Introducing Virtual Fundraising Counsel
We polled fundraisers across the country and found out your #1 hurdle is the lack of a comprehensive fundraising plan.
We’re here to help. We have the tools and coaching support you need to develop and implement a successful Fund Development Plan, all in one easy package.
Set realistic goals.
Raise money efficiently.
Generate more consistent revenue streams.
Learn more about the Fund Development Planning Tool Primer, the full suite of resource templates and your choice of coaching support (3, 6 or 8 hours) to help you through the process. Designed for small and medium non-profits without a plan or those who need a more comprehensive plan. Let’s get started today!
Looking for some quick advice?
Register for one free 30-minute consulting session (per organization) with any of our Senior Consultants through Virtually GLOBAL™.
Sometimes you just need 30 minutes to pick the brain of someone more experienced, and that’s why we’re here. This is a no obligation offer to help you build capacity for success.
It doesn’t matter where you are or the size of your organization. If you need quick and easy access to fundraising advice, we’ve got you covered.
Through Virtually GLOBAL™, Global Philanthropic Canada has opened up free expert, personalized fundraising counsel to your desktop. Our Consultants average 25 years of on-the-ground fundraising experience, in healthcare and higher education and social services and the arts, building best-practice expertise along the way.
How does Virtually GLOBAL™ work?
Simple! Browse the available Consultants, their skill sets and areas of expertise. Check out the sectors they’ve worked in and the clients they’ve served. Take a look at their video to get a sense of their personal style.
Register for a free 30-minute consultation. Your trusted strategic adviser is easily accessible by phone or video chat. If this conversation leads to more opportunity to work together, great. But there is no obligation for you to continue beyond the first conversation.
Let’s think, build and lead to get through this crisis together.
*Limit of one free 30-minute, no obligation consultation per organization.
Uncertain about hiring a consultant?
After 31 years as a fundraiser, Hilborn Charity eNews Editor Ann Rosenfield is engaging consultants more than ever. “A huge advantage to talking with a consultant is that they are in touch with sector leaders across the country,” says Ann. “So they are right on the cutting edge of trends as well as able to share emerging practices.” Read more in her Pro tip: You need a consultant, maybe two.
One of Canada’s Top 100 Recovery Projects by Future of Good.
Here’s what clients are saying:
“The Planing Tool provided us with the structure and opportunity to refine our planning process to create a living documents which holds us accountable to our fundraising. It’s easy to lose sight of the big picture and be reactive; this tool really helps a small agency avoid the pitfalls of reactivity and stay purposeful, focusing on metrics and ROI.”
Child Advocacy Centre of Kelowna
“Our 30 minute session was a great introduction to the services that Global Philanthropic can offer. It was very helpful for idea generation, and setting our next steps in motion. It also did not feel like a sales pitch whatsoever.”
“Thank you for the opportunity to learn a whole new-to-me fundraising tool within a 30-minute convenient and insightful conversation.”
“Knowledgeable, insightful and relevant!”
“The quality of resources offered by Virtually GLOBAL™ has grown our small organization’s capacity by leaps and bounds. We had a multitude of seemingly unrelated challenges that we needed expert guidance to solve. Consultant Jane Dafoe quickly saw the common thread among these challenges and offered sound, quality and actionable advice, as well as personal assistance.
Because of Virtually GLOBAL™, we have made a professional connection that has not only been extremely beneficial in the short term, but will no doubt have a positive impact on our organization for many years to come.”