Developing Your Fundraising Skills

The Reality Check suggests that your organization may still need to work on its fundraising skills.
Even if you don’t have the staff or the time to launch a successful campaign, your nonprofit can benefit from long-term funding. Or perhaps it may be your board of directors that lacks fundraising experience and is not leading the way financially for your organization.
No matter what the issue, we can help you begin the journey to reaching your funding goals. Convergent’s team of experts can provide interactive board and staff workshops on outcome-driven fundraising and the motivations of today’s funders. We can also provide strategic pre-campaign consulting to help you develop the ingredients that allow an organization to earn the right to ask for large dollars.

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Here is a look at a few case studies from nonprofits across the country that have reached or exceeded their funding goals working with us. You can view our full selection of case studies here.

Fundraising During A Pandemic

This Chamber had just started a five-year capital campaign when the COVID-19 pandemic brought the world to a halt. How do you continue fundraising when your community is in various stages of recovery?

Generating Support in Your Community

Fundraising is a skill and a full-time job. When your community has been approached numerous times for donations and volunteering over the years, how do you get investors excited about supporting your project?

Using A Feasibility Study to Plan A Successful Campaign

How do you generate investments for infrastructure improvements at a community college in a state known as the “granddaddy” of the Promise Program initiative? Can you convince investors to fund both efforts?