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Experienced counsel on philanthropy.

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    Pandemic Counsel

    With unplanned changes in levels of service delivery and uncertainty about meeting your fundraising goals, it may be difficult to see a way forward.

    At Hammond & Associates, our goal is to work with you to honestly assess your situation and develop step-by-step plans to ensure your fundraising continues to be successful now and in the future under more normal circumstances.

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Call us today, 248-889-5200, or email to learn how we can help you meet your fundraising goals

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Our Thoughts On The Matter

B Corporations
On July 17, Delaware became the 19th state to enact benefit corporation legislation, which goes into effect on August 1. What are benefit corporations, why is it suddenly newsworthy now ...
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The Overhead Myth
Three organizations that publish information on charities launched a campaign this month that challenges the perception donors have about operating costs. GuideStar, Charity Navigator, and the BBB Wise Giving Alliance ...
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Turnover
This year, the Chronicle has turned its attention to turnover of development staff at nonprofits.  The short version:  it is rampant, and it is problematic. In a recent survey, half ...
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