Take a look at what services our Summa Caussa team can provide to assist in your non-profit’s successes.
This solution creates an audience of “Super Advocates” that increases passive revenue & broad-based visibility for the non-profit via a mobilized audience.
Here at Summa Caussa, we provide grant writing & research services, as well as advice on processes that optimize the likelihood of obtaining the funding sought.
Professional Staff Recruitment
Our team has years of recruitment experience & works on a guaranteed basis that the recruited individual will be successful in his or her placement.
Best Practices in Management Operations & Procedures
Our highly knowledgable team will assist you in prioritizing the adoption of those best practices & then, if requested, in the implementation of said practices.
A Strategic Plan would help determine the direction & scope of the non-profit’s future direction, the budget, the staffing, & the timeline to achieve those goals & aspirations.
Campaign Counsel – Periodic (annual & capital)
Once determining a campaign needs modifications or a capital campaign is required, we can provide counsel to assist in conducting &/or expanding successful annual or capital campaigns.
Feasibility studies are recommended prior to undertaking a capital campaign. These studies assess the non-profit’s ability & capacity to conduct a campaign.
We assist in building & strengthening Boards of Directors/ Advisors, often recommending candidates & helping our clients derive the most from these boards.
Development Program Audits
Our team of non-profit managers know what kind of procedures should be in place to ensure appropriate donor accounting, record keeping, & donation acknowledgements.
Technology Advice – Implementation
We’ve managed many non-profits, developed software applications, & purchased products based on the non-profit’s requirements to communicate effectively with donors.
What is a Super Advocate?
Someone who does not have to be asked to support a Cause…
Because they’re already passionate about it!
They merely have to be enabled to do that…
in a manner that works, for them!
What is a Silent Army?
A Silent Army is a group of 300 – 400 individuals who are passionate about a cause, but are unable to be active Advocates due to one or all of the following reasons:
not enough time to dedicate to volunteering
have to work 2 – 3 jobs to support family
unable to afford gas needed to get to volunteer location
do not own a car
But they can still be Super Advocates of the Cause!
Want to convert your inactive Advocates
into sustainable funding?
Develop Your Own
How It Works
1. Create a Content Calendar
2. Develop Tasks & Volunteer Events
3. Build Your Reward Offers
4. Communication With Your Community