A Gift That Makes A Difference
December 01, 2016
This holiday season, as you think about where to make your year-end contributions, please consider The National Campaign. New York Times columnist Nick Kristof included The National Campaign in his annual holiday gift giving list, because he knows that we are one of the most effective counterforces to those who would create barriers for women to access all methods of contraception.
With your gift, more women will receive accurate information about contraceptive methods and be able to access their preferred method through our expansive database of clinics. Know your donation will be in good hands—we’ve been awarded Charity Navigator’s four star rating ten years in a row. We are grateful for your support!
Daniela Kucz is the Development Analyst at The National Campaign. Daniela oversees individual giving and supports the Campaign’s fundraising activities. Daniela also serves as the Special Assistant to the CEO and coordinates Board of Directors events as the Corporate Secretary.
Prior to her work at the Campaign, Daniela honed her donor relations and fundraising experience as a Development Fellow at the Women’s Campaign Fund and a Special Projects Assistant at Move This World.
Daniela received her Bachelor’s degree in Gender & Sexuality Studies and Biology from Swarthmore College. Having lived in seven countries across the world, Daniela now resides in Washington, DC.