OUR IMPACT

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Boys & Girls Club of Lake Tahoe

The Boys & Girls Club of Lake Tahoe needed a home of their own because their leased space was unable to accommodate the Club's programs and their landlord was in need of repurposing the building. The Club engaged LCG for a feasibility study and subsequent campaign counsel to raise funds for construction of their own facility. Despite no history of major fundraising and a global pandemic, the Club stayed the course and secured $2.7 million in 18 months with LCG. The Club continued successful fundraising after LCG's contract ended because they established a philanthropy mindset and built effective fundraising structures.

     "LCG was a critical partner in the success of our campaign. They gave our board of directors confidence that we could raise significant funds even though no one on the board had any experience in this area. LCG helped us pivot to an all-virtual capital campaign amidst a global pandemic. Thanks in part to our partnership with LCG, South Lake Tahoe will soon have a beautiful, safe facility for children, enabling their parents to work and support our community's economy.” 

 

- Jude Wood, Executive Director of Boys & Girls Club of Lake Tahoe

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Davis Community Housing & Meals

To address the growing homeless needs in the small city of Davis, CA, a community-wide collaboration partnered with LCG to raise more than $5 million to build a multifunctional facility, Paul’s Place.  Paul’s Place was designed to consolidate critical services in a central location, provide expanded shelter and enhance programming to meet the highly diverse and complicated needs of people living without shelter.

     “We began working with LCG in 2018. What began as an idea to replace an aging program facility with an expanded facility with more functionality was transformed into reality due to their skill, expertise and tireless efforts. LCG guided us, worked across a broad cross

section of our community, and assisted our board of directors in helping achieve our fundraising goals. We will be breaking ground on our new facility this coming summer. A great success!!!”

- Bill Pride, Executive Director of Davis Community Meals and Housing

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Christian Brothers High School

Since the late 1990’s, Christian Brothers has partnered with LCG on three major fundraising campaigns, totaling more than $20 million. In

2020, the school wrapped up a successful campaign to improve its campus and grow its tuition assistance endowment.  In that effort, LCG helped the school raise $12.6 million, exceeding its publicly stated goal of $11.8 million.

     “I was initially skeptical about hiring a team of consultants.  But I soon realized it was an excellent return on our investment.  LCG brought structure, strategy, discipline, accountability, and best practices to our campaign.  We could not have done it without LCG! LCG embraced our school’s mission and was deeply committed to our success.” 

- Willie Nolan, Campaign Chair and Former Chair of the Board of Trustees

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William Jessup University

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Jesus Center

Serving the Northern California community of Chico, the Jesus Center exists to address homelessness, hunger and poverty.  The Jesus Center wanted to explore a comprehensive and collaborative effort to develop an integrated, shared services model: the Renewal Center.  By offering programming at one central location in the city, the Renewal Center will offer paths to new life for those who are experiencing homelessness.  More than $6.6 million has been raised to date.

     "As a former campaign consultant myself, finding LCG was a dream come true.  They are committed to discipline, high quality, and relationships: what a perfect combination to undergird our vision of a campus addressing many facets of homelessness in the aftermath of the Camp Fire.” 

- Laura Cootsona, Executive Director of the Jesus Center

Since 1939, William Jessup University has transformed from a small bible college to a world-class Christian liberal arts university. To meet the needs of some 5,000 students annually and allow for an increase of student enrollment, the University embarked on a campus expansion project, partnering with LCG to raise nearly $9 million.

     “We needed someone to hold us accountable, to think in ways we hadn't thought of before. And we knew if we were going to be successful, we couldn't do it internally. It had to be with some outside counsel who could provide direction, strategy and hold our feet to the fire.”

 

- Bryce Jessup, Previous President of William Jessup University (deceased)

Our Other Clients

Faith-Based

Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church

Diocese of Sacramento

Mosaic Law Congregation

Our Lady of the Assumption Parish & School

St. Ignatius Loyola Parish and School

St. John the Baptist Catholic Church (Chico, CA)

St. John the Baptist Catholic Church (Folsom, CA)

The Abbey of New Clairvaux

Human/Social Services

ACC Senior Services

Alta California Regional Center

American Heart Association

Asian Community Center

California Department of Health & Human Services

California Mental Health Services Authority

Cedar Sinai Park

Center for Civic Partnerships

Central California Blood Center

Community Services Planning Council

Crossings Conference Center

Davis Community Meals & Housing

Goodwill Industries of Sacramento Valley, Inc.

Intercommunity Mercy Housing

Jesus Center

Mercy Housing California

Mercy Housing Colorado

Mercy Housing Idaho

Pacific Justice Institute

Poverello House

PRIDE Industries

Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services

Sacramento Habitat for Humanity

Sacramento Life Center

Sacramento Metro Chamber of Commerce

Sexual Assault & Domestic Violence Center

Society for the Blind

The Mathews Foundation

The Osmond Family Foundation

The Sacramento Region Community Foundation

The Salvation Army Del Oro Division

The Salvation Army Kroc Community Center

The Salvation Army Long Beach

The Salvation Army of South Placer County

Volunteers of America Greater Sacramento and Northern Nevada

WEAVE

 

Children/Youth/Family Services

AOG Foundation

Boys & Girls Clubs of Coachella Valley

Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Sacramento

Boys & Girls Club of Lake Tahoe

Boy Scouts of America – Golden Empire Council

California Children's Lobby

California Association of Children's Homes

California Association of Children's Services

California Consortium of Children's Councils

Center for the Family in Transition

Child Abuse Prevention Council of Sacramento

Child & Family Institute | Children's Miracle Network Telethon

Children's Receiving Home of Sacramento

EMQ Children & Family Services

EMQ FamiliesFirst

Fairytale Town

Families for Children

Family Service Agency

Foundation Consortium for California's Children & Youth

Help-A-Child Foundation

Hillview Acres Children's Home

Make-A-Wish Foundation of Sacramento and Northeastern California

River Oak Center for Children

Ronald McDonald House Charities

Sacramento Children's Home

Sacramento Crisis Nursery

Sacramento Life Center

Sierra Forever Families

Stanford Home for Children

Woodland Youth Services

Youth Guidance Connection 

Healthcare

California Association of Hospitals & Health Systems

CommuniCare Health Centers

Friends of Mercy Foundation

HealthCorps

Marshall Foundation for Community Health

Mercy Foundation

Mercy Foundation North

Mercy General Hospital

Mercy Hospital of Folsom

Mercy McMahon Terrace 

Mercy San Juan Hospital

Minority Health Professionals

Sierra Health Foundation

Sutter Medical Center Foundation Sacramento

Sutter Roseville Medical Center Foundation

TIDES Foundation - Community Clinics Initiative  

UC Davis Health System

Arts & Culture

Aerospace Museum of California

California State Railroad Museum

Children's Theatre of California

Crocker Art Museum

International House Davis

KVIE Television

Powerhouse Science Center

Sacramento Public Library

Tahoe Regional Arts Foundation

Education

California Tribal College

Christian Brothers High School

City College of San Francisco

College of the Desert

Foundation for California Community Colleges

Network of California Community College Foundations

Oak Hill School

Oak Ridge High School Foundation

Sacramento Country Day School

San Diego Community College District

ST. HOPE Academy

St. Michael's Episcopal Day School

UC Davis Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing

University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law

Valley Christian Schools

William Jessup University

Animal Welfare/Environmental/Recreation

American River Parkway Foundation

Placer SPCA

The Living Desert

The Sacramento Tree Foundation

Truckee Donner Recreation & Park District 

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