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Schultz & Williams provides strategic and innovative solutions to the nonprofit sector. Through our integrated development, management and marketing approach, we help our clients build strength – and achieve long-term success.
Twenty years ago, our firm began with a distinct vision.
What if we helped nonprofit organizations achieve success by offering not just one service but a continuum of integrated services, from management to development to marketing?
After all, success in the nonprofit world depends on bringing it all together—practicing sound program and financial management, building awareness through effective marketing and communications, and raising funds through a combination of strategies designed to acquire new donors and take current donors to higher levels.
Over the past 20 years, we’ve had the opportunity to put our philosophy to that test, and I’m happy to report that our distinct approach has helped countless organizations realize their visions.
It’s been our privilege to work with many different nonprofit organizations, of all kinds and sizes, from communities all across the nation. Our clients range from large research universities and hospitals to private schools to community-based organizations. We’ve helped these organizations with capital campaigns, strategic plans, direct-mail campaigns, marketing studies and so many other projects. Perhaps most important of all, we take pride in having helped our clients secure the resources they need to make their organizations more successful.
To those of you who’ve been part of our first 20 years, thank you. And to those of you who may be visiting our site for the first time, please take a moment to get better acquainted. We look forward to working with you to help you realize your vision.
Delaware County Community College STEM Complex
Schultz & Williams (S&W) began serving Delaware County Community College in spring 2006 as campaign consultants for the school’s $60 million STEM Complex, which opened in 2010. (more)