I Timothy 6:18-19 (NIV) Command them to do good, to be rich in good deeds, and to be generous and willing to share. In this way they will lay up treasure for themselves as a firm foundation for the coming age, so that they may take hold of the life that is truly life.
Retain your current donors by helping them stay committed to the ministry.
Grow current donors to the next level of deepening their commitment.
Introduce new supporters, as well as your friends and family to partner with your ministry.
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After each contract, we could say that we were in a better position than ever before, with more understanding, more contacts, better tools, and supporters more fired up. The Timothy Group's way of working is deeply relational, systematic, and comprehensive. We now have a far wider range of major donors, monthly donors, and advocates, and amazing opportunities close at hand. When a second history of our organization is written, The Timothy Group should feature prominently in the current chapter.
I’m delighted to recommend the services of Pat McLaughlin and The Timothy Group. Pat’s insights, training, and consulting added significant value to the growth of our ministry–and the effectiveness of our development team. During our engagement with TTG, our revenue increased over $1.5 million with a foundation laid for significantly higher growth in the future.