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We understand that raising money for The Salvation Army requires a unique approach. You don’t raise money for “street-level” ministry like you would for a college, university, hospital, museum, or any other type of nonprofit.
As a staple in the community, you serve as an important function and are vital to those who need a handout and a hand up. You may also have a robust donor list from years of direct mail fundraising, supporting relationships with local churches, and often have opportunities for broad community support from local businesses, corporations, and foundations. But in many cases, you do not have wealthy clients, an abundance of volunteers, or engaged advisory board members. And chances are, your Area Command, Adult Rehabilitation Centers, and Corps are under-resourced and short-staffed, trying to make a dime to do the work of a dollar.
Over the nearly four decades that our firm has been in business, we have helped The Salvation Army conduct dozens of capital campaigns that have raised hundreds of millions of dollars. Whether you are looking to conduct a campaign for new buildings, program expansion, debt reduction, an endowment, a combination of the above, or any other type of major fundraising campaign, we are experts in providing the counsel and assistance to successfully complete a capital campaign that will help your mission take a substantial leap forward to fulfill your vision.
We understand the unique challenges you face and can help you take your fundraising to the next level. Our work with The Salvation Army has been focused primarily on Feasibility Studies and Capital Campaigns. We also provide assistance with Mission Planning Studies, Major Gift Solutions, Grant Writing & Development Services, Board Strategy & Outcomes, and Talent Development.