Professional Fundraising Consulting: Services and Capabilities

The Oblander Group has been providing professional fundraising consulting and services since its founding in 1999.  Our focus is in working with political campaigns and nonprofit organizations which seek to make our country and our planet a more just and equitable society.

We do this by focusing on three primary areas of fundraising need:

  1. Nonpartisan Political Fundraising – These are primarily going to be municipal elections, but in many states, this would also include judicial elections.
  2. Nonprofit Organization Fundraising – As you might expect, this would encompass fundraising for select Nonprofit Organizations in need of funding to provide services to enhance our community and planet.
  3. Progressive Political Campaigns – This is where we started in 1999.  We are committed to working with progressive politicians with who share our values and vision of a just and equitable society.

While every client has differing needs and goals, typically, you can expect a professional fundraising solution which encompasses one or more of the following aspects:

  • Development of a Fundraising Strategy
  • Identification and Targeting of Likely Contributors
  • Event Planning and Execution (Deadlines help drive contributions)
  • Call Time
  • Social Media
  • Direct Mail

Not sure if your campaign or your organization is a good fit for our fundraising capabilities? Please contact us so that we can have a no-obligation discussion about what you are attempting to achieve.  You can reach us by calling us directly at 404-873-3600.

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Political Newcomer, Ben Pogue, Raises Over $45,000 in One Quarter

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Mount Pleasant, SC – Political newcomer Ben Pogue, Democratic nominee for South Carolina Statehouse District 110, filed the results of his first fundraising quarter today and in the process, set several records for the district that includes areas of downtown Charleston…

Are congressional Democrats emailing their way to riches?

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“Every time they hit send, money is going to pour in, there truly is no saturation point on the number of emails you can send — they all raise money,” notes Kristin Oblander, president of Atlanta-based fundraising firm The Oblander…