Every non-profit organization needs to raise more gifts and manage its resources effectively. Many lack experienced fundraising staff or need extra help to carry out a campaign. Some need help bringing focus to organization plans or making sure the board is ready to do its part. From fundraising to strategic planning and board development, the Philanthropy Resource Group can help.
Non-profit staff and board members bring passion and a knowledge of a particular mission. Uniting that passion and knowledge with a plan and the tools to raise money and move strategically forward is what the Philanthropy Resource Group is all about.
Our goal is to leave anything we touch better than when we came. For you, that means we will not only help you meet your short-term goals, but we’ll work hard to make sure you can build relationships that will bear fruit for years to come. We love working with non-profits and we love to raise money. But most of all, we love to get you excited about sharing your mission in a way that engages donors in a meaningful, two-way relationship with your organization and those whom you serve.
So give us a call. We’re here to help, and we have the experience and knowledge to do just that. Philanthropy Resource Group – together, we can make it happen!
Hannah Grimes, Keene NH: Fall series of 3 sessions (you can attend any or all) – “Start-up and Small Non-profits: How to Stand Tall When you are Quite Small!” For more information please click on the links, below:
- Session one (September 20, 2017): “That’s Board, not Bored! – Building Your Greatest Resource” https://www.hannahgrimes.com/event/npo-series-session-two-thats-board-not-bored-building-greatest-resource
- Session two (October 3, 2017): “Putting the Fun Back into Fundraising” https://www.hannahgrimes.com/event/npo-series-session-three-putting-fun-back-fundraising
- Session three (October 18, 2017): “It Really is Who You Know: Engaging Powerful Partners” https://www.hannahgrimes.com/event/npo-series-session-one-really-know-engaging-powerful-partners
Association of Fundraising Professionals, Western MA Chapter, Holyoke MA, September 27, 2017. “Yikes! I’ve Got to “Manage Moves” for too Many Prospects!”. For more information, please see www.afpwma.org.
Association of Fundraising Professionals, Northern New England Chapter annual conference, November 1-3, 2017, Concord NH. Co-presenting all-day Academy “Raising More Gifts When You Are the Lone Ranger”, designed for non-profits with little or no development staff, and co-presenting “Ethics Challenges: Shades of Gray”. For more information, go to http://www.afp-nne.org/2017-annual-conference1.html.
We Take our Work Seriously
Philanthropy Resource Group consultants support and adhere to the Code of Ethical Standards of the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP), as well as the AFP Donor Bill of Rights. We are members of the Northern New England Chapter of AFP, NH & VT Council of Charitable Gift Planners and the Greater Keene Chamber of Commerce. Maryann LaCroix Lindberg, President of Philanthropy Resource Group, is also a Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE). This designation, similar to a CPA status for an accountant, is one of the highest standards of professional practice in the fundraising field, granted only to those with the highest levels of experience and knowledge in the field. See CFRE.org for more information.
“Maryann LaCroix Lindberg facilitated an excellent workshop on board development. I was so impressed by her skill and expertise which was full of encouraging moments and insightful, yet practical strategies to implement. There was plenty of time for questions and excellent discussions. Maryann has a breadth of knowledge and professional ease that make the workshops interesting, enjoyable, and most of all useful!”
Kate Hickey, Program Director, Hannah Grimes Center for Entrepreneurship