The Reality Check suggests that your organization may still need to work on measuring and communicating your outcomes.
Do you feel like you need to move from transactional fundraising to a more transformational level? Positioning your value to the community by developing Investable Outcomes™ will help you make larger asks and turn your donors into investors for the long term.
Convergent’s team of experts can help you determine your Investable Outcomes, develop your prospectus, build your Organizational Value Proposition®, and get ready for a successful feasibility study and capital campaign.

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