Are you struggling to complete a strategic plan, get a fundraising campaign off the ground, or expand your reach? Despite having a great team, your nonprofit may need the expertise of an outside Advisor. This is not a poor reflection on your organization; instead it’s a testament to the time constraints and experience involved in these types of projects. Advisors we heartily recommend are:
Tim McCormick – McCormick Consulting – Fundraising, campaigns, strategic planning, executive coaching, and organizational capacity building. Works with human service, education, and health nonprofits under $5M.
Lauren Steiner – Grants Plus – Provides federal grant writing, foundation grant writing, grant prospect research, and full-service management of the grant seeking program for nonprofit organizations, museums, schools, and other institutions. Not technical or research grants.
Jessica Leary Allen – S+J Allen – Executive director-turned-fundraising consultant specializing in campaign work, board and staff development, foundation relations, and strategy.
Mitch Wasserman – The Wasserman Consulting Group – Campaigns, feasibility studies, grant writing, visioning, strategic planning, programming review, messaging, and staffing. Grassroots and mature nonprofit organizations.
Anne Goodman – AG Nonprofit Advisors – Organization and operation building, fundraising strategy, financial analysis, and projections.
Molly Pascoe – Northeast Ohio Grant Consulting – Grant writing for social service organizations.
Eileen Saffran – MTN Strategies – “Practical” implementable solutions for organizations in need. Connect nonprofits to respectable community resources to positively impact effectiveness and efficiencies. Reset organizations to meet present challenges. Works with grassroots, medium-sized nonprofits.
The advice and help from these trusted professionals can assist you with difficult and time-consuming projects. Still have questions? Reach out to us at www.budgetease.biz and we can connect you with the right Advisor(s) for your needs.