NGOs (non-governmental organizations) come in all shapes, sizes, and mission focus areas. In many instances, they play the role of global matchmaker—identifying areas where there is a need and matching donor passions to support these specific needs.Read More
For Bond Lammey, the nonprofit sector is vital to society and provides an essential safety net for individuals and causes not covered by the business or public sectors.
Her nearly 20-year career means she’s an experienced consultant. At BWF, she focuses on building major and principal gift programs, including developing strategies to convert base and mid-level donors to major and transformational donors, and designing programs in support of an expanded relational fundraising business model. Bond’s client projects have included portfolio optimization, ultra-high-net worth cultivation strategies, relationship management program design and implementation, fundraising playbook development and training, and prospect development program assessments and design.
Bond loves when individuals and institutions passionate enough about resolving a challenge using private money set up a nonprofit dedicated to solving an issue or advocating for a cause. When they then take their passion and invite others to contribute their time, talents, and funds, she sees that nonprofits provide the perfect blend of passion and skills.
“The proper aim of giving is to put the recipients in a state where they no longer need our gifts.” C.S. Lewis
In her free time, Bond can be found singing in her church choir or in a virtual weekly karaoke group, camping, kayaking, or perfecting her homemade liqueurs and simple syrups. She’s also a Star Trek devotee, as evidenced in part by naming her cats Data and Lore.