Nonprofit Management and Fundraising Services

DM Group Consulting

DM Group Consulting serves North Texas with a wide range of nonprofit management and fundraising services. We work with your agency’s leadership to devise the best plan of action, then work with the appropriate staff and board members to meet the goals and objectives of your plan. Our goal is to meet your goal, to resolve your challenges, and to help you better serve those who depend on your services.

Management Services

“If you don’t know where you’re going, you’ll end up someplace else.” – Yogi Berra, NY Yankees catcher

  • Strategic Planning
  • Organizational Assessment and Analysis of Capacity
  • Governance
  • Development Training
  • Interim Leadership
  • Coaching

Fundraising Services

“It’s more rewarding to watch money change the world than to watch it accumulate.” -Gloria Steinem

  • Development Plan
  • Create / Build Your Development Department
  • Grant Readiness Assessment, Proposal Review and Recommendations
  • Event Planning
  • Relationship Management
  • Door Retention
  • Annual Fund Planning
  • Coaching

Workshops

DM Group Consulting offers presentations for your program meetings or workshops and seminars for your professional development.

“Don’t be intimidated by what you don’t know.” – Sara Blakely, Founder of Spanx

The Art of Fundraising

The Art of Fundraising presents the Who, What, Where, When, and Why of fundraising. The Art is created when each of these questions are answered.
As you will learn, fundraising is more than asking for money. It’s also the identification, research, and cultivation of the donor before you ask them for support and then it’s the stewardship afterwards. All of this encompasses The Art of Fundraising.

Ethics in Fundraising

Ethics in Fundraising delves into the AFP Code of Ethical Standards.
As professional fundraisers it is our responsibility to protect, respect, and understand our organization and our donors. This presentation provides an overview of ethics as it relates to fundraising.
Public trust, transparency, conflicts of interest, solicitations, stewardship, confidential information, and compensation are discussed.