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How to select a Fundraising Counsel

Identifying Prospective Consultants

Once the board and/or staff leadership has affirmed the desire to investigate fundraising consultants or consulting firms, you can identify a pool of candidates via several avenues.

Request for Proposals

Allow the firms the flexibility to present their information in the way they feel best represents their services, but be as specific as you can about the scope of work and request that proposals clearly state the costs, fees, services, a preliminary schedule and the proposed consulting staff you would work with.

Face-to-Face Meeting

Most firms will provide basic information on their website about services offered and clients served. Use the web for your preliminary research. From your research, narrow the field to three or four candidates who you feel suit your needs and arrange a phone call with each.

Preliminary Screening

Most firms will provide basic information on their website about services offered and clients served. Use the web for your preliminary research. From your research, narrow the field to three or four candidates who you feel suit your needs and arrange a phone call with each.

Check References

Once the board and/or staff leadership has affirmed the desire to investigate fundraising consultants or consulting firms, you can identify a pool of candidates via several avenues.

Request for Proposals

Allow the firms the flexibility to present their information in the way they feel best represents their services, but be as specific as you can about the scope of work and request that proposals clearly state the costs, fees, services, a preliminary schedule and the proposed consulting staff you would work with.

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