The consultants and firms listed below are individuals and firms that I have worked with or been associated with in my fifteen years in Advancement Services and Systems. Clicking on the link within their listings will allow you to visit their web sites or send any of them an e-mail message to request additional information.
Several of them have referred me to their clients, for which I am very grateful. Serving a client in response to another's referral demands additional care and diligence; one must satisfy both the client and the person who made the referral.
Barnes & Roche, Inc.
Full service development counsel and resource planning. The staff of Barnes & Roche, Inc. help client institutions define their goals, establish creative plans for their institutions, and develop new resources.
Paul Blanshard Associates is a full-service development consulting firm serving small and mid-size non-profit organizations within a 100 mile radius of Philadelphia.
PBA has built a reputation for very personalized services to a broad
spectrum of non-profit organizations, including hospitals, independent schools, churches,
human service and youth organizations, civic and cultural organizations.
Founded in 1976, Campbell & Company is a national philanthropic consulting firm offering a full range of services including strategic counsel in fundraising, nonprofit management, marketing and communications, and executive search.
Contact: Jan Grieff
Jan Grieff Research Associates identifies the best corporate, foundation and individual donors for clients to cultivate and solicit to meet their fundraising goals. We also provide clients with comprehensive in-depth profiles on prospective donors to help insure that the right prospect is solicited by the right person for the right amount of money at the most opportune time.
Johnson, Grossnickle and Associates JGA
Johnson, Grossnickle and Associates provides guidance in philanthropy by serving nonprofit organizations seeking gifts and the foundations that bestow them.
Recent clients (2002) include: The Lilly Foundation, the
Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University, Wabash College and others.
John H. Taylor
614 Swift Avenue
John is now the VP for Research and Data Services at the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE.) Until November 2002, John was the Director, Alumni & Development Records at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina and the "list-owner" for FundSvcs. John frequently consults with non-profit organizations focusing on the areas of systems, policies and procedures, IRS and accounting regulations, and general gift processing issues. I understand that with his employment at CASE, he is no longer able to consult for CASE member organizations.
He's still available to answer questions at CASE at (202)478-5557.
R I Arlington has also teamed with the consulting divisions of the "Big Five", make that "Big Four" (or "Final Four"?), accounting firms on several larger engagements. And people ask me, Charlie, aren't you putting "competitors" like John Taylor or eAdvancement.Org at your web site? Not really. These are folks that I'd be pleased to team with on a project for you.
To contact R I Arlington, you may e-mail: Charlie Hunsaker, President All you have to do is click on my name to send a message or request additional information.
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Last updated December 2002