As trusted advisors to social and human service nonprofits, CCS Fundraising helps our partners develop and implement successful fundraising programs that inspire transformational giving, build long-term capacity, and ultimately, serve people in the community.
We work with a wide range of social and human service organizations from local community centers to global federated nonprofit networks. Our consultants stay ahead of the trends, dynamics, and debates impacting the current philanthropic landscape, and draw from experience and fundraising best practices to address the unique needs of each organization we work with and the communities they serve. Our immersive and tailored approach to fundraising meets each client where they are in their fundraising journey and our partners rely on us for advice and guidance – even beyond fundraising strategy.
There were many reasons that a partnership with CCS made sense for Community Servings. As a small shop with many years of fundraising experience, but little campaign experience, we needed their guidance, expertise and resources to help us chart our course. Their thorough examination of our board, staff and donor database was invaluable, and their planning study was literally our blueprint for the campaign – start to finish. Working with our dedicated CCS consultants was a wonderful bonus. They clearly cared about our mission, believed in the vision of the campaign, knew first-hand the urgent need, and were personally committed to our success.Tim Leahy, Chief Development Officer, Community Servings
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Resources for Human Service Nonprofit Leaders
Amplifying Your Client’s Voice: How Human Services Organizations Are Deploying Fundraising Windfalls
Increases in philanthropic support to human services nonprofits provide a historic opportunity for organizations to explore bold and visionary investments. In this article, learn how some human services organizations are exploring catalyst investments, centering beneficiaries, and deepening enthusiasm among their supporters.
Nonprofit institutions across the country received an influx of donors in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. How might these organizations encourage donors to offer long-term mission support after making short-term crisis donations?
This infographic contains the most recent data on American charitable giving to the Human Services sector.