For over 100 years, the Cathedral of the Incarnation has been the symbol of unity for the Roman Catholic Church in the Diocese of Nashville. While it is the principle church there, it also functions as a parish. Yet, their ability to provide the desired level of support and ministry to all God’s children was hindered because of lingering debt and the lack of capital funds to make badly needed repairs and updates to preserve their beautiful church.
With the help of Walsh & Associates, the generous members of the parish joyfully supported their Making All Things New campaign – raising over six times their annual giving. Their aim with this important effort was to retire their parish debt, make repairs to the church walls and ceiling, renovate the rectory restrooms, and establish a parish endowment fund.
“Our church, the Cathedral of the Incarnation, selected Walsh & Associates to guide and manage our ambitious fundraising campaign, “Making All Things New,” which was the first critical fundraising drive we have had in several years. Walsh led our designated campaign team in devising, mapping and executing a comprehensive multi-term strategic campaign to attain desired campaign financial benchmarks and increased parishioner participation. As a result of this effective joint, hands-on effort, the campaign proved successful in reaching targeted fundraising goals and other campaign initiatives.”
– Robb Vecchio, Creative Giving Co-Chair
Times Annual Giving
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Our mission is to be great stewards, to live up to the Parable of Talents and to bring out the best in those we serve. Our consistent and proven-to-be-successful approach to directing church capital campaigns helps assure this. We just work with churches, only do capital campaigns and ground them in prayer, scripture and sound stewardship teachings. Then we combine this with practical, proven-to-be-most-productive operating methods. This not only assures you of getting the best results and best return on your capital campaign investment financially, but also, that your church will grow spiritually and in community and will be more equipped and excited than ever about doing God’s will through the works of your church.