SECTOR

Sustaining Environment

Working closely with organizations focused on conservation, animal welfare, zoos, national parks, and advancements in science.

Forest Park Forever

FPF, in St. Louis, launched the largest fundraising campaign in its history to fund restoration projects and a maintenance endowment. CCS helped FPF evaluate volunteer, staff composition and leadership structure at the outset of the campaign, which raised nearly $117 million.

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Penobscot River Restoration

PRR, in Maine, launched a campaign to fund restoration of the river’s natural ecosystem, and stimulation of community and economic development. CCS assisted in this campaign to revitalize the Penobscot Indian Nation’s most cherished natural resource, and helped raise over $11 million for this nationally recognized project. 

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American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals

ASPCA wanted to maintain its position as the nation’s leading organization for animal rescue, adoption, and welfare. CCS worked with ASPCA to reevaluate and redesign the structure of its fundraising strategy, which helped attract more major donors and increased support for the organization’s annual operations.

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Marine Biological Laboratory

The MBL, in Massachusetts, needed to ensure its future by raising funds for endowment and operating support for its outstanding research and educational programs, and for capital projects. CCS provided full-time on-site counsel for its campaign, which contributed to campus infrastructure renovation and support.

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Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons

ARF was seeking to increase revenue in order to continue its 34-year mission of rescuing and providing care for animals throughout the community. CCS helped ARF surpass its campaign goal of $10 million, which funded an expansion of services, and helped sustain ARF’s programs and adoption center.

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The International Treaty on Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture

The Treaty planned a global initiative addressing adaptation to climate change as well as food security. CCS helped prepare a strategy of steady and progressive growth that built upon core constituents, and is currently supporting the Treaty’s effort to reach the $116 million target.

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