YEARS IN BUSINESS

95

LOCATED IN

New Jersey

NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES

45

NUMBER OF BOARDING SCHOOLS WE SERVE

72

Marts&Lundy

Marts&Lundy is more than a collection of fundraising consultants. We are practitioners immersed in the rapidly changing education landscape. We serve every type of school —established to newly founded, boarding to day – with comprehensive services including campaign planning and counsel to offerings in communications, analytics and talent development.

WHY BOARDING SCHOOLS CHOOSE US

Philanthropy has the potential to be the most consequential component of non-tuition revenues, and the extreme disruption of the pandemic underscores the significance of a strong fundraising program. Our Boarding School consultants are immersed in this rapidly changing education landscape. As former practitioners and experienced consultants, they saw what was ahead and immediately shaped their counsel to address the critical needs of our Boarding School clients: revisiting strategic plans, assessing fundraising capacity and realistic goals, crafting communication plans for parents and alumni and helping to meaningfully engage donors in the case for support. Times have changed, but our commitment to Boarding Schools and their unique missions never will.

OUR MISSION

We forge partnerships that leverage our expertise and experience to advance the missions and optimize the resources of nonprofit organizations committed to the betterment of humankind.
“I highly recommend working with Marts&Lundy’s Dr Alan Watkinson. Alongside his exceptional skills and experience, Alan brings a calmness and kind mentoring attitude that is invaluable when navigating the wonderful but sometimes tricky world of advancement. At all times it feels like Alan is part of your team, and that he cares about the success of your institution as much as you do. I consider myself very fortunate that St Peter’s invested in Marts&Lundy, and particularly Alan’s expertise.” Sharon Roux, Director of Development at St Peter’s School, Waikato, New Zealand.

The little boy had just started school. When he returned home the first day, his mother asked, "Billy, what did you learn today?" Billy: "I learned to write." Mom: "Oh, what did you write?" Billy: "I don't know, I haven't learned to read yet."