Strategic Planning & Organizational Development
Build a culture of philanthropy
Inspire your colleagues to get on the same page and work with common purpose
One of the biggest problems hindering robust mid, major and planned gift donor fundraising is that organization systems and functions either do not exist or are not operating properly.
What does a healthy organizational culture look like?
Your mission includes donors
Everyone embraces fundraising as essential
Board members are biggest cheerleaders
Mutual respect between “program” and “development”
Donors trust the organization
Everyone knows the organization’s “story”
Your sense of mission and passion are palpable
Common organizational causes for poor major gift results…
Veritus can help you restructure for success!
Lack of program or finance support for fundraising
Fundraisers left on their own to create offers
Development function improperly organized
No integrated strategic plan
Leaders and managers in need of coaching
Internal departments working against fundraising
Unreasonable major gift expectations from leadership
Does any of this sound familiar to you?
Watch our “Building a Culture of Philanthropy” Video
If appropriate, Veritus can propose a full assessment and planning process to help your development program get back on track. The result will be a complete, actionable plan with recommendations for effective changes to your organizational practice.
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