Participants realize $18 million in new commitments following Plus Delta program participation.
UT Austin builds its fundraising culture with Plus Delta and generates a $37.7 million return on investment.
UCSF achieves $31 million Year 1 return on investment for Plus Delta program participants.
In preparation to launch a 5-year $3.25 billion campaign, Duke engaged Plus Delta to help create a culture of fundraising.
NYU initially engaged Plus Delta Partners in 2014 to help frontline fundraisers develop more effective and productive approaches.
Sloan engaged PDP to create a stronger culture of philanthropy at the school.
Haverford first engaged PDP during the quiet phase of what would mark the College’s most ambitious campaign to date.
In 2016, Penn State engaged Plus Delta in conjunction with the start of a 5-year ambitious fundraising campaign.
Gearing up for its first major campaign, Wright State engaged PDP to evolve the University’s fundraising culture and accelerate and increase fundraising yields.
Cornell reignited a discipline to process that yielded $15.5M from the participants in their first cohort.
University of Washington's return on investment (ROI) from the initial DFF program totaled $18.946 million in commitments.
BWH began its engagement with a cohort of 25 major gift officers and managers participating in the Discipline of Frontline Fundraising (DFF) program.
The return on Rice’s investment (ROI) includes $10.3 million in gifts that gift officers stated would not have happened without the PDP program.