Constance M Clark Edit Name
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President and Founder, Constance M. Clark is known for her adaptive success in supporting YMCA, social service, arts and historic preservation nonprofit organizations, as well as, educational institutions, public/private partnerships and health organizations with positioning themselves so they successfully move forward with a renewed mission, future vision and greatly strengthened fundraising capacity. MISSION POSSIBLE Nonprofit Solutions, Ltd. was founding in 2006 after 20 years plus experience managing, leading and operating YMCA nonprofits in the Midwest while also raising millions of dollars for capital, annual and endowment campaigns. It became obvious that her PERSONAL MISSION: to help those in our society who are most in need; could be best reached by helping the most worthy and values focused organizations reach their missions. Hence, MISSION POSSIBLE was begun.
This list is a summary of over thirty years of successful grant writing, largely by knowing what the FUNDER is looking for. There are universal truths in getting grants. These twenty criteria, or items, need to be included to move a proposal to the top of the pile for consideration. The list is not a secret or anything... (continued)
A simple overview of facts to help a nonprofit begin to think about development of a planned giving program. It also includes some very basic descriptions of the most common giving vehicles and some donor facts.
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Established in 2005, Mission Possible Nonprofit Solutions, Ltd. provides fundraising counsel for capital, endowment and annual campaigns with renewed focus on organizational mission, leadership support and capacity building to support nonprofits and public service organizations primarily in the Appalachian regions of the Midwest... (continued)