The Yunker Group congratulates Adrijana and Keith on their respective appointments and thanks Cincinnati Ballet and Resident Home Association for the opportunity to conduct their national searches.
Our team members provide behind-the-scenes coaching and advice to nonprofit staff, helping them make a greater difference in their vital roles. We believe remaining behind the scenes is imperative in providing nonprofit executive search and fundraising counsel. We never seek recognition or take credit for the successes of those who devote their lives to making a difference in their communities.
Whether assisting seniors, educating children, caring for the poor or disabled, sustaining the arts, protecting the environment, or any other worthy endeavor, it is their work we strive to further and the reputations we seek to enhance. We are proud to be associated with and eager to be of service to all who are involved in the noble work of philanthropy.
An essential appreciation – if not requirement – of nonprofit executives is raising friends and funds. The Yunker Group’s search clients often cite the firm’s fundraising reputation and its singular focus serving only nonprofits as the reasons they chose us to find their next ED/CEO, CFO, COO or CDO. How may we help your organization?
Our seasoned Group provides objective and practical advice to nonprofits wanting to refresh, energize, enhance, or expand friendraising and fundraising efforts.
As experienced volunteers ourselves, The Yunker Group team helps Board leaders build confidence in carrying out leadership roles and responsibilities including getting “comfortable” raising funds.
The perspective of an objective third-party can be helpful, even if it’s just “over coffee.” Consider the benefits of this no-fee, no obligation session with the firm’s founder to knock around ideas or just vent.
Check us out with organizations we have helped in a variety of ways and learn we’ve developed a reputation for telling leaders what they need to hear, not necessarily what they want to hear. We like Teddy Roosevelt’s admonition, “People Don’t Care What You Know Until They Know How Much You Care.” You will learn we care!