Ronald McDonald House Charities of Omaha Selects Hallett Philanthropy to Provide Strategic Planning Guidance and Board Education
OMAHA, Neb. - Jan. 12, 2022 - PRLog -- Hallett Philanthropy, a leading full-service consulting firm for education, healthcare, and community-based nonprofits, has been selected by Ronald McDonald House Charities of Omaha to provide strategic planning guidance and education and training for its board of directors. Under the agreement, Hallett Philanthropy will work with Ronald McDonald House Charities of Omaha executives as well as the board of directors to determine the organization's strategic direction and to develop a strategic plan to move Ronald McDonald House Charities of Omaha toward the future.
In addition to developing the strategic direction and plan for the organization, Hallett Philanthropy will work with members of the board of directors for Ronald McDonald House Charities of Omaha to provide training sessions to ensure board members have a deep understanding of cutting-edge nonprofit best practices and new ways to engage the community. These training sessions are designed to ensure the board of directors for Ronald McDonald House Charities of Omaha is prepared to serve at the highest level.
"Working with Randall Hallett and Hallett Philanthropy to bring our strategic vision to life is exciting, said Lindsey Rai Kortan, CEO of Ronald McDonald House Charities of Omaha. "Randall brings the highest level of experience and integrity to this project and we feel lucky to have him as part of this process. Furthermore, his training plan will help us to create an accountability loop between our executive leadership and the board, allowing us to function at the highest level and ensuring we serve our community the very best way possible."
The strategic planning process can be daunting for many organizations. The Hallett Philanthropy team is experienced in delivering strategic plans that yield long-term success for nonprofit organizations. The strategic plan is intended to help drive future fundraising efforts for Ronald McDonald House Charities of Omaha to ensure the organization can grow as the needs of patients and families in the community continue to expand. At the same time, proper training will allow the board of directors to execute the strategic plan is executed to its fullest, providing a greater level of support for the organization as a whole.
"The collaboration with Randall Hallett and Hallett Philanthropy made absolute sense for the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Omaha. His non-profit footprint is vast and one filled with rich legacy. Randall is on the front-line of innovation, as is our local Chapter and this alignment helped to energize our group with new ideas and guidance to move us even higher. As we look in our rear-view mirror as to the impactful transformation we have experienced in the last 36 months, we found we needed the expertise of Randall to operate on a deeper level. This encompassed how we functioned as a Board, worked with our local team, as well as the community, to ensure unprecedented success and results-driven action for the families we serve," said Board President, Tracy Carmichael.
"As we continue to define our future as a pioneer in our community, we will utilize the strategies and tools Randall has equipped our team with to intersect care, community, and resources for those who need us the most."
"We are thrilled to work with Ronald McDonald House Charities of Omaha on these endeavors," said Randall Hallett, Founder and CEO of Hallett Philanthropy. "Working with this team to set the future strategic direction of the organization is exciting and will have a lasting impact on patients and families for years to come. I look forward to working with leadership - both internally and on the board."
Hallett Philanthropy provides strategic consulting services to nonprofit organizations across the globe to provide customized programs designed to help them meet and exceed fundraising goals, regardless of organization size. The firm specializes in counseling clients to success in fundraising, campaign management, board development, and more.
For more information about Hallett Philanthropy, please visit www.hallettphilanthropy.com.
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