The TW&B Difference: Providing senior-level development experience to nonprofits across the country.

Our consultants can help you reach your fundraising goals because we’ve been there. We listen closely to our clients to ensure that the solutions that we provide are specific to their needs. Our mission is to make our clients more effective fundraisers.

New & Returning Clients

We are proud to add the following organizations to our new client roster:

COCA (Center of Creative Arts) — St. Louis, MO
Chicago Artists Coalition — Chicago, IL
Doheny Eye Institute — Los Angeles, CA
Easterseals — Chicago, IL
Lake Bluff Public Library — Lake Bluff, IL

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Meet Anne Smith

At TW&B, we’re excited to announce the newest member of our firm. Anne Smith joins us as Vice President of our firm, bringing with her nearly two decades of experience in fundraising, campaign management, board development and institutional advancement. She has a strong background with association foundations, human service organizations, education and arts organizations.  Learn more about her … Continue reading Meet Anne Smith

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Six Ways to Retain Your Talented Fundraising Staff

Why is it that development professionals change jobs every few years? In our profession, we’ve come to expect high turnover, with new hires staying only an average of 16 months at a time. The bottom line is that turnover costs organizations money and more. Losing staff can put a serious dent in your fundraising. Not … Continue reading Six Ways to Retain Your Talented Fundraising Staff

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SKYLANDING by Yoko Ono

“I want the sky to land here, to cool it, and make it well again.” Yoko Ono This wish was the inspiration behind Yoko Ono’s SKYLANDING, her first permanent sculpture in the Americas, located in Chicago’s Jackson Park. The sky has held a deep significance for Ms. Ono since her childhood. In the spring of … Continue reading SKYLANDING by Yoko Ono

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