Bryan Garman remembers the day, last spring, when Wilmington Friends School received a special gift. Garman, the head of school, had been visiting the lower school campus and arrived to his office mid-morning. As soon as he walked in, his assistant called the development director and said, “All right—he’s here.”
Rob Moher, vice president of development and marketing for the Conservancy of Southwest Florida, looks forward to the day
when “visitors will finally be able to find our nature center.”
Marts & Lundy has launched a new website that offers a cleaner, more modern look and easier to navigate pages.
The client stories section on the home page, for instance, is much bigger, with larger photos. The section looks more like a magazine, and includes a gallery of rotating articles about successful fund-raising campaigns and other client news. The four articles featured in the gallery are regularly updated and give a glimpse of the great variety of clients represented by the firm.