Our team members conduct trainings to expand fundraising knowledge, subject matter expertise, and institutional experience for clients based throughout the United States. We use well-tested strategies to improve nonprofits’ ability to seek, manage, and grow their funds.
Nonprofits often must do more with less. Our role as consultants is to reduce the burdens and concerns of fundraising and create a plan of action that works for your organization.
We collaborate closely and purposefully with organizations to achieve the best results. Even on short-term engagements, we use the same step-by-step approach and hardworking ethos to achieve your organization’s specific goals.
“… We've been deeply impressed by their knowledge of the fundraising process and our local philanthropic sector. Most importantly, they get results - their work has gotten CollegeTracks grants from new funders, as well as expanded grants from our current funders. If you are an established organization looking to expand and improve your fundraising, or a new organization looking to grow, I am confident Rachel and her team can provide exactly what you need.”
Chief Development Officer, CollegeTracks
“…Rachel and her colleagues have that special knack for navigating between necessary details and the big picture -- understanding where and when to dig in and where and when to back off. They are excellent stewards, guides, and "cat herders" through the application preparation process… I can't speak highly enough of Rachel and her firm, and I'd recommend them without hesitation or qualification.”
Director of Grants, Association of American Medical Colleges
“RBW Strategy is the most highly skilled grant management firm I have worked with. Their guidance and grant writing assistance was critical to securing a grant from the Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation while navigating the Covid-19 emergency funding opportunities. I highly recommend RBW Strategy for any team looking to advance their growth potential in a strategic way.”
External Relations Director, HASA