Catholic Charities, Monsignor Riffle, Heather Rady Honored for Fundraising Work

Catholic Charities, Monsignor Riffle, Heather Rady Honored for Fundraising Work

Monsignor Raymond E. Riffle, former Managing Director of Catholic Charities and Heathy Rady, Director of Community Relations & Special Events received accolades from several organizations for their work on a recent fundraising appeal. The pandemic forced Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Greensburg to cancel all fundraising events, yet the call for help to Catholic Charities by those impacted by COVID-19 was greater than ever. In an effort to raise more than $250,000 in funds to provide direct COVID-19 relief, frontline heroes throughout the Diocese of Greensburg were featured in first-ever Heroes of Hope Guardian Angel Appeal. The appeal was given a Communicator Award of Distinction for best public service campaign, social media campaign and marketing effectiveness. The appeal also won a bronze Telly Award for non-profit online fundraising, second place for best social media campaign and second place for best ad campaign by the Catholic Media Association. The Catholic Media Association awards acknowledge outstanding work by Catholic Communicators across North America as they strive to further the mission of the Church. The Telly Awards is the largest honor for video and television content across all screens, receiving 12,000 entries from all 50 states and five continents. The Communicator Awards are presented by the Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts and receive more than 5,000 entries each year from around the country.



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