Short-term solutions rarely yield long-term impact. Fundraising for impact takes time and planning. Building a culture of philanthropy depends on giving time to articulate both the case for support and the opportunity for impact. By developing those long-term solutions, you'll be implementing something that doesn't just produce results for today but will do so for generations.
Nonprofit organizations are a collection of individuals. We are bound together toward a common goal, selfless action for the greater good. Relationships are so critical to positively impacting our community. We build relationships to understand the need. We build relationships to bring honor to those served. We build relationships to align donor passion with organizational mission. We build relationships to tell the story and expand the circle.
We serve the greater good by bringing together individuals that are committed to engaging their hearts, heads, and hands for lifelong philanthropy. This focus on "service above self" helps strengthen the fabric of our community and enrich the lives of those that invest their time, talent, and treasure.
GivingThree is focused on placing emphasis on relational fundraising that engages the full range of donor interests to advance organizational mission for maximum impact.
Our “learning lab” model encourages clients to find ongoing growth in their knowledge and understanding. We promote comprehension of current fundraising theory and practice but encourage innovation.
We teach best practices to underscore the ideal. However, we train and encourage based on the current reality of organizational staff and available resources.Get Started
GivingThree provides teaching, training, and service as an advisor for organizations and nonprofit executives seeking to strengthen and innovate mission impact.
With wide-ranging experience in nonprofit fundraising, data and technology, strategic planning, marketing, staff and leadership development, and organizational innovation, we provide support for charitable organizations seeking to establish a sustainable philanthropic culture.
Ben has been able to provide the guidance and activities necessary to create a robust plan including the creation of a communications calendar, stewardship plan, and development plan. His zest for life and his compassion for people, combined with his expert knowledge of the nonprofit sector, make him one of a kind. And most importantly, he’s been able to mentor and guide our existing team that will ensure success long after he leaves.
GivingThree℠ is a consulting firm for the nonprofit sector—initially formed in 2008 to explore all dimensions of philanthropy and promote a more sustainable view of the fundraising profession.
GivingThree consulting services include the mindful consideration for the interconnection between gifts of “time, talent, and treasure” –or– “work, wisdom, and wealth.” It’s not uncommon for fundraising professionals to focus most of their attention on the “treasure” or “wealth” aspect of philanthropy, meanwhile “time and talent” or “work and wisdom” take a backseat. Philanthropy is a multifaceted and deeply personal act. We work with you to understand and develop approaches that take this into consideration.
GivingThree is led by Ben Mohler. He makes his home in Kentucky’s bluegrass region with his wife, Christina and their four children. His personal interests include spending quality time with family, painting, printmaking, and music.