Capital campaigns are extraordinary undertakings requiring extraordinary effort from those involved. “Those involved” include the fundraising professionals responsible for designing and implementing the campaign, professional staff of the organization, the donors and volunteers. The purpose of this article is to focus on one element in the implementation of the campaign plan that requires the active participation of all those involved: the campaign report meeting. This outline is for report meetings for a large, membership based organization such as a church, a school or an association. In this type of campaign a handful of volunteer solicitors and the top staff people solicit the first 50-100 gifts that provide the bulk of the campaign’s funding, before broadening the organization as described herein.