When it comes to getting corporate sponsorship many not for profit organisations let themselves down because they are unsure about
Organisations that become good corporate sponsorship partners realise that sponsorship is a business deal, not a donation. In our experience organisations successful at attracting corporate sponsorship exhibit two qualities:
Essentially companies want to benefit from the commercial opportunities associated with an event, cause or organisation.
Consequently not for profits need to price their proposal on the promotional value to the corporate sponsor. It is critical then that organisations that are preparing to approach sponsors have a good knowledge of what their own organisation can offer and a strong understanding of what sponsors require in return – knowledge is the key for preparing effective strategies.
Momentum works with clients to ensure they are ready to approach corporate sponsors. Typical engagements include
Our planning services assist clients in developing strategic planning documents to guide the future direction of their organisations.
We have secured in excess of $80 million for clients from a variety of sources with a success rate of approximately 90%.
Our project management (administrative) services allow our clients to maintain focus on core business activities.
We assist clients in dealings with government including planning assignments, preparing documents and/or issue resolution.