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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NEW! GG+A White Papers
Benchmarking can reveal patterns of best practices in gift administration and opportunities for improvement in gift management practices. Download the white paper
"The New Metrics in Prospect Research"
The prospect researcher's role is moving away from long, elaborate profiles toward a more proactive approach. GG+A offers a set of new performance metrics for today's prospect researcher and guidelines for finding prospects for unique units. Download the white paper
"The New Era of Consent"
New, more stringent guidelines for permission-based marketing and fundraising have serious implications for the telephone, email, and SMS fundraising and marketing practices of UK charities. Download the white paper
Gift officer performance, forecasting, prospect pipeline, travel budget, staffing needs--the portfolio scrub is the most efficient way to get a global picture of your fundraising operation. Download the white paper
Building Major Gifts from a Shallow Prospect Pool
In decades of working with premier fundraising organisations world-wide and historical analysis of millions of actual donor records, Grenzebach Glier and Associates knows that major donors don't appear from thin air. They emerge from a combination of inclination to be involved with your organisation and the capacity to give. GG+A has worked with 300 million donor records and organisations ... See the entire blog post
Michael Bloomberg gives $300 million to Hopkins for U.S. health initiative
Businessman and former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg has given the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health $300 million to focus on five challenges the school's experts say are contributing to a decline in Americans' life expectancy.
Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan will invest $3 billion into curing all diseases by the end of this century
Business Insider reported on Sept. 21, 2016 that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and wife Priscilla Chan aim to cure all diseases within the lifetime of their 10-month-old daughter, Max through investing $3 billion into scientific research.