Final Step of ShareMedia Services Merger into Dunham+Company

As part of the planned final phase of the merger to create the most comprehensive, market-leading media fundraising services available, Dunham ShareMedia will now operate under the Dunham+Company umbrella.

“This move unifies the entire global team within Dunham+Company while continuing to deliver all existing on-air fundraising services for media ministries and causes. And in this new season, all media and cause clients will fully benefit from the research-driven and holistic strategic fundraising services of Dunham+Company with the mission to have even more Kingdom impact,” reports former ShareMedia Services President and newly appointed Dunham+Company Chief Media Officer, Jason Parker.

Founder and CEO of Dunham+Company, Rick Dunham added: “The vision behind acquiring ShareMedia Services and bringing it under the Dunham+Company banner was to provide a fully integrated offering to stations that would result in increased listener and donor engagement, heightened revenue, and a growing base of sustainable support. And this is an outcome we are already seeing.”

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With over 40 years’ experience, Dunham+Company is made up of industry-leading experts who through strategic marketing, fundraising, and media solutions, help ministries increase their effectiveness so they are able to see more. More hearts touched. More impact. So that more lives are reached and transformed for eternity.

If you would like to learn more about how Dunham+Company can help your organization increase Kingdom impact, please contact Bethany Cranfield at bcranfield@dunhamandcompany.com or 832.421.7045.

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