Remember Niger came to Elevate with total annual revenues of just under $345,000 and around $11,000 in foundation funding. As a nimble organization employing just one full time and one part time staff member, the Remember Niger team had limited internal capacity to research new funding streams and pursue grants.
With a large and decentralized fundraising department, JFCS was not maximizing its results – or winning as much money as it could. Elevate helped JFCS by building strong grant systems, streamlining processes, submitting many proposals and winning new funding.
After 20 years of successful programming funded primarily by arts donors, Elevate brought a fresh perspective to The Theatre Lab’s grant program. As a result, it was able to attract funders and win grants in education, youth development, and even public safety.
In the fall of 2014, both the long-time Director of Development and Grant Writer of Children’s Law Center (CLC) left the organization, resulting in key gaps on its team during a critical time of year. Elevate stepped in to provide immediate support, and has helped CLC develop sustainable systems and win national funding.
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