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Who We Serve

Our team has over fifty years of nonprofit leadership expertise.  Since our inception, we have served over 200 hundred agencies throughout the Midwest representing many nonprofit sectors such as:

Arts

Charter Schools

Community Development

Economic Development

Education

Faith-Based Organizations

Family

Healthcare

Higher Education

Life Skills

Military Families

Service Learning

A Wealth of Information

Brewer and Associates is a champion of information and often celebrated for sharing with nonprofit leaders.  Below are commonly requested resources that are free to nonprofit leaders:

Organizational Readiness

Nonprofit Checklist

501(c)(3) Application Checklist

Board Development

Ten Responsibilities of Board Members

Seven Steps to Recruit Board Members

Board Member Job Descriptions

Conflict of Interest Policy

Strategic Planning

Strategic Planning Checklist

Sample One-Page Strategic Plan

Sample Organizational Goals and Objectives

Fund Development

Building Relationships with Funders

Writing a Case for Support

Sample One-Page Annual Campaign

Sample Gift Range Chart

Sample Letter of Interest

Proposal Writing

Proposal Writing Checklist

Finance/Budgeting

Sample Annual Operating Budget

Sample Program Budget

Budget Development Checklist

Legal

Legal Checklist

Volunteers

Volunteer Job Description

Volunteer Background Questions

"Falicia has been a wealth of knowledge and incredibly beneficial to both of my organizations. She continually makes valuable connections for me resulting in successfully strategic alliances. Our consulting sessions have enhanced my ability to effectively communicate the intricate details of my model with funders, resulting in the largest grant received to date." – M. Santiago
Maria Santiago, CNC, CPRW
CEO

Brewer Associates’ Impact

  • Leveraged over $30 million dollars since its inception

 

  • Have served over 200 agencies throughout the Midwest

 

  • Technology on the Move secured its 501(C)3 within ninety days of submission to the Internal Revenue Service and secured its first contract within one-hundred and eighty days

 

  • Provided training on nonprofit management and sustainability to over 5,000 individuals

 

  • The Annual Fund of the Police Athletic League of Indianapolis raised over $14,000 in its first mailing

 

  • The Indiana Minority Health Coalition secured $200,000 within ninety days of implementing its Major Gifts Initiative

 

  • Brewer & Associates secured over 70% of Jobs Partnership of Greater Indianapolis’ annual budget

 

  • Secured $500,000 gift for a capital campaign for the Indianapolis Zoo

 

  • Technology on the Move secured its 501(C)3 within ninety days of submission to the Internal Revenue Service and secured its first contract within one-hundred and eighty days

 

  • Increased cash flow 15% for nonprofit resulting from an organizational audit

 

  • Created a development plan for an organization

 

  • Completed assessment of existing program operations, then organized and implemented all aspects of the fundraising plan, resulting in an increased ability to strategically fundraise in the community and nationally

 

  • Relied on project management skills to implement systems and develop infrastructure for client organizations. Once established, these resources allowed these organizations to identify and secure funding opportunities