Clients

We have served more than 1,500 nonprofit organizations since 1965 with campaign goals ranging from $125,000 to $125 million. Our clients represent the entire spectrum of nonprofit organizations from across the country, and we value the experience gained in assisting such a diverse base of institutions.

Historically, support to educational institutions has ranked second only to giving to religious charities.  Philanthropy has had a significant impact on the development of private higher education.  In 1876, Johns Hopkins University opened in Baltimore, the beneficiary of the millions its namesake had made from his Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.  The University of Chicago may have been the first ...
About one-third of our nation’s 501(c)(3) public-charities that report to the IRS are focused on human service.  These agencies respond to a vast array of missions, and provide a remarkable network of valuable programs and services.  Some programs are innovative and others are entrepreneurial, such as the job training and placement of Goodwill Industries’ clients.  Other agencies fulfill a ...
Nonprofit health care institutions have had a great impact on American society.  Organized health care for the poor was primarily a nonprofit, mostly religious, phenomenon throughout most of the country’s history until the 1920′s and 1930′s. Today, as enormous change sweeps through the health care industry, the quantity and perhaps the quality of nonprofit health care organizations make ...
Arts, Cultural and Humanities institutions, including the visual and performing arts, and historical societies represent nearly 11 percent of public charities that report to the IRS. The United States is blessed with a remarkably rich and varied cultural fabric. From small theater companies reinterpreting the classic American dramas to nationally acclaimed museums of art and symphony orchestras co...
Public and societal benefit organizations such as private and community foundations, civil rights organizations, civic, social, and fraternal organizations  work in the areas of civil rights and civil liberties, community improvement, philanthropy and volunteerism.  Increasingly professional associations are forming supporting organizations and foundations to enlist support for the charitable ac...
Over the past few decades the need for a new industry category has arrived to include organizations focused on Animals and the Environment.  Environmental organizations are dedicated to reclaiming and preserving natural resources and to beautifying the world around us.  They range from recycling programs to wetlands management to garden clubs, and are supported by a growing and diverse constitue...