This month Bloomerang published our latest article on year-end fundraising appeals, written by Vice President Victoria Dietz. Don’t miss these important tips for a critical time of year to your nonprofit’s bottom line: “10 Steps to a Winning Year-End Fundraising Appeal”
Congratulations to client Nansemond-Suffolk Academy?, which is wrapping up their campaign after blowing past their original $6 million goal—now over the $8 million mark! Read their case study.
The Curtis Group is happy to announce that we are working for the first time with AIPLA (American Intellectual Property Law Association). This national organization seeks to be an innovator, powerful advocate and visible global leader in intellectual property law through its commitment to education, outreach, member service and advocacy.
We are pleased to be working with Obici Healthcare Foundation—Wendy will facilitate a retreat for its board of directors, focused on strategic planning for the future of the foundation.
As the official sponsor of Hampton Roads’ National Philanthropy Day 2017, The Curtis Group is especially pleased with this year’s selections… as we’ve worked with most of them on campaigns over the past couple of years…
The Curtis Group has been engaged by Lord Fairfax Community College to conduct a study for a new center in Luray–Page County. Founded in 1970, LFCC is a comprehensive, multi-campus public institution of higher education with four locations.
Giving USA, the longest-running consecutively published study of philanthropy in the U.S., is now available. Giving USA 2017 has valuable data that nonprofits can leverage for fundraising success. As a firm actively involved in this report, The Curtis Group will be speaking about key takeaways during the multiple events. Read our analysis of the findings and advice… Read more »
We look forward to working with the Virginia Symphony Orchestra on their campaign planning study.
Wendy McGrady, executive vice president of The Curtis Group, was featured as an expert columnist this week in Inside Business: The Hampton Roads Business Journal. The article, on board self-evaluation, also ran in our blog last month.
We’re happy to announce that we’re beginning a campaign planning study for United Way of South Hampton Roads. United Way unites people and organizations to solve big problems, together.