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About Langer Consulting

Langer 501c3 Consulting has 25 years plus track of successful expertise in:

  • Marketing
  • Fundraising for Corporate Sponsorships and Foundation Grants
  • Board Development
  • Strategic Planning
  • Federal Grant Writing
  • Special Events
  • Endowments
  • Capital Campaigns
  • Financials & Budgeting

Areas of focus include Disabled Veterans, Active Service Members, Human Services, housing, Education, Health and Wellness, Mental Health (PTSD), and Workforce Training, in support of families, children, pet travel, and health-related issues across All military Branches of DOD.

Primary Mission Focus: Federal and DOD Grant Writers Supporting C.V.I.T. in the following Categories:

  • Adaptive Sports 
  • Affordable Housing 
  • Cancer  Research 
  • DOD Burn 
  • Food Security 
  • Human Trafficking  
  • OVW/DOJ Counter Violence Against Women
  • Parkinson Research

Langer 501c3 Consulting has a record of success in securing major gifts, annual fund contributions, and special projects in the DMV area and nationally and internationally.

Langer 501c3 Consulting brings a unique skill set to fundraising, marketing, and capacity-building initiatives as staff includes former military veteran oversight.


PHILIP A. LANGER

12913 ALTON SQUARE, UNIT 106

HERNDON, VA 20170

(347) 556-2219

Anton410@LangerConsulting.org

Member: Association of Fundraising Professionals; Grant Professionals Association

Multi-faceted, skillful, and forward-thinking fundraising professional with 25+ years of experience in developing and implementing successful, innovative long-term and short-term strategic plans and supporting Executive Directors/Artistic Directors and Boards in all aspects of Annual Funds and Special Outreach Initiatives, including Special Events, Program Enhancements, Endowments, Capital Campaigns, and Planned Giving. Strong supervisor of professional staff in diverse and fluid development departments, with experience in executive staff recruitment. Diversified skill sets covering administrative support, private and public funder relations and cultivation, proposal writing, and board recruitment and engagement. Winning track record of closing deals with potential funders, inclusive of individual donors, foundations, corporations, and public sources, which leads to major gifts and other donations.
 

EXPERIENCE

March 2019 – Present  DEVELOPMENT CONSULTANT, Langer Consulting

Langer 501c3 Consulting has 25 years plus track of successful expertise in:

  • Marketing
  • Fundraising for Corporate Sponsorships and Foundation Grants Board Development
  • Strategic Planning
  • Federal Grant Writing
  • Special Events Endowments
  • Capital Campaigns
  • Financials & Budgeting

Areas of focus include Disabled Veterans, Active Service Members, Human Services, housing, Education, Health and Wellness, Mental Health (PTSD), and Workforce Training, in support of families, children, pet travel, and health-related issues across All military Branches of DOD.

Langer 501c3 Consulting has a record of success in securing major gifts, annual fund contributions, and special project grants in the DMV area and nationally and internationally.

Langer 501c3 Consulting brings a unique skill set to fundraising, marketing, and capacity-building initiatives as staff includes former military veteran oversight.
 

August 2020 – May 2021            SENIOR MANAGER OF GRANTS & FUNDRAISING, Good360

As the first hired Development officer, I built and energized a new department focusing on securing foundation, corporation, and individual grants, as well as establishing landing pages and campaigns for Internet giving platforms for stock donations, cryptocurrency/bitcoin, and planned giving support.

DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT/DEVELOPMENT CONSULTANT, Brooklyn Kindergarten Society

Rebuilt and energized the dormant Development Department. Restructured department a year after the predecessor had left and there was no one responsible for research, cultivation, and submission of proposals, applications, other requests, thank you letters, or reports to the appropriate founding officers.

In FY 2019/2020, the organizational budget of 9 million plus dollars is made up of government-contracted, foundation, corporation, individual, and special events income revenues that the development office (under my charge), Executive Director, and the Board development committee were responsible for.

Directly oversee the activities of Executive Assistant in all matters dealing with fundraising, including the Yuletide Gala, Junior Board events, preparing requests and other vital documentation, and peer-to-peer events such as the NYC Marathon and TD Five Boro Bike Tour.

Created and supervised short-term and long-term strategies to provide a diverse funding stream for the institution, including securing foundations and corporations, plus major gifts from individuals.

Developed comprehensive, real-time development protocols, including research for new funders, scheduled cultivation meetings, writing and submission of proposals, applications, and final/interim reports.

Initiated personal meetings and conferences with funding officers, including Tiger Foundation, Altman Foundation, Hearst Foundations, Wells Fargo Wealth Management, and the Joyce and Irving Goldman Foundation, among others.
 

November 2014 – February 2019         DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT, New Art Publications, Inc. dba BOMB Magazine, New York

Increased Organizational Budget from $1,512,476 in FY 2015 to $1,777,578 in FY 2018.

Oversight of fundraising activities including supervising two Development Associates and a Board Development Consultant (personally secured support from the Taproot Foundation for her participation).

Served as the first Director of Development for the organization.

As Director of Development, crafted and established new protocols including the proper way to research potential funders on the Foundation Center’s online Foundation Directory and other sites, draft proposals and applications, craft interim, and final reports, cultivate relationships with potential funders, and lobby for financial support.

Engaged with Editor in Chief, Development Consultant, and Executive Committee Members of the Board capacity-building initiatives, such as program and staff expansion, building an Endowment, redesigning and re-building of the archival website, and securing funding for all three phases of the Capital Planning Campaign (a four-year endeavor). The Endowment, which was launched in 2015, has received over 26 pledges from artists for artwork to be sold to help activate the endowment. An auction at Christie’s is anticipated in the spring of 2019. Currently, the Endowment is over $1.1 million.

With each client, coordinate assignments and function as a liaison between Executive Director, Communications Director, Senior Program Staff, and Board Members (when appropriate).

Continued to secure foundation and government contributions, including:

Oversaw the strengthening and expansion of year-end appeals.
 

November 2011 – November 2014          DEVELOPMENT CONSULTANT, New York

Development Consultant. Providing comprehensive services that include all fundraising functions. Some of my clients include the Young People’s Chorus of New York, t Puerto Rican Traveling Theatre, the Dramatic Question Theatre, and the Chameleon Theatre (educational programs for at-risk youth) in New York. Research potential funders on the Foundation Center’s online Foundation Directory and other

sites, draft proposals, and applications cultivate relationships with potential funders and lobby for financial support.

With each client, coordinate assignments and function as a liaison between Executive Director, Communications Director, Senior Program Staff, and Board Members (when appropriate).
 

February 2011 – October 2011   DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT, ENACT, New York

In 2011, secured unearned income to meet the organizational budget of $1.9 million.

Oversight of fundraising activities by senior staff of three, plus five Board members of the Board

Development Committee. Also supervised, trained, and mentored a Communications & Development Associate, and oversaw all aspects of her fundraising duties, while supporting her communications activities (press release, media alert, newsletter, etc.).

Served as the first Director of Development for the organization.

Created close relationships with Board members through a series of breakfast meetings and conference calls, which continued to be instrumental in helping to target, cultivate, and secure new donor sources and renew funding from lapsed funders.

Created and implemented short-term and long-term strategies to provide a diverse funding stream for the institutional budget. Continued to research for new funders, schedule cultivation meetings, and write and submit proposals, applications, and final/interim reports.

Revitalized ENACT’s government initiative, through extensive connections with the New York City Council, to secure special Cultural AfterSchool Adventures (CASA) grants as well as member line-item donations.
 

October 2007 – November 2010          DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT, Boys Hope Girls Hope of New York, New York

Energized and expanded the Development Office. Increased contribution support from foundations and corporations in FY 2008 by over 177%. In 2010, the organizational budget of 1.6 million dollars was made up of all unearned income revenues that the development office and the Board development committee were responsible for.

Directly oversaw the activities of ten board members who joined a first-time Development Committee created and energized under tenure.

Created and supervised short-term and long-term strategies to provide a diverse funding stream for the institution, including securing foundation, corporation, and government donations plus major gifts from individuals.

Developed comprehensive, first-time development protocols, including research for new funders, scheduled cultivation meetings, writing and submission of proposals, applications, and final/interim reports.

Initiated meetings with individual board members to target and cultivate new donors they knew

personally, and worked as a liaison between the Board of Directors and potential funders during the formal request phase or “Ask” Period.
 

November 2005 – September 2007    DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT, Puerto Rican Traveling Theatre, New York

Increased unearned income from 2005 to 2006 by 84%.

Supervised 15 staff members, volunteers, and members of the Board Development Committee in Fundraising/Community Outreach Initiatives.

Other PRTT funders include NYSCA (Multi-year grants). NEA, NYC Department of Cultural Affairs, Ford Foundation, Time Warner, Hispanic Federation, Carnegie Corporation of New York, Shubert Foundation, William T. Grant Foundation, etc. (See below for further information on PRTT).

Secured over $750,000 in Capital Funds from the New York City Council, Manhattan Borough President Scott M. Stringer, and Bronx Borough President Adolfo Carrión.

Successfully created and implemented organizational capacity-building initiative. In 2005, the Puerto Rican Traveling Theatre was approved by Artistic Director Michael Kaiser and The Kennedy Center Arts Advantage/NYC Initiative as one of 32 selected art institutions as a participant in a three-year organizational capacity-building project.

Structured formal infrastructure for the development department, which included training staff in researching new private and public funding sources, scheduling proposal and application submission dates, and writing requests and thank you letters.

October 1998 – October 2005    DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT, Queens Botanical Garden (CIG member), NYC

Met and exceeded fundraising projections for an annual $2.6 million organizational budget and $12 million plus capital campaign. Unearned income accounted for over 83% of the budget.

Spearheaded first-time Endowment and Planned Giving Initiatives.

Led QBG staff of fourteen as point person for annual preparation of NYC Department of Cultural Affairs Final Report/Request for Budget contribution.

Planned and energized the first development/fundraising office, bringing in first substantial support from foundations, government funding agencies, and corporations.

Oversaw a new Master Plan/capital funding campaign. Funding strategy for all three phases of the Master Plan Update, launched in June 1999, raised over $800,000 that included:

Booth Ferris Foundation                                                  $200,000

The LuEsther T. Mertz Advisory Fund                              $179,325 (Challenge Grant)

Created a successful organizational capacity-building initiative to raise funds for the new Audience

Development/ Visitor’s Survey Program (received $30,000 from the Robert Sterling Clark Foundation and

$25,000 from The Commonwealth Fund).

Initiated annual lobbying efforts in Washington, D.C., and Albany.

Directed and initiated a successful, ongoing Direct Mail Campaign with the dissemination of year-end and bank appeals to over 18,000 subscribers, individual donors, loyal corporate supporters, and potential, new contributors.

Created and supervised four Rose Ball Gala Benefits, the first-such events held at the Garden, in June 2003, 2002, 2001, and 2000, respectively.

Oversaw all development and implementation phases of a successful string of special events. Increased mailing list from approximately 5,000 in 1998 to 2005 mailing list of over 18,000.

Supervised and assigned tasks to senior staff and departmental heads, which covered culling data and crafting narratives on programs within their purview.
 

CVIT-Langer Consulting: JiTR Skills SectionMr. Steven Boodski brings to bear 19 years of specialized experience in support of the United States Military and Intelligence community, in a multidisciplinary setting. His professional experience includes overseas deployments in North Africa, South America, and the Caribbean.

Additionally, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), he supported the United States National Security Apparatus after September 11 where he provided Subject Matter Expert in support of mission readiness.

His last duty station was Fort Meade, Maryland, in support of military readiness East, Asia, and Pacific. Currently, he is serving as a 2d Lieutenant in the United States Air Force, Civil Air Patrol.

As a subject matter expert (SME) he will be responsible for developing a Veterans Affairs Strategic Plans & Integrations profile that will allow Langer 501c3 consulting to work with 9 NGOs in securing federal grant programs, as well as grant funding from Foundations & Corporations in support of their mission statement.

Additionally, his area of expertise will focus on Marketing • Fundraising for Corporate Sponsorships and Foundation Grants • Board Development • Strategic Planning • Federal Grant Writing • Special Events • Endowments • Capital Campaigns • Financials & Budgeting Areas of focus include Disabled Veterans,

Active Service Members, Domestic Abuse, Human Services, housing, Education, Health and Wellness, Mental Health (PTSD), and Workforce Training, in support of families, children, pet travel, and health- related issues across All military branches.

 

 

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