Abbey Solutions’ consultancy fees

Fundraising Consultancy fees

We provide highly competitive fundraising consultancy fees.  We can provide a set project fee or work on a daily basis depending on the assignment. For example, a strategic review or preparing a specific application is normally carried out on the basis of a project fee. An interim management role will be charged at a daily rate. We specialise in Foundations/Trusts, Corporate fundraising, Major Gift fundraising, government bid writing and developing partnerships between charities.

Initial meetings within the London area and Glasgow are free of charge and we always provide a written proposal outlining the proposed work, costs, and what you can expect from us. If the proposal is agreed we will send through a contract for both parties to sign. For clients based outside the M25 area and Glasgow we will charge travel costs to all meetings.

Charity, Social Enterprise and NGO services

We work with a broad range of organisations from small local charities to large international organisations in the UK and overseas. We provide strategic planning, communications, project management, fundraising and training,

Our expertise lies in the following areas:


  • Health including medical research
  • Youth and young people
  • Elderly
  • Sport
  • Arts
  • Women’s projects
  • Disability
  • Armed Services



  • Health wealth and research
  • Education
  • Sport
  • Children’s rights
  • Women’s rights
  • Training
  • Small business development
  • Disability

Some examples of how diverse our clients can be

  • Chi Heng Foundation based in China provides support to children that have been orphaned due to their parents contracting HIV through blood transfusions
  • Kadoorie Foundation
  • ASSIST India provides education and vocational training to children in South India
  • RAFT Medical Research
  • Royal Hospital Chelsea
  • United Response (£80 million UK disability organisation)
  • Tree of Hope Children’s charity
  • Space Unlimited Scotland
  • Quarriers Scotland


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