In the midst of campaign planning, Hammond School acted on a CapDev recommendation to create a new position, and contracted with CapDev to conduct the search for the Director of Institutional Advancement - now successfully filled.
A long-time CapDev client, Transitions LifeCare, founded as Hospice of Wake County, exemplifies the process of building a "culture of philanthropy," truly engaging in the capacity-building for long-term, sustainable fund development.
Capital Development Services' longtime client, the North Carolina Aquarium Society, received a major honor this week as it was named to this year's "Highest Rated Charity" list for the Zoos and Aquariums category.
CapDev conducted the executive search that brought an exciting new CEO hire to Raleigh for Dorothea Dix Park Conservancy, a major new project set to "inspire the country," according to local media reports.
CapDev's popular campaign planning workshops have been running for over a decade and are the ideal training tool for anyone considering, or in the early stages of, campaign planning. Our 2019-2020 season, "REfresh & REady for Campaign Prep" is dedicated to refreshing nonprofits and leaders to ready for campaign preparations. See below for more details:
2019 UNC System Advancement Symposium, the only system-wide gathering for Advancement professionals, May 15-17, East Carolina University (ECU), Greenville, North Carolina
Allan Burrows & Ed Lewis, Vice Chancellor for Advancement at UNCSA, presenting on the topic of "Refresh Your Capacity Building" about maximizing use of prospect data and advancement staffing for major campaigns.