YEARS IN BUSINESS

Years

LOCATED IN

New York

NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES

Employees

NUMBER OF BOARDING SCHOOLS WE SERVE

Schools

Graham-Pelton

Graham-Pelton is the fundraising consulting firm chosen by leading schools worldwide. The firm customizes fundraising services to the needs of the client and the institution’s culture, providing campaign management, planning studies, board training and development, major gift counsel, interim staffing and other uniquely tailored services. Graham-Pelton’s mission is clear: Elevate philanthropy so nonprofits flourish.

WHY BOARDING SCHOOLS CHOOSE US

Graham-Pelton is chosen because we enable the people and schools we work with to achieve unprecedented levels of support with our data-driven approach and human-centered philosophy.

OUR MISSION

To elevate philanthropy so nonprofits can flourish.
The Graham-Pelton team have provided valuable insight and assisted us in preparing for our forthcoming major fundraising initiative. They’ve been involved in guiding our strategy, provided prospect pool analysis and have input into our direct mail materials, as well as undertaking personal prospect visits. They have been an important addition to our team here at Oakham.
Oakham School
We have been very pleased to have Graham-Pelton at our side as we embark on a highly ambitious capital campaign. From the beginning, they have offered thorough research and wise counsel, and their authoritative presentations have won the confidence of trustees and other community leaders. Their personal attention and communication throughout the process have helped them integrate seamlessly with our advancement team. I recommend Graham-Pelton with confidence and enthusiasm.
The Hun School of Princeton
Our multi-year partnership with Graham-Pelton has taken on many dimensions, but one thing remains a constant: the firm's commitment to our mission and success, and to the elevation of philanthropy and the advancement of girls worldwide.
Marymount School of New York

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