Campaigns

A strong campaign is more than slick advertising, automated emails, and polished asks. It tells a compelling story to the right people, inspiring them to sign up, donate, smile, and act. It brings the right audiences in and reinforces your nonprofit’s brand during the journey, so they feel more connected to your work.

A strong campaign works triple duty—carrying your nonprofit’s voice out into the world, welcoming people to connect with your organization, and motivating them to act. Big Duck develops fundraising, recruitment, awareness, and capital campaigns grounded in research, strategy, best practices, and creative expertise.

Big Duck has been critical to the growth and success of our individual donor fundraising. They’ve worked collaboratively with our staff and partners, helped explain why our work matters, made our lives easier, and created campaigns that raise more money year-over-year.

— Jeffrey Aron, Director of External Affairs, Fountain House

Fundraising, Recruitment, and Awareness Campaigns

Big Duck develops brand-aligned campaigns that spark action and help you grow. Our work begins with planning and concept development to ensure it’s strategically sound and creatively strong. Depending on the campaign’s scale and your in-house capacity, we can also assist with implementation, coordinate other partners, or coach you as you bring it all to life.

Capital Campaigns

Inspire major donors to step up and invest in your organization’s long-term success. We’ll develop creative concepts, case statements, and other materials (print and digital) that place your donors at the heart of your narrative—motivating them to make your organization a top priority in their giving.

Big Duck has worked on capital campaigns with financial goals ranging from 15 million to over a billion dollars. We regularly collaborate with fundraising advisors and capital campaign specialist firms to leverage their expertise and make sure all communications are pitch-perfect.

Are you ready to turn observers into advocates, activists, and supporters? Let’s get started.