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About Julie Damon
Julie’s adventure in the nonprofit world began in 1995 when she developed a unique business seminar for entrepreneurs with disabilities at Irvine Valley College. Seeing the huge community need for self-employment training and resources for people with disabilities, she started a nonprofit organization. She worked hand-in hand with the California State Department of Rehabilitation to train both consumers and counselors in the basics of starting a business. Julie developed and taught those courses and ran the nonprofit for 8 years before it merged with a larger private foundation. For these efforts she received the National Home Based Business Advocate of the Year award from the U.S. Small Business Administration in 2001. Julie brings her unique small business and nonprofit background to her current consulting business, Branded4Good.
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About Branded4Good
We help nonprofits create the marketing and web technology infrastructure they need to support their fundraising efforts. Services include branding and identity development, marketing planning and implementation, special event and campaign collateral, website development.

We see lots of high-end marketing consultants that do a lot of talking but don’t give enough bang for your buck and fund development consultants that are too old-school to keep up with the latest and greatest; we also see a lot of technology consultants selling one specific brand of web software without showing all the possible options. What we don’t see, and are here to provide, is one team that truly understands the nonprofit community and is dedicated to finding the best web and print marketing solutions for your nonprofit – solutions that work together to promote your brand and build a better community.

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