Consultants Resource Bank

Fran Marshall

HJ Marshall Associates
136 Sewalls Falls Road
Concord, NH 03301
Phone: 603-224-7073

HJ Marshall Associates will help you develop and maintain effective relationships by involving key stakeholders, including management, staff, board members, donors and funders. If you are building a development program from the ground up, or if you want to enhance your fundraising efforts in a specific area … special events, annual appeals, major gifts … we can help. Even if you have a seasoned development office that welcomes a fresh approach, we will honor your process, while we bring structure and focus to your planning efforts. Our goal is to help your organization move forward ... independently, with the knowledge that your development department has a sustainable structure to ensure a successful fundraising plan now and for the future.

Specialties: Board Governance/Development, Executive - Interim Directorship, Executive - Succession/Transition Planning, Fundraising/Fund Development, Fundraising - Events Planning, Fundraising - Major Gifts/Planned Giving, Organizational Planning/Development, Strategic/Business Plan Development, Technology - Programming/Database Development

References

Concord Community Music School
Peggy Senter - President
23 Wall Street
Concord , NH 03301
603-228-1196

Planned and implemented all development programs with particular emphasis on annual giving, multi-year sustainability campaign and stewardship; print production project manager, development reports and analysis, event planning.

New Hampshire Writers' Project
John Herman - Trustee, past Board Chair
2500 North River Road
Manchester , NH 03106
info@nhwritersproject.org

In collaboration with Board leadership, identified strategies and created process for Trustees to increase revenues through event planning and successful cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of individual donors and corporate sponsors.

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