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We are here to help take the fear and mystery out of fundraising. Clarinda's approach focuses on engaging your board, staff, and volunteers to build a team of people who are getting creative about fundraising. No matter the challenges, Clarinda can get your team organized and working together.
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We can help. Our specialties include interim Development Director services, events, capital campaigns, strategic planning, board leadership development, and communications support in the Portland, Oregon metro area. Clarinda has a track record of creating success for nonprofits in crisis or transition, and building capacity for small organizations that need a boost.
Reinvigorate your fundraising efforts, and do away with the development blues! Clarinda's approach of “fundraising on a mission” has empowered Board members, staff, and volunteers by taking the mystery and fear out of fundraising.
For over 25 years Clarinda has worked with nonprofits, large and small, to implement new fundraising strategies with proven results. She finds great satisfaction in making a dramatic difference for nonprofits who need to build a fundraising program from the ground up. Find out how Fundraising on a Mission can help your organization reach, and exceed, your goals. Together we'll build a team to keep your fundraising going strong.
From multi-million to multi-hundred dollar organizations, Clarinda is known in the Portland metro area for her positivity, energy, and common sense approach to fundraising. Hear feedback from her clients about how she helped them achieve higher level financial goals- from galas, to capital campaigns, and everything in between.
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"The Evergreen Aviation and Space Museum (EASM) went through a reorganization that could have led to a museum closure, but instead the organization emerged as stronger and more connected to the community. Clarinda served as the Interim Development Director and helped lead the efforts at the Museum to rebuild and reshape its legacy."
Nonprofit Association of Oregon