Nonprofit Campaign Management

POWER 10 provides capital campaign management for public libraries, hospitals,  museums, theaters, public parks, Boy Scout Councils and other community non-profit organizations.

Projects We Fund

Our campaigns commonly fund:

  • New / Renovated / Expanded Buildings
  • New Furnishings and Equipment
  • Land Purchase
  • New Programs:
    • New staff
    • Contracts with other agencies or consultants
    • Marketing strategies
    • Travel
    • “Opportunity” funds / cash reserve
Campaign Process

Prior to each campaign, we routinely conduct a “Feasibility Study” to assess support for our respective client’s plan / program and develop a preliminary campaign strategy.

If the Study leads to a positive outcome, pending a board “go forward” decision, we then initiate campaign startup. We employ our proven Campaign Process that we customize to meet the particular needs and circumstances of each client. Highlights include:

  • Startup / establish meeting, reporting and other protocols
  • Accounting and legal – pledge handling policies and state registrations
  • Develop “Case for Support” and comprehensive “Ask package”
  • Develop / refine / prioritize prospect list
  • Implement campaign communications plan
  • Recruit campaign operations committee (high level volunteer leaders)
  • Makes Asks of top 30 prospects in top-down and inside-out sequence
    • POWER 10 professionals “Make the Ask!”
  • Campaign Public Kickoff
  • Make Asks of next 100 prospects
  • Victory Celebration!
Campaign Service Models

Resident Counsel (full-time service). We find that most clients prefer this service option. We dedicate a POWER 10 professional Development Director to your campaign alone. We provide the supporting services of the entire POWER 10 team / operation, but the selected campaign director is exclusively devoted to driving your campaign’s day-to-day operations and outcome. Accordingly, we make every in-person Ask (100-150 total), we prepare the Agenda for every meeting, we coordinate with staff and volunteer leaders to drive the timeline, etc.

Part-time Counsel. This option may be appropriate for clients that need to do campaign front-end “friend raising” / leadership cultivation or which have other circumstances that require less comprehensive service from POWER 10 professional staff. In such circumstances, we routinely provide a professional Development Director to manage the comprehensive campaign and spend approximately 2 weeks per month on-site. The Director will focus on those activities that most require an experienced and highly professional approach – development of the Case for Support “Ask package,” solicitation of the Top 25 prospects, volunteer leader recruitment, and related. This service option places more responsibility on staff and volunteer leaders to persistently drive campaign progress.



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