Rates are by the hour or the contract, depending on the project.
To get started, let’s meet to discuss your organization's needs, and to see if we’re a good fit. Email me at email@example.com to schedule a time.
My promise is that with my help, you will see significant increases in funds raised, easily covering my fees and so much more.
A note about fees…
Consultant and contractor fees may seem higher than what you would pay for an employee, but when you take everything into consideration, you often get more for your money when you hire a consultant.
Consider the following expenses that come with hiring an employee: benefits, retirement plans, paid vacations, sick days, holidays, office space, equipment, transportation costs, unemployment taxes, etc. Also consider what it costs to keep an employee up to date on the latest trends in the field. Memberships, trainings, workshops and conferences can add a lot to your budget. With a consultant, none of this is your responsibility, it is theirs.
With a consultant you are paying for hours actually worked or “billable hours.” Given that fundraising typically happens in seasons, this is a huge benefit. In slow months, you don’t need to worry about creating new work or paying high rates for work of less importance. You get to maximize your dollars.
It all comes down to value. How much is having the right support worth to you?