CCS Fundraising has a robust history of partnering with institutions dedicated to the health and wellbeing of the communities they serve. We bring expertise in fundraising operations, major gift and donor cultivation strategies, and change management to maximize the ROI on fundraising investments.
Our partnerships include the full spectrum of healthcare organizations:
- Hospital systems
- Academic medical institutions
- Community and regional hospitals
- Children’s hospitals
- Community-based clinics
- Other health nonprofits
With long-standing relationships in this space, we understand the unique needs of independent healthcare organizations, matrixed healthcare systems, and everything in between.
CCS was extremely professional, working seamlessly as an extension of our staff, to provide guidance and gather insights to help inform our campaign goals and objectives. Together, in a collaborative partnership, we were able to exceed campaign expectations leading to the largest one-time gift ever made to a children’s hospital for pediatric research. I would highly recommend CCS when considering a fundraising partner to assist with developing strategies to meet your transformational goals.Jenea Oliver, PhD, Senior Vice President and Chief Development Officer, Children’s Mercy
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