Every faith community is unique in the ways they chose to serve and celebrate their faith. And sometimes unique needs arise. Imagine a new pipe organ, extra funding for valued ministries and services, or meeting a responsibility to the broader faith community locally, nationally, or globally. A carefully planned church other needs capital campaign can provide the funds to meet whatever your church's vision is.
Walsh & Associates has been working exclusively with churches for 30 years. We've led hundreds of successful church capital campaigns. We help at every step of the campaign, putting you in the best possible position to exceed your goals. Find some of our campaign success stories below that have provided funds for these faith communities' other important needs.
“The Renew & Rejoice Campaign for the replacement of the pipe organ at our church produced a lot of success for the spirit and life of Calvary Church and the hope for a new pipe organ. The work of the Walsh team was extraordinary and very cooperative in so many ways. I am a retired pastor and have worked on a capital campaign in the past, but Walsh had the right staff and the right professional organization needed to do this work for Calvary. It was a joy to work with our consultant who really knows the ins and outs of doing a very successful campaign. I certainly would recommend Walsh & Associates to other churches in the future for their capital needs.”
Rev. Raymond Moreland, Prayer Committee Chair, Calvary United Methodist Church, Frederick, Maryland
“The campaign kick-off was very well done. The final report contained helpful material. Our consultant knew the Walsh system and was very nice, friendly, and committed … We met our goal and for that I am thankful.”
Rev. Mark Davis, St Mark Presbyterian Church, Newport Beach, California
“We chose Walsh primarily because we believed that personal conversations were the best approach for us. We still believe that worked well for us. Calling for a campaign prayer to be used weekly in worship proved to be valuable for us.”
Rev. Steve Todd, Pastor, Faith Westwood United Methodist Church, Omaha, Nebraska