The Coronavirus pandemic and a fluctuating economy are causing philanthropists of all levels to rethink and recalibrate their giving. It’s no longer business as usual.
But trust us when we say the sky isn’t falling. How do we know? Because we’ve fundraised through the October 1997 stock market mini-crash, burst out of the dot-com bubble of 2000, and survived the 2008 recession.
We’ve been in your shoes.
We’ve also seen from looking at past trends that giving never stops. Donors want to help and they want to help the organizations that are important to them. So, keep fundraising—just do it smarter.
Here’s a sneak peek of what you can find in the Fundraising Toolkit.
This guide offers tips on how to map out your strategy. The Toolkit has other templates and resources so you can write your own nonprofit fundraising plan.
Here’s to your fundraising success!
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At Windmill Hill Consulting, we know that effective fundraising is essential to the overall health of a nonprofit. We help you raise the funds and build the donor relationships you need to increase your impact. Let us help you fundraise smarter—not harder—to get the results you want.
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“Barbara listened to what we said we needed and hoped to learn in order to assess and improve our direct mail program. Barbara not only delivered on our felt needs but also surfaced unfelt needs and gave us more than we knew we needed to know. On the tactical level, we came away with a lot of sound analysis and practical recommendations to work with now as we grow our direct mail program.”
“Barbara is a consummate professional and has a deep, thorough grasp of non-profit fundraising. She provided expert advice and insights on our end-of-year direct mail appeal campaign, our corporate cabinet, and our individual giving program. She has innovative and keen insights, and she worked remarkably well with our president and my team.”