Maximizing funding to strengthen Islamic Relief USA’s programs
Islamic Relief USA (IRUSA) is an organization that provides relief and development in a dignified manner regardless of gender, race, or religion, and works to empower individuals in their communities. IRUSA’s revenue has doubled over the past five years, driven primarily by individual Muslim donors. As IRUSA looks to continue its growth, its leadership identified […]
Ending police violence and advancing community policing models for a better future
Three Howard University School of Law alumni formed The Initiative and wanted to raise funds to support organizations working to end systemic police violence and implement a collaborative approach to building healthy, scalable, community policing models. The Initiative needed a partner to help them launch a fund that allowed donors to make charitable contributions, as […]
Strengthening fundraising capacity to grow private philanthropy for the world’s hunger specialist
In 2018, Action Against Hunger, the first and only nonprofit exclusively dedicated to ending hunger globally, sought a fundraising partner who offered both customized strategy and implementation to expand its private philanthropy portfolio. The organization needed to develop a strong pipeline of corporate, foundation and individual prospects with the tools required to effectively steward donors.
Increasing fundraising footprint through state registration
ALIMA (The Alliance for International Medical Action) is a medical humanitarian aid organization providing high-quality healthcare to populations in crises. ALIMA needed to obtain a charitable license in Washington, D.C., to be eligible to participate in the World Bank Community Connections Campaign to increase their workplace giving fundraising potential.
Developing a fundraising diversification strategy for programs that expand access to quality health services for women and girls worldwide
Pathfinder International, an international nonprofit focused on ensuring quality health care for women and girls, has worked to increase access to sexual and reproductive health and rights and promote healthy pregnancies around the globe since 1957. Today, they work in 19 countries, and have over 900 employees with 90% working in the communities they serve. […]
Expanding donor potential and providing fiscal sponsorship services so a nonprofit can focus on its mission to save lives
Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS), the first organization dedicated exclusively to professional search and rescue operations for migrant boats in the Mediterranean Sea, wanted to reach more donors by expanding their fundraising reach to the United States. MOAS needed a partner to serve as their fiscal sponsor and strategic advisor on communication and partnership outreach.