There is no one size fits all in fundraising. Sheikh/Impact provides a comprehensive range of fund development services, designed to help nonprofits find the right blend of funding sources, maximize available resources and ensure future sustainability.
Because we have yet to find a client whose staff isn’t wearing multiple hats already, we’re also here to help you do the work.
Providing expertise along a spectrum — from strategy to implementation to assessment — we help clients identify challenges and opportunities, establish clear and measurable goals and carry out the work needed to achieve success.
“This team is truly dedicated to helping our hospital achieve its mission and has become an extension of our internal team. I’m so reliant on Kelly Fitzgerald’s support — she is detail-oriented, deadline-focused and a valuable thought partner. Her planning, interviewing and writing skills have helped make countless hospital initiatives successful.”
– Stephanie Cianci, Content Marketing Manager, Huntington Hospital
Through feasibility studies, fund development auditing and planning, we help clients develop robust development strategies — based on best practices in the field and focused on resource diversity and sustainability.
From research, crafting the case for support and grant writing, to outreach, tracking and dashboarding, we assist clients in all aspects of the institutional fundraising process. Our Institutional Relationship Management™ Engine is an important tool in managing institutional relations.
Leveraging our significant expertise — and utilizing our Individual Donor Engagement Engine™ — we provide hands-on assistance for clients in many aspects of individual/major gifts fundraising. Areas of specialty include donor prospecting, proposal preparation, tracking, dashboarding and stewardship.
Our team brings extensive experience to all elements of capital and other special campaigns, including but not limited to planning, feasibility study, pre-campaign, prospect identification, campaign outreach, donor recognition, campaign communications and wrap-up activities, as well as campaign exit strategy.