR thinks we could repurpose images from the EB retreat reels that had an Elementary Education element. There are also these photos from a photobook we created for Patterson a few years ago here:
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Created on July 25, 2022 at  3:30 PM (EDT). Last updated by Marissa Hartman on Aug.  2, 2022 at  9:00 AM (EDT). Owned by Hartman, Marissa.
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