We work with our clients to address their immediate and foreseeable needs. We strive not only to engage the best data management practices, but to do so in a manner which is the best fit for our clients given their resources and budgetary restrictions. We understand teams have strengths and challenges, and we work with leadership to capitalize on those areas which will result in the best brand of success they can garner – without losing sight of precious opportunities yet to be realized.
Nonprofit organizations often must do with less than they need. Decisions have to be made about where resources should be directed in an effort to allow it to pursue its mission. Too often we have found operating inefficiencies because of the need to be budget conscience. We understand difficult choices have to be made. Unfortunately, this pressure can result in decisions which are painfully short-sighted and result in higher operating expenses.
Our clients find an investment in the improvement of their operations is just that. It is an investment. It pays dividends. More money can be raised, because they are able to more accurately target and segment their constituents. Less money is very often spent in the intermediate and long term, because they do not exhaust scarce resources preparing data outside the database only to unknowing push bad contact information. These expenses – print, postage, data preparation – are perpetual. They often continue without notice. The cost of bad analytics can be immeasurable as Stakeholders question the validity and integrity of the fundraising and development services operations.
Our goal is to partner with you. We teach your team to fish, when that is the appropriate course of action. Sometimes we are in the boat with you rowing as you focus on realizing your organization’s vision and finding that next great opportunity.
Health Care is both one of the most time-tested focuses of philanthropy and the subject of constantly evolving opportunities.
Colleges, Universities and private schools work with an interconnected community of alums, students, parents, grandparents, faculty and staff, stakeholders, vendors and investors.
Diverse Diocesan communities require navigation of a complex labyrinth of complementary, and occasionally competing, efforts and interests.
Social Service agencies often choose to sacrifice long-term investment in response to immediate need.
Arts | Culture
Arts | Culture organizations are challenged to combine ticket revenue and philanthropic support in a society whose consumption of diverse media can create a void of stable financial support.
Animal | Environment
Animal | Environment organizations can find themselves navigating complex and episodic support in an effort to cultivate active and loyal supporters.