The Four Elements Your Organization Needs to Succeed at Capital Campaign

A Planning Study is based on four Predictive Indicators for Success that aid in determining how an organization can be successful. An urgent and compelling case for support motivates constituents to make the number and size of contributions necessary to meet a significant campaign goal. It must have: A reason for raising money that clearly reflects … More The Four Elements Your Organization Needs to Succeed at Capital Campaign

Campaign Volunteer Leadership: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly

By Renee Fitzgerald   I was fortunate to host a panel discussion at the USD Governance Symposium last week with three incredible panelists: Jay Hill, CEO, Library Foundation ($185 million capital campaign) Dr. Tim O’Malley, VP External Relationship ($300 million capital campaign) Don Stump, CEO, North County Lifeline (launching a campaign)   My panel of … More Campaign Volunteer Leadership: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly

Capital Campaigns: When the Going Gets Tough

The launch of a capital campaign is exciting and filled with hope. Six- and seven-figure dollar gifts are being solicited pushing you quickly towards your financial goal. Like my clients, I am inspired during this time and caught up with the fever of success. At a certain point, the large donations have all been solicited … More Capital Campaigns: When the Going Gets Tough