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DMA NONPROFIT FEDERATION HONORS REP. JOHN MCHUGH AT ITS ANNUAL CRITICAL ISSUES CONFERENCE
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
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its annual Critical Issues conference
“As demonstrated by his track record on postal reform, Rep. McHugh is a committed advocate for all sectors being impacted by the burgeoning postal ‘death spiral,’ including nonprofits, who raised more than 50 million dollars for charitable causes via mailings last year,” said H. Robert Wientzen, president & CEO, The DMA.
“Rep. McHugh is receiving this recognition because he understands how important the U.S. Postal Service is to our nation's nonprofit organizations,” said Senny Boone, executive director, DMANF. “Direct mail is still the vehicle of choice for fundraising appeals.”
The DMA Nonprofit Federation Public Service award honors an individual who has made a lasting and positive contribution to a nonprofit organization, or to the nonprofit sector. The recipient must also serve with a legislative, regulatory, charity watchdog, or standards-setting body that is involved in postal, regulatory, legislative and/or accountability issues affecting nonprofit organizations. Preference is given to individuals who have assisted the DMANF in its efforts to promote the interests of the nonprofit sector.
A recognized authority on postal matters, McHugh served for six years as chairman of the Subcommittee on the Postal Service, and was appointed to serve as the chairman of the House Committee’s Special Panel on Postal Reform and Oversight in early 2003. McHugh was first sworn in to the U.S. House of Representatives in January 1993, as
The Critical Issues Facing Nonprofits 2004 conference focuses exclusively on public policy issues affecting charities and other nonprofit organizations who use direct and interactive marketing for their fund-raising efforts. Sessions will address, among other topics, postal rates and regulations, IRS planning, telemarketing regulations, and the U.S. Supreme Court’s Madigan Decision.
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