Media Cause is a mission-driven marketing and creative agency that helps nonprofits grow and accelerate their impact. They take a people-first approach to developing powerful creative, scalable growth strategies, and targeted communications that connect with individuals across their entire supporter journey: from awareness and recruitment to fundraising and advocacy, and every touchpoint in-between. As a nonprofit marketing agency, Media Cause works with nonprofits, philanthropists, advocates, educators, and NGOs of all shapes and sizes to challenge the status quo—helping them better communicate, and achieve, their greater good.
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Dan Reed: CFRE Novice Musician, Amateur Golfer, and Midwestern Accent Aficionado. Dan started his digital fundraising career at Us TOO International Prostate Cancer Education and Support Network, developing peer-to-peer activities for two annual Greater Chicago Prostate Cancer Run Walk & Rolls. From there, Dan spent seven years at the Smithsonian Institution, managing the digital components of the Friends of the Smithsonian direct response program, mid-level donor program and working across the different Smithsonian units, supporting their digital fundraising efforts. While at the Smithsonian, Dan earned his Masters Degree in Strategic Fundraising and Philanthropy. Next, Dan moved to World Food Program USA, building out their digital fundraising program from the ground up and developing an award winning monthly donor program over the course of three years.
In 2021, Dan earned his Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) designation from CFRE International and has 15 years of digital fundraising experience. Since joining Media Cause in 2018, the favorite part of his job has been the opportunity to work with a wide variety of nonprofits that are striving to make the world a better place. He’s been inspired on a daily basis helping passionate clients achieve their fundraising goals.