Explore our case studies to gain insight into the challenges we helped our partners address, the solutions we developed and implemented, and the impact of our work.

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Diocese of Austin

Central U.S.

CCS has been privileged to partner with the Diocese of Austin on two extraordinary fundraising initiatives, most recently the Encountering Christ campaign, which concluded successfully in 2020.

Navy Pier

Central U.S.

CCS partnered with Navy Pier to further their impact through a critical bridge campaign and develop a plan to expand and diversify Navy Pier’s philanthropic funding sources.

Thomas College

Northeast U.S.

Thomas College, in partnership with CCS, raised $30 million for scholarships, athletic facilities, key academic initiatives, and student success programs.

Arkansas Children’s Foundation

Central U.S.

CCS worked with Arkansas Children’s Foundation to plan and manage a transformational capital campaign to expand the system’s ability to serve children in Northwest Arkansas and open the region’s first and only comprehensive pediatric healthcare center.

University of New South Wales

International

University of New South Wales (UNSW) partnered with CCS on a capital campaign, providing support in planning, launching and communicating their campaign. In addition to great success to date, this partnership has positioned UNSW to strategically engage donors.

Christ and St. Luke’s Episcopal Church

Mid-Atlantic and Southeast U.S.

Christ and St. Luke’s Episcopal Church partnered with CCS on a feasibility study and historic capital campaign. In addition to going over goal, this partnership has transformed how the parish approaches fundraising.

Union for International Cancer Control

Europe, Middle East, Africa

CCS supported UICC in Geneva in its first ever fundraising campaign to better advocate for the cancer community, and to support high-impact projects.

Queen’s University Belfast

Europe, Middle East, Africa

Queen’s University Belfast was making plans for a new Integrated Student Centre, a significant undertaking. CCS was brought on to conduct a feasibility study, and was able to provide Queen’s with far-ranging, effective strategies for running its next major campaign.

Medical College of Wisconsin and Froedtert Hospital

Central U.S.

CCS partnered with the Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) and Froedtert Hospital to plan and manage their first joint comprehensive campaign, ultimately raising more than $300 million.

National Museum of African American History and Culture

Mid-Atlantic and Southeast U.S.

CCS partnered with NMAAHC and its leadership on a landmark campaign, which exceeded its goal by raising more than $320 million in private philanthropic support for its historic opening in Washington, DC.

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