Halpin Partnership has today announced its fundraising services as part of its suite of education management consultancy services.
Founded in 2017, Halpin Partnership is gaining traction, having already attracting high-calibre clients such as University of Bath, Swansea University, University of Exeter, and Equality and Human Rights Foundation. Joint CEOs Susie Hills and Shaun Horan have assembled an unrivalled team of consulting ‘Fellows’ – all senior experts in their fields.
Having both previously held senior-level leadership and fundraising roles in HEIs and non-profits, Susie and Shaun have selected their team of fundraising Fellows from their extensive network spanning education, health and corporate sectors. The group includes experts in major gifts, data and insight, alumni relations, regular giving, legacies, marketing and communications – and all have delivered tangible results for the institutions they have served.
Fellows include Sir Drummond Bone (Master of Balliol College, University of Oxford), Doug Thomson (Director of Campaign and Alumni Relations, University of Nottingham), Penny Hubbard (Development Director at Newnham College, University of Cambridge), Tony Woodcock (former President of New England Conservatory, Massachusetts), and Jack Oldham, US-based consultant with extensive experience of the higher education, non-profits and the philanthropic sector.
Susie said, “Shaun and I are proud that some of the leading fundraising experts have chosen to align themselves with Halpin Partnership. We apply a wider lens of experience to fundraising, offering deep sectoral insight, high-level skills, and recent hands-on experience. We offer smart fundraising with a sophisticated, efficient and action-orientated approach.”
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