Nonprofit Capital Campaigns

Achieve Your Vision

Mark Davy & Associates believes that successful nonprofit capital campaigns are mission driven, donor-centered and rely on meaningful relationships. We help with communications and messaging, as well as cultivating donor relationships through volunteering. This ensures a strong future for your organization.
Capital Campaign Groundbreaking

Nonprofit Pre-Campaign      Feasibility Study

A feasibility study is a tool to determine the capacity at which a nonprofit organization can successfully conduct a capital campaign. Mark Davy & Associates' feasibility study positions our clients for success and provides a wealth of valuable information to help guide next steps.
Our feasibility study process is much more than telling you how much your organization can raise; it will enable you to assess objectively where you are, envision where you can go and strategically determine how to get there.
Through vision planning, conversations with donors and staff, and quantitative data analysis, we collaborate with you to develop a roadmap for success. At the end of the study, organizational leadership will be equipped with a plan, which is specifically designed for your nonprofit and community. 
Feasibility Study

Nonprofit Capital Campaign Consulting & Management

Nonprofit capital campaigns are an intense effort on the part of an organization to raise significant dollars in a specified period of time. Usually the money raised is to fund a new building, expansion of an existing building or renovation. However, a nonprofit capital campaign can be a vehicle for any major initiative or program that the organization can not fund through their annual operating budget.
Mark Davy & Associates coaches each nonprofit through the process step-by-step. We provide the following capital campaign services:
  • Consulting
  • Management
  • Communications: Content & Design
  • Administrative 
Capital Campaign Consulting

How do we learn more?

Please contact us for a complimentary phone, video conference or in-person meeting to discuss your nonprofit organization's vision and how we can help you achieve it.