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Kate Roosevelt

Kate Roosevelt is Co-President at Campbell & Company. Kate has helped organizations across the country raise more than $300 million. She brings to her work 20 years of experience in the nonprofit sector and a deep belief in every organization’s power to make an impact.

The past three years have brought significant change to the environmental sector. From 2016 to 2018, giving to environment/animals organizations increased at a higher rate than total charitable giving in the United States: 13.5 percent versus 7.9 percent in current dollars, respectively.[1]

Following the 2016 presidential election, many high-profile organizations in this space experienced elevated levels of giving and an influx of new donors—a phenomenon popularly termed the “Trump bump.”

Download 2019 State of the Environmental Sector, a research study. 

Campbell & Company Research Findings, Fundraising, Environment & Conservation Trends

In 2013, Collins Group joined forces with Campbell & Company, a national nonprofit consulting and executive search firm. Over the past four years, we have worked hard to integrate our teams, learn from each other, and build on our collective strengths. September 1st marks the last step of our integration as we retire the Collins Group name and unify under the Campbell & Company name and identity. Collins Group will be known as the Campbell & Company Northwest team going forward. This milestone allows us to stay true to our team approach and advance our mission to collaborate and innovate with people who change lives through philanthropic vision and action.  

Campbell & Company News, Northwest

In 2014, total charitable giving to nonprofit organizations in the environment and animals sector reached an all-time high of $10.50 billion in inflation-adjusted dollars, according to the recently released Giving USA 2015: The Annual Report on Philanthropy. Contributions to environment and animals organizations increased by 7 percent (between 2013 and 2014), the fifth consecutive increase in giving to this sector. This is a clear indication of a subsector that is evolving and growing – and attracting significant gifts from wealthy individuals and foundations. Below are key findings and recommendations to help environment and animals organizations capitalize on this growth and prepare for their future in fundraising.

Nonprofit Trends, Giving USA, Environment & Conservation Trends