Community Foundation Hosts Bloomerang, Next-Gen Nonprofit And Fundraising Expertise

Dubois County, January 7, 2015:  Dubois County Community Foundation is hosting, “What Every Fundraiser Can Do To Stop Falling Donor Retention Rates,” a presentation by Bloomerang Account Manager, Amy Sermersheim, for any local nonprofit organization looking to reach, engage, and retain the advocates they depend on to achieve their vision for a better world.

Bloomerang is a cloud-based donor management application that is rooted in principles of philanthropy, simple to use and focused on empowering nonprofit teams to achieve remarkable results through enhanced donor loyalty.

Amy has been helping nonprofits increase efficiency and raise more money for over fifteen years.  Her experience ranges from raising funds through the United Way to creating a fundraising products division at a home accessory company.  With Bloomerang, she is helping to revolutionize how databases are used in the charity world and to help bring a focus on donor retention.

“Amy’s depth of knowledge around modern fundraising, donor retention, and the philanthropic sector is top notch,” said Brad Ward, CEO of Dubois County Community Foundation.  “With her personal ties to Dubois County, we are fortunate to have her lend her expertise to our community for this discussion.”

This no-charge 60-minute Bloomerang presentation will take place at 10:00 AM on Friday, January 16th at the Community Foundation.  It is part of the BetterTogether Initiative, a Community Foundation effort to strengthen and build connections among local nonprofits.

Please RSVP by contacting Rachel at the Foundation at (812) 482-5295, or by emailing