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Are you looking to add new layers of sophistication to your development program? Do you want to diversify your organization’s revenue stream? Could your organization accomplish even greater things with a more sustainable base of support? Would you like to offer donors a menu of options for support, thus encouraging them to give more? Do you need experienced fundraising consultants to step in and help during a transition in development or executive leadership?
Hammond can be your partner in creating new fundraising initiatives and making existing development programs more robust. Whether your organization is in its infancy or is well-established, we can help you take your fundraising to the next level.
We are your guide for developing donor strategies, establishing best practices in systems and processes, refining your case and messaging, optimizing your structure and staff resources, organizing annual fundraising plans, identifying prospective donors, determining the best approach and strategies for cultivating donors for support, and designing and implementing annual fund, major gifts, corporate giving, planned giving, and grant programs.
Hammond can position you to achieve your fundraising goals.
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Our Thoughts On The Matter
Working with clients for 18 years now, Hammond & Associates has encountered a set of common mistakes that some nonprofits tend to make. Raising money is almost always a very challenging proposition and mistakes can make the task all the more difficult.
As we move into the new year, it’s important for nonprofit organizations to focus on fundraising trends. This will help you make the most of your resources and maximize the impact of your development program. Here are five trends to watch out for in 2023. 1. The economy will present challenges across all sectors of…
2022 was a challenging year for non-profits. The pandemic has faded, but the aftereffects will linger for years. With the economic downturn, many donors began to trim their donations as the year ended. Read more in this post about the lessons we learned in 2022 that will guide our strategies going forward. 1. A Diverse…
In the New York Times recent section on giving, you will find the transcript of a conversation with Dr. Jen Shang – the world’s first Ph.D. in philanthropy and only philanthropic psychologist. The conversation focuses on understanding donor behavior and reiterates the most basic truth about fundraising: once you have a donor’s attention, you must…
The DR. JOHN S. LORE AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING FUNDRAISING EXECUTIVE is for an outstanding individual fundraising executive who practices his/her profession in an exemplary manner. The recipient must have at least ten years of professional fundraising experience, evidence of quality of leadership and acting as a team player, be a current member of AFP, commitment to continuing professional development, and commitment to fundraising and philanthropy through volunteer service and financial support of non-profit organizations.