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Harvest Development Group is a business consultant firm working specifically with nonprofits, helping them embrace the best business practices into their organization for exceptional results.

Whether you are understaffed, underfunded, or under-skilled our expertise and services, combined with our personal, straightforward approach will help you create a path to productive outcomes. This will enable you to help your organization meet today’s challenges while preparing for a profitable and successful future.

Recent Blog Posts

Camp CEO

Posted on July 4, 2018

Sondra Lintelmann-Dellaripa, President of Harvest Development Group, was honored to take part in Camp CEO hosted by the Girl Scouts of Connecticut on June 28-30, 2018. The camp included 17 girls aged 7-14 as well as 12 successful businesswomen. Over the span of three days, the members of Camp CEO participated in activities where they… Read more »

Compete for your impact not for your event.

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For those nonprofits which rely heavily on event revenue to make their bottom line, the news out of the nonprofit ecosystem regarding the plateau, stagnation, and downturn of revenue derived from walks, runs, rides, and other type events, is startling and of great concern. In an article this week from Denver, ( evidence shows that… Read more »

Donor Relationships

Posted on May 18, 2017

By Melanie Cecarelli When I’m in a social setting and people learn I’m with a nonprofit consulting firm, it’s like being a CPA being asked a tax question or a physician being asked, “Does this look infected to you?” I usually get questions or comments about how nonprofits are missing an important feature when it… Read more »