The principals of The Winslow Group established the firm in 1983 following years of dedicated service as an employee of and consultant to nonprofit organizations. We each have more than 40 years of experience providing fundraising and management counsel as well as associated research and computer assistance.
We have formed strategic alliances with experts in areas whose specialties enhance our own, including organizational planning consultants, marketing and public relations specialists, architects, graphic designers, and video producers. The benefit of this team approach is that your organization has access to the professional guidance it may need in areas that complement the fundraising process.
We draw on the knowledge and experience of these professionals as needed rather than maintaining our own full-time staff of specialists. As a result, our fees are lower than a larger consulting firm might charge.
By providing the services of known and trusted experts with whom we have successfully worked on other projects, we can ensure timely and efficient project execution at a reasonable cost to your organization.
Founder and President
A graduate of the North Carolina School of the Arts, David Winslow began his fundraising career in 1978 as head of the School’s International Music Program Orchestra, working primarily in Italy and Germany. He later managed the School’s fundraising efforts in North Carolina. Past and current Board affiliations include the national League of Historic American Theatres, SciWorks, the Winston-Salem Symphony, the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Coalition on Drug and Alcohol Problems, the North Carolina Governor's School Foundation, and the Semans Art Fund of the North Carolina School of the Arts.
C. C. Winslow
C. C. Winslow has worked with arts and other nonprofit organizations since 1977. She has a wide range of experience in fundraising‑related activities including research of potential donors, grantwriting, database management, development and maintenance of research libraries, and organizational surveys.