University of Iowa Foundation

University of Iowa Foundation

After its successful $1.05 billion campaign, the University of Iowa Foundation announces 'For Iowa. Forever More.'

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Education
Fundraising Campaigns

Duke Cancer Institute

Duke Cancer Institute

A strategic program review and planning project positions Duke Cancer for campaign success.

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Healthcare
Development Program Review

Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute

The Clark Art Institute

The Clark builds a substantial Advancement program while securing extraordinary philanthropy for campus expansion.

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Arts & Culture
Fundraising Campaigns

United Way Foundation of Metropolitan Dallas

United Way of Metro Dallas

A strategic planning study for an endowment campaign enables UWFMD to grow annual revenue and diversify revenue streams.

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Voluntary sector
Campaign Planning Studies

Montclair Kimberley Academy

Montclair Kimberley Academy

Counsel on best practices in alumni relations and fundraising built a new culture of engagement and philanthropy among MKA alumni.

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Alumni Relations
Major Gifts

University of Florida

University of Florida

A communications audit using key data positioned the University of Florida to develop a world-class advancement communications program.

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Strategic Communications
Volunteer and Staff Development

Christ School

Christ School

Flexibility and independent schools expertise allowed GG+A to help Christ School organize and execute a $20 million campaign.

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Independent Schools
Strategic Planning

GG+A is one of the leading international consultancies providing philanthropic services and counsel to a range of nonprofit organizations across the global voluntary sector. Our primary mission is to assist our clients in the improvement and acceleration of their fundraising programs, to align those programs with their core mission, and ensure their sustainability.

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From the GG+A Blog

Why Investments in Supplemental Data Appends are Investments in the Sustainable Success of Your Development Program

Supplemental data not only help ensure that you keep in touch with your prospects and donors, but also provide valuable insights, and indicators of philanthropic inclination and potential that can be used along with your own internal constituent data to gauge affinity, identify upgrade opportunities, and develop your own in-house segmentation strategies. See the entire blog post

GG+A Client News

University of Leeds reaches £60 million goal in Making a World of Difference campaign

The University of Leeds announces that it has reached its £60 million goal in the Making a World of Difference campaign. 

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PHILANTHROPY NEWS & ANALYSIS

Market Impact on Philanthropic Potential

GG+A Analytics recently explored the impact of financial markets on charitable giving, using our own research and from leading researchers from the University of Chicago and Stanford. 

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