CCS Fundraising (CCS) is the leading and most widely recommended fundraising consulting and management firm in the field. For seven decades, CCS has partnered with nonprofits to deliver meaningful and measurable change, advancing many of the most important causes in history.
Greg Hagin, Partner and Managing Director
CCS provides tailored support to over 500 nonprofit organizations every year. With over 300 fundraising professionals and 14 offices throughout the United States and Europe, we have the capacity and the expertise to help both local and international organizations achieve outstanding results.
This year, CCS is excited to strengthen our commitment to the Philadelphia nonprofit community with the opening of a flagship office in Center City.
Members of the CCS team are experts in fundraising, strategy, planning, major gifts, capital and endowment campaigns, resource development initiatives, research, and data analytics. Our experience spans all sectors, disciplines, and regions. This big-picture perspective helps us to uncover breakthrough insights and offer real-time solutions unique to each organization. While the results of our work are immediate, the impact of the strategies, tools, and tactics we develop with our clients is enduring.
CCS helps organizations plan, implement, and manage fundraising initiatives that raise funds today and strengthen organizations for a sustainable future. Our services include strategic advising, feasibility and planning studies, campaign management, interim development management, custom learning, leadership coaching, donor strategy and research, organizational bench-marking, predictive modeling and data analytics.
“We turn insights into actions, challenges into opportunities, and fundraising goals into mission impact.”- Greg Hagin, Partner and Managing Director - CCS Fundraising Greater Philadelphia
Predictive Modeling and Data Analytics
To propel fundraising in an ever-changing philanthropic marketplace, CCS is utilizing new technologies and predictive modeling to help our partners locate and appropriately engage the best donors, motivate fundraising staff performance, and improve existing donor relationships. Our dedicated Research and Analytics team works side-by-side with CCS clients to design focused portfolios of the strongest candidates for activation and engagement complemented by data-assisted performance assessments that can help organizations track progress, set goals, build accountability and foster professional growth opportunities.
Today, CCS clients are using data to drive donor cultivation strategies and employing statistical models to accurately forecast goal-setting and anticipate greater fundraising potential. In partnership with CCS, an emerging number of clients are leveraging data to design strategies for principal giving and big bet philanthropy aimed toward addressing society’s most pervasive challenges and compelling solutions.
With our robust analytics and research capabilities, we leverage data to support better campaign action plans, helping our partners to identify untapped opportunities and new donors.
CCS regularly convenes nonprofit leaders in Philadelphia and around the world to network, share experiences, and discuss effective strategies for growing fundraising income and navigating the philanthropic climate. In the last year, we presented our trade insights at over 60 events, published 29 original articles, and developed a Philanthropic Landscape report that highlights trends, insights, and key industry data from major markets across the nation.
IMPACT IN PHILADELPHIA
CCS continues to push the possibilities of philanthropy in partnership with our clients. We are proud of current and recent clients who are transforming lives and communities across the Philadelphia region, including: The Barnes Foundation, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, The Franklin Institute, The Free Library of Philadelphia, Habitat for Humanity of Philadelphia, Kennedy Health, Make-a-Wish Philadelphia, Delaware and Susquehanna Valley, Lehigh Valley Health Network, The Mann Center, The National Constitution Center, The Philadelphia Freedom Valley YMCA, Project HOME, The Salvation Army Greater Philadelphia, Temple University, and United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey.