Family Life Radio Joins Vidare Creative

Vidare Creative is excited to announce they have reached an exclusive fundraising agreement with Family Life Radio, based in Tucson, AZ. Vidare will work together with the network to implement their “Fundraising 365” strategy, which includes event training, hosting, and coaching, as well as ongoing support to help Family Life Radio tell their story throughout the year.

“Excitement is running high for our team as we look forward to all God has for Family Life Radio in 2020. We intentionally chose Vidare Creative believing they share our vision to lead people to experience hope through living an intentional life in Christ, says FLR Chief Broadcast Engagement Officer Sally Barton. “Paul Goldsmith, Bill Scott, and Dave Kirby will, like coaches leading their team to victory, help us find new, exciting ways to transform lives around the world through all communication channels available to us.”

Vidare Creative Chief Business Officer Pail Goldsmith added, “There is a significant shortage of hope in our culture. That’s why we are incredibly excited to support Family Life Radio’s fundraising efforts so that they can help even more people in the 11 states they serve to ‘Experience Hope’.”

Vidare Creative partners Paul Goldsmith, Bill Scott, and Dave Kirby bring over 100 years of collective radio and fundraising experience to work for their clients. They are currently welcoming new clients, both in the radio and general non-profit sector. To find out how you can work with Vidare Creative, contact Paul Goldsmith at paul@vidarecreative.com.

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