Pride Philanthropy

Helping Nonprofit Organizations Realize Their Full Potential

Pride Philanthropy is a long time national leader in helping nonprofit organizations realize the full potential of their philanthropy programs. Providing a full complement of expert services, Pride Philanthropy develops custom programs to meet the needs of each individual client. Learn more >>

We Are Development Experts

With a professional staff and Board of Advisors having more than 550 years of experience cultivating charitable giving, Pride Philanthropy understands the unique and evolving needs and opportunities in today's competitive fundraising market. Learn more >>

What We Provide

Whether your organization's fundraising efforts are new or have been active for years, Pride Philanthropy will help you achieve new, unexpected levels of success. Learn more >>
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What's New?

$400,000 Grant for Chattanooga History Center

Congratulations to the Chattanooga History Center, which has been awarded a $400,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities.

$1.5 million in support for St. Joseph’s/Candler Foundations in Savannah

A self-proclaimed dormant program with minimal visibility has reemerged strongly in the Savannah community over the past year, gaining $1.5 million in support after restructuring and successfully transitioning into a comprehensive effort.

Georgetown Memorial Hospital receives $500,000 Grant from Duke

Georgetown Memorial Hospital in Georgetown, South Carolina has received a $500,000 grant from The Duke Endowment to expand a nationally recognized community care network for low-income, uninsured residents in Georgetown County.

Our 2014 Online Training is now posted - check it out!

Non-clients: View August's Resource Center Sample: Annual Appeal Letter - just one of the many documents in the Client Resource Center!

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