Can Your Organization Afford Not To Hire A Professional Fundraiser?
There is a lot of competition out there for fundraising dollars. Is your team up to the task? Do you need an experienced guide to take your fundraising skills to the next level? Southern Philanthropy can help. Our proven approach:
- employs a personal, relationship-based approach steeped in hospitality
- is focused on to the major donor
Long-term major gift fundraising is key to any organization and is only successful when built upon a solid operational foundation.
It Is Easy To Get Started Raising More Money For Your Organization
Request A Quote
Reach out to get the process started.
Have A Meeting
We will get a clear list of your needs.
Raise More Money
Create a plan for your future success.
Successful Fundraising Starts With Building Relationships
ORDER THE BOOK
Getting Started: Major Gifts 101
An A-Z guide teaching you how to raise major charitable money for your organization. The manual showcases practical approaches that challenge you to work smarter, not harder. Sample documents, cut-and-paste text, and “how-to” guides make this a perpetual point of reference for any fundraising professional.
Chapter highlights include: How to Build Your List, Hallmarks of Remarkable Fundraisers, Advisory Boards, Proposals, Sample Correspondence, Strategic Touch, and many more.
Unlike other manuals that offer “pie-in-the-sky” visions of fundraising, this manual is practical, user-friendly, and written for the development professional who takes great pride in their work and performs with initiative.
Latest Blog Posts
You’ve planned it all out: It’s the largest fundraiser event of the year, and it’s sold out. The ballroom is at capacity. Suddenly, you have an extra 50 or more guests on the list. They must be accommodated – you can’t turn away solid givers or guests of those elite. What to do with the […]
I recently was asked about a situation regarding sharing a director for fundraising. The person writes: “My development director agreed to serve on the fundraising committee of another (non-competing) nonprofit. He has done so as a thank you to our former gala chair who is active with this other nonprofit. “Is this appropriate?” My answer […]
Let’s talk about direct mail fundraising. Some organizations base their entire income on direct mail fundraising efforts. However, for the novice fundraiser or a new nonprofit, doing so is a risky bet if you are just blanketing the mailing list with generic fundraising pleas. My approach to direct mail is different than most, in that […]