CCS Fundraising is a strategic partner to nonprofit organizations dedicated to reclaiming, conserving, and protecting the natural world around us.
Our consultants have helped raise funds for organizations of all sizes focused on environmental advocacy and climate policy, conservation of public and private lands and parks, and institutions that protect wild and domesticated wildlife through zoos, sanctuaries, and humane societies.
We understand the unique histories, trends, and tensions, and factors affecting nonprofits in this sector and work shoulder-to-shoulder with our client partners to help them navigate an ever-changing philanthropic landscape with increasingly complex connections to hyper-local and social justice issues.
Together with our partners, we develop and implement fundraising initiatives that combine tried-and-true best practices with new and evolving fundraising strategies to increase awareness, ensure the right stakeholders are at the table, reach larger and more diverse audiences, and raise more funds.
“The Catalina Island Conservancy selected CCS Fundraising for our project because of their extensive expertise in campaign development and management. It was the Conservancy’s first ever capital campaign and their guidance was instrumental in the campaign’s success. The onsite operational leadership they offered helped ensure implementation of a robust campaign plan and the ability to quickly adapt strategies, activities and goals as needed.”Tony Budrovich, CEO, Catalina Island Conservancy
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