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Make 2020 a year of growth and transition for your parish

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Craig F. Martin, J.D.

Partner, Lamson Dugan & Murray LLP

Craig Martin is a partner in Lamson Dugan & Murray and leads its construction group, where he focuses his practice on advising small to medium-sized business owners on day to day legal issues, including employment law and general operations, and should the need arise, in litigation.

Craig also serves on the Board for Skutt Catholic High School in Omaha.

Craig is in the deaconate formation program in the Archdiocese of Omaha. He and his wife have 3 children and are members of St. Robert Catholic Church in Omaha, Nebraska.

Craig received his B.A. degree from Creighton University and his J.D. from Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. 

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A detailed plan for your parish... "just add water"
Tuesday, August 25, 11 a.m. Central

A Recovery Plan for your Parish Offertory

11:00 a.m. CT

Previous webinars

Creative Social Media Ideas for Advent and Christmas
Presented November 19, 2019

Practical Advice and Templates to Increase Year-End Giving
Presented November 19, 2019

Digital Stewardship: A Roadmap to Modernize Your Parish
Presented December 10, 2019

The Practical Guide to Catholic Parish Vendors
Presented January 14, 2020

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Nic Prenger, J.D. 

Founder & CEO of Prenger Solutions Group

Nic has raised more than $300 million for Catholic causes across the country. As founder of Prenger Solutions Group, Nic leads a team of Catholic fundraising experts who leverage technology to help dioceses, schools and churches raise more money with fewer headaches. 

He has consulted for many of the nation's leading Catholic organizations including the dioceses of Wichita, Omaha, Orange, Phoenix, Steubenville, Nashville, Kansas City, Galveston-Houston, Dubuque and hundreds of parishes and schools all across the country.

A native of Carroll, Iowa, Nic is a graduate of Creighton University in Omaha and the University of Iowa Law School. A former board member for the Magis Catholic Teacher Corps, Nic served on the National Catholic Educational Association’s national advisory council for leadership development. He also serves on the stewardship committee for Christ the King Parish in Omaha, where he belongs along with his wife, Holly, and their three children.

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Dan Waters, J.D. 

Partner, Lamson Dugan & Murray LLP

Dan Waters is a partner in LDM's business department. Dan regularly advises for-profit organizations, charitable organizations, and individuals in the areas of corporate governance, commercial and real estate transactions, estate planning and business succession planning.

Dan is a member of the Omaha Estate Planning Council, a regular speaker at local seminars, including corporate governance and estate planning, and an active member on the boards of local charitable organizations. He is also a designated Charter Advisor in Philanthropy.

Prior to joining Lamson, Dugan & Murray, Dan worked as the annual fund director for Creighton Preparatory High School, a Jesuit all-boys school in Omaha, Nebraska.

Dan is a graduate of Marquette University and Creighton University School of Law. He and his wife have four children and are members of St. Patrick Catholic Church in Elkhorn, Nebraska.

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Running a Parish During the Coronavirus Outbreak, Part II
Presented March 24, 2020

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Prenger Solutions Group is a specialized Catholic firm that uses technology to help parishes, schools and dioceses raise more money with fewer headaches. PSG’s fundraising and communications experts have raised more than $450 million for Catholic causes while helping parishes to engage and inspire their parishioners through digital media.

PSG has put together a month-by-month communications and fundraising plan that your parish can use to engage parishioners and increase giving from now through December (you know, that month during which 30% of all charitable giving takes place).

We've created 39 amazing fundraising letters, scripts, postcards, emails, bulletin inserts and everything else your parish might need to inspire generosity and end the year on a positive note.

Before you "go it alone," join Nic Prenger as he walks through a detailed plan for your parish. It will change the way you think about fundraising and communications in the time of coronavirus. 

Running a Parish During the Coronavirus Outbreak Part I
Presented March 13, 2020

Primer on the Coronavirus Relief Bill
Presented March 31, 2020

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What should my parish do now?

  • Candid advice about what works and what doesn’t
  • The exact steps you should take right now to make your fall fundraising or stewardship appeal a success
  • A clear plan and timeline that your parish can follow from now through December 31
  • A fundraising strategy that will inspire giving without offending those who are suffering
  • Examples of heartfelt letters and messages that your pastor should be sending to every parishioner right now
  • Segmentation strategies so you don’t send “one-size-fits-all” letters
  • Creative ideas for how your parish can lean into the "surge" in charitable giving this fall while rebuilding a sense of community and offering spiritual comfort to those who are suffering
  • Advice on how and when to promote the new charitable giving tax benefits

Your parish will benefit from:

A monthly, step-by-step plan for your parish to engage families and increase offertory through December 2020.