Nonprofit consultants in the USA – New York – Washington
What we do
Abbey Solutions International helps organizations establish their 501(c)(3) nonprofit status. We also support nonprofits with fundraising. This includes strategic planning, prospect research, interim management and developing key funding markets, including Foundations, Companies and Individual Donors. Working closely with staff, we will also solicit donations on behalf of organizations.
Fundraising USA – Foundations – Companies – High Net Worth Individuals
We have a wealth of experience of HNWI fundraising and raising money from charitable Foundations and companies in the USA. We are particularly well networked in New York, Washington and Dallas.
Establishing 501(c)(3) organizations
We have excellent networks with experienced lawyers and accounts specializing in this sector. We will walk you through the process, helping you with all aspects of the legal framework and IRS rules.
Our services include:
Establishing a US nonprofit
Support in recruiting staff and members of the Board
Supporting you in working with a Law firm
In depth understanding of the tax system in relation to establishing a charity and charitable giving
Fundraising action plan including developing a robust pipeline
Preparing case for support and funding bids
Recruitment of US fundraisers
What you should know (For Organizations outside the US)
Any charity set up in the US is a totally autonomous organization. Using a US charity to simply raise money that will fund projects outside the US via a UK charity does not go down too well with donors unless the work is in collaboration. For example, medical research and overseas aid projects.
Assuming all this has been thought through and you still want to establish an organization in the States here are some interesting statistics.
The health of American Giving
Americans gave $373.25 billion in 2015. This reflects a 4.1% increase from 2014.1
Corporate giving in 2015 increased to $18.46 billion – a 3.9% increase from 2014.1
Foundation giving in 2015 increased to $57.19 billion – a 6.5% increase from 2014.1
There is a direct correlation between the level of giving and the rise of the stock market. All things being equal giving in 2018/19 should be higher.
Info from the National Philanthropic Trust
It’s a lot of money, but keep in mind according to the National Centre for Charitable Statistics (NCCS), there are more than 1.5 million non-profit organizations, so a lot of competition!
For more information on how we can help please contact firstname.lastname@example.org