How can you utilize your limited resources more effectively to increase revenues?
Do your current fundraising strategies still make sense for your organization?
Do you have the right information available to maximize your development efforts?
What do your constituents think about you and how do they view your future plans?
Are you delivering clear, concise and compelling messages about your needs, your successes and your opportunities?
Resource development is all about relationships. That’s why The Rome Group specializes in helping nonprofit organizations build and maintain relationships with all of their donors and prospects. We have successfully planned and managed development and fund raising efforts that have generated millions of dollars for our clients. Over 95% of the capital campaign projects we have assisted have met or exceeded their goals!
Our Resource Development services include:
• Development audits and development plans
• Feasibility studies
• Capital campaign planning and implementation
• Designing annual giving and major gifts programs
• Ongoing fundraising counsel
Through in-depth development audits, we can help you examine what you’re doing, how well you’re doing it and the results you could be achieving. Our audits are grounded in the experience we’ve gained in working with many different types of organizations. We know, for example, that there is typically much more that the average nonprofit could be doing, or doing more strategically, to build relationships and attract more contributed income.
We’ve also learned that a major shortcoming with many nonprofit organizations is their lack of donor and prospect information and data and their inability to use it effectively. We can help you determine the type of reports you should generate, how to use the information you have and how to collect more and better data as an essential step in building a solid development plan.
Let us demonstrate how we can help you improve your development activities, organize your staff, enhance your appeals, and focus on high-potential areas.