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The approach followed at CommunityNexus Consulting, LLC is very much a "collaborative process" through which we work with you toward common goals.

Each member of the CNC Consulting team will be available to provide counsel and assistance for any nonprofit organization requesting guidance, seeking assistance with capital campaign management, volunteer education, strategic planning and planned giving programs.

Any organization that engages our firm for professional assistance will receive personal support and will be invited to adopt a specific goal within the framework of its overall mission and organizational priorities.

The specific financial goal will be the decision of the organization's Board of Directors, in consultation with its development leadership team and the consultants from our firm.

The goal for each organization's campaign should include funding for its own priority program objectives and its perceived needs for facility expansion, special projects and endowment. This would require a comprehensive campaign plan. But we do not impose "our plan" on your organization. We work with you to develop a plan that fits your circumstance and your needs.

CNC Consulting recognizes that each nonprofit organization is differently positioned to mount a campaign. Therefore, we work carefully on a collaborative basis to define the resources available to you and the goals  for your campaign. We believe this exemplifies a flexible approach as we work with you to the fullest extent possible to build a timetable that works for you.

When a nonprofit organization decides to engage us for assistance to mount a special or capital campaign, CNC Consulting will work with your leadership team through a Letter of Agreement that will outline the campaign Scope of Work with the exact tasks that may be required for efficient campaign management.

We welcome the opportunity to meet with you and your campaign leadership team for an initial consultation (at no cost to you and without further obligation). If you have other questions, please feel free to contact us.



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