Find your focus | Have a greater impact doing fewer things | Raise more money
Stop chasing the wrong fundraising strategies.
Small nonprofits need to fundraise to meet their missions, but often they don’t know how to meaningfully invest. Too often we see:
Doing high cost and low return fundraising activities that take more time than they're worth.
Lots of fundraising ideas but no path to implement them, so the ideas just build up.
Constant struggle with fundraising leading to high stress and sleepless nights.
Know where you're going and exactly how to get there.
Sometimes the biggest challenge with fundraising is not knowing where or how to focus, or what activities need to be done to move you forward.
Not sure what fundraising strategy will work for you? The answer is… it depends! Fundraising strategy is based on knowing where you are today, where you want to go, and the assets you can leverage to get you there.
When we build your fundraising strategy for you, we don’t just leave you with the high-level strategy, we give you work plans on how to get there. Imagine knowing exactly what you need to do and when to move you towards your goal.
Book a free consult - If you're ready for a clear fundraising strategy, book a free 30-minute consultation to learn more about our process and how we can help.
We give you the roadmap - Our fundraising plans include high level strategy and also a clear implementation plan to get you raising more money for your important work.
Implement - Just follow the plan! You'll know exactly what steps to take and when, to raise more money for your small nonprofit.
We know small nonprofits.
We understand your reality. We know you are overworked and have limited resources. We will always meet you where you are. Starting at just $9,500, our fundraising plans go beyond the strategy and into the action. It is a comprehensive roadmap that will take you step-by-step through how to raise the money you need to have the impact you want. We are based in downtown Toronto, but work with organizations across Canada.