Israeli violinmaker, Amnon Weinstein, has devoted the last 20 years to locating and restoring the violins of the Holocaust as a tribute to those who were lost, including 400 of his own relatives. He calls these the Violins of Hope. These Violins have been played in concert halls, have been on exhibit and have been used to teach the lessons of the Holocaust to audiences throughout the world. Violins of Hope will be one of the first broad-reaching programs in Maricopa County that reaches between 30,000 to 50,000 individuals and brings non-profit arts groups and other agencies together in a large-scale collaborative project.
I am responsible for developing and executing all aspects of this exciting program - including but not limited to fundraising, grant writing, website design and content, marketing, event execution, identifying and confirming partners and overall project management.
The Parkinson's Institute is launching a $10M capital campaign to fund construction of their new building. I was hired to write the content for all the campaign materials including: case statement, campaign brochure, one-page program descriptions, impact report and other marketing materials.
Work samples will be available soon!
Stay tuned - More to Come!