Plus Delta Partners provides ROI-driven programs and services proven to help non-profits achieve measurable, sustainable fundraising improvements.
Why Plus Delta?
Discipline of Frontline Fundraising
Our signature program enables frontline fundraisers to more efficiently and effectively raise major, principal and planned gifts.Learn More
Management of Frontline Fundraising
Building on the methodology and skills learned in the DFF Program, the MFF program is designed to equip frontline managers with the coaching skills and accountability practices needed to increase the individual and team fundraising productivity of their direct reports.Learn More
Multi-Client Discipline of Frontline Fundraising Program
Our signature program equips frontline gift officers from different organizations with advanced development skills and helps build confidenceLearn More
Plus Delta has been a great partner for us in building a stronger culture of fundraising within TEXAS Development. Participating in their cohort-style program has enabled our fundraising team to strengthen relationships across campus with their peers while improving their ability to move donors into meaningful, intentional gift conversations.
Scott Rabenold, Vice President for University Development
University of Texas at Austin
We began working with Plus Delta in 2012, just prior to the launch of a $3+ billion campaign, and they have been instrumental in helping us realize significant year-over-year increases in our fundraising results. More than 70 Duke gift officers have gone through the Plus Delta DFF program --enabling our fundraisers to develop a common discipline and approach to the art and science of fundraising.
Ann Gleason, Senior Assistant Vice President, Individual Giving
“I am very pleased with how the Plus Delta program has advanced our frontline fundraising efforts at Rice in preparation for our next fundraising campaign. Moreover, the program has provided a foundational common language for managers to use in coaching their direct reports in donor interactions and ensuring our continued productivity and growth as a fundraising operation.”
—Kathi Dantley Warren, Vice President for Development and Alumni Relations
Our Plus Delta program results have been remarkable. They’ve given us a disciplined fundraising approach and framework that ensures that prospects move through the pipeline more quickly and that conversations are more substantive. Having a shared language for the whole team has helped us manage and hold staff accountable. I have been in the advancement profession for 35 years and acquired new skills and language that have been invaluable.
Kristina Gulick Schaefer, Senior Associate Dean – Office of External Relations & International Programs
Massachusetts Institute of Technology Sloan School of Management
"After the preliminary nine months working with Plus Delta, we recognized impressive quantitative results (over $18 million) that have continued beyond the initial cohort. We were also amazed by the qualitative success we saw, which surpassed our expectations."
Dan Peterson, President, UW Foundation
University of Washington
"Since going through the DFF program, our fundraising team has more confidence in themselves and are focused on becoming philanthropic advisors to their donors as opposed to gift officers. The team is asking more questions and developing trusting relationships with our donors instead of just trying to close single gifts."
Noelle DeLage, Chief Development Officer
“There was a shift in conversation from what we knew (or thought we knew) to what we needed to learn about donor interests and priorities. This experience has revolutionized our giving program and united our team and we are performing at a whole different level.”
Elizabeth Castleberry, Chief Philanthropy Officer
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center