Non-profit organizations face many questions as they consider major capital projects. Recognizing a strategic need is sometimes the easiest step. Expansion projects are often funded through a variety of financial avenues: bond financing, government funds, foundation grants and private fundraising. Many organizations such as hospitals and universities must integrate large construction projects into their campuses without interrupting normal operations. Decisions about fundraising hiring, community relations, lobbying—all can be affected by the timing of a capital project.
Topics: Campaign Feasibility and Planning Studies, campaign principles, capital campaign fundraising, capital campaign planning, Capital Campaigns, donors, fundraising, fundraising campaign, Fundraising Principles, fundraising success