Denmont Consulting fosters positive change in communities by creating resource development and funding solutions that lead to results for nonprofit organizations and philanthropists.
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Denmont delivers strategies, solutions, and proven results. Having raised more than $13 million dollars in just the past 4 years.
Denmont delivers strategies, solutions, and proven results. Having raised more than $13 million dollars in just the past 4 years, our strengths include: fundraising event plans to help generate resources and leverage your time for maximum stewardship, suggesting specific program enhancements to build your funding potential, and writing grant proposals that have an average award amount of $150,000. Whether you need assistance creating a year-end appeal; want to recruit qualified board members; or are a foundation, public figure, or corporation in need of an experienced professional to help guide and deepen your community impact, Denmont Consulting can help!
We bring a wealth of knowledge and key contacts to help build relationships that strengthen your fundraising potential. As members of the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP), Denmont executes your fundraising and philanthropic needs properly, adhering to the AFP Code of Ethical Principles and Standards.
The Denmont Consulting team is comprised of trusted nonprofit, philanthropic, and fundraising professionals who create strategies that lead to solutions. Learn more
The Denmont Consulting team is comprised of trusted nonprofit, philanthropic, and fundraising professionals who create strategies that lead to solutions. We have been active members of the Association of Fundraising Professionals since 2006, operating under the organization’s Code of Ethical Principles and Standards. Our work includes supporting nonprofits with fundraising results. We partner with foundations, public figures, and corporations to channel their philanthropic efforts to drive their funding priorities efficiently and effectively. The work includes but is not limited to: training company leaders to serve on nonprofit boards; sessions for foundation grantees to get fundraising support; and helping athletes and celebrities better understand how their resources can make the greatest good in the communities and areas of interest they care about most.