In the last 6 months KMG Consultants has undertaken very different work for The Glasgow Academy and St Aloysius College. This involved active fundraising support for The Glasgow Academy and an assessment with recommendations for future fundraising and income generation at St Aloysius College. Both pieces of work were successfully completed and please go to the Testimonials page to how both organisations were very satisfied by the services delivered by KMG Consultants.
Following the successful partnership with St Vincent's Hospice over an extended period with all initial targets surpassed by KMG Consultants this has been brought to a successful conclusion.
Kate Lennon, Chief Executive said,
"I was delighted with the help, support and guidance from KMG Consultants over a 10 month period which ended with the recruitment of our first Director of Fundraising & Communications. After an initial brief assessment they helped to improve our financial situation with our short term income increasing significantly while improving future budgeting and long term planning. Overall KMG Consultants had a very positive and successful impact on St Vincent’s hospice over achieving on the initial target set."
The Neurosciences Foundation success
KMG Consultants have been working with The Neurosciences Foundation to assist with their fundraising, develop strategy, and to review their administrative systems. This has had a great impact with net income within 6 months doubling what it was for the whole of the previous year. Go to our Testimonials page to see an endorsement of KMG Consultants from the Chair. To see more on the work of The Neurosciences Foundation go to www.neurosciencesfoundation.org.uk
Director of Fundraising & Communications
St Vincent's Hospice are looking to recruit to this new role in what will be an exciting challenge for a successful, motivated, and experienced professional. For more information please email Wilma.Jamieson@svh.co.uk and note the closing date is 6th April 2012
St Vincent's Hospice
Following a successful year supporting Highland Hospice, KMG Consultants are pleased to be working with St Vincent's Hospice from October 2011 through to March 2012. This will support the great work carried out by St Vincent's in Renfrewshire which it has been serving for 23 years. Please go to http://www.svh.co.uk/ to see more on the work of St Vincent's Hospice and how you can support their crucial work.
If you would like to discuss how your organisation could benefit from working with KMG Consultants please contact Kevin Gerrie on07984 991774 or at email@example.com and view our Testimonials page to see the views of others we have worked with.
With the start of 2011/12, KMG Consultants are delighted to be extending the support offered to Highland Hospice to the end of June. Excellent progress has been made against the original objectives set and we are pleased to look to build on this good work in the coming months. For more information on Highland Hospice please go to http://www.highlandhospice.org/
In addition KMG Consultants have agreed to support The Neurosciences Foundation in Glasgow, RAMH in Paisley, and St Lawrence Village Hall in Essex. Work is also continuing with Mindfulness Scotland, Keep A Promise - The Charity Health Challenge, and Experian QAS who recently selected CHICKS to benefit from a third year of their Charity of the Year partnership.
Following a review of the fundraising, communications, and retail operations of Highland Hospice undertaken by KMG Consultants, we are delighted to be working with and supporting Highland Hospice with these income streams until the end of March 2011. This support will include budget planning for 2011/12, maximising net income for the remainder of this financial year, and long term planning
Marie Curie Cancer Care has announced that the Big Build appeal for a new Marie Curie Hospice in Glasgow has been successfully completed reaching the fundraising target of £16.1 million. KMG Consultants were responsible for delivering the appeal successfully.
For more information on the Evening Times backed appeal please click on this link.
As part of the Big Build a successful evening was held at Club 29. Joining Marie Curie Cancer Care at an exclusive cabaret evening was world renowned singer, Lulu.
Lulu returned to Glasgow to perform at this one-off black-tie fundraising evening, raising money for one of the best hospices in Europe in Glasgow at Club 29. Guests enjoyed a champagne reception, three course gourmet meal and live entertainment from Lulu and famous friends.
Over £100,000 was raised for the Big Build on the evening.
Your local Marie Curie Hospice actively promotes quality of life for people with cancer and other illnesses and provides support for their families, completely free. www.mariecurie.org.uk