Contributing to the greater wellbeing of our society should be an imperative for all. Our work allows us to empower our client partners – who dedicate their every day to doing just that – to harness the power of philanthropy, amplify their impact, and move the needle on some of the most important causes of…

Annie Reynolds is an Executive Vice President with the Central United States team at CCS Fundraising. Based in Chicago, Annie works closely with the firm’s leadership to partner with organizations to help them achieve their extraordinary missions by providing strategic and operational support. She has worked across all sectors with clients pursuing fundraising targets ranging from $1M-$500M.

Annie has led dozens of campaign planning, development assessment, case development, custom learning, and campaign management efforts during her tenure at CCS, including managing the launch and implementation of over 100 feasibility and planning studies.

She specializes in development audit and assessment work, structure and systems reviews, major gift strategy, philanthropic landscaping research, and prospect pipeline development, as well as developing and designing cases for support, gift proposals, impact reports, and other fundraising collateral and communications. She has deep experience in building and implementing actionable recommendations for enhancing development efforts and growing fundraising dollars.

Originally from Indianapolis, Annie now lives in Chicago with her husband David and daughter Emilia.

select client partners

  • Adler Planetarium
  • Archdiocese of Milwaukee
  • Be The Match
  • Cathedral High School
  • Communities In Schools of Chicago
  • Greater Cleveland Food Bank
  • Gulfstream Goodwill Industries
  • Hawken School
  • Nashville Symphony Orchestra
  • Start Early


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