We understand that successfully fundraising for our sacred spaces is about so much more than money.

 

Our team bring first-hand experience guiding the largest and smallest religious communities around the world to access the funding needed to restore, renew and regenerate.

Creating and then executing innovative and exciting fundraising programmes that foster new connections has been our ‘bread and butter’ during careers spanning over 30 years.  We’ve had the privilege to serve clients that achieve new funding for challenging maintenance programmes; building long-term endowments to support music or mission; or even to re-kindle a vital community leadership role.

Find out more about the services we offer, here.

"It has been a privilege and a pleasure to work with Amy at Peterborough Cathedral. Not only is she totally professional, but she also brings great energy, enthusiasm and inter-personal skills to every project with which she is involved." 
The Reverend Canon Bruce Ruddock, Canon Precentor, Peterborough Cathedral

"Despite speaking weekly, if not daily, in front of hundreds of people, I found the prospect of asking people for money, face to face, somewhat daunting. However, through her professional guidance, Amy gave us the tools and the confidence we needed to personally ask for the six and seven-figure gifts required in our Appeal"
The Very Reverend Christopher Armstrong, Dean, Blackburn Cathedral

"I have worked with Amy for the past year and cannot recommend her highly enough. Amy has added considerable strategic input into a major capital appeal at St Albans Cathedral and she is able to draw on a wealth of experience. Amy is creative, an excellent copywriter and has strong Trust and Foundation experience"
Helen Gray, Development Manager, St Albans Cathedral

"I had no experience as a fundraiser when I began working with Chris at Rochester as his Campaign Assistant. Now 11 years on, I look back and see how important Chris’s experience and knowledge were to my development as a fundraising professional. The lessons that I learnt then, remain important to me now"
Lynne Bax, Development Officer, Rochester Cathedral