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Designed to partner with nonprofit institutions and organizations to increase efficiency and philanthropic support while decreasing cost.
A highly scalable model allowing us to deploy the right people for each assignment and tailor each project to the client's individual needs.
A boutique firm harnessing a cadre of talented, goal-driven professionals with current experience and proven track records.
Committed to every organization’s individuality, while consistently applying the following common and critical components to each project – strategy, planning and execution.

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Project Highlights

Through our continuing partnership, and under the guidance of Vice President Kevin Walsh, Yale-New Haven Hospital (YNHH) has more than doubled philanthropic revenues over a five-year period.  As part of our work, TAG is engaged in major campaigns to develop a new Musculoskeletal Center and a major expansion to YNHH's Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.  The YNHH/TAG partnership also includes conceiving and implementing a joint development program for the Yale School of Medicine Cancer Center and the YNHH Smilow Cancer Hospital.  

The Angeletti Group conducted a comprehensive institutional advancement assessment for Monmouth University and continues to work with Vice President for External Affairs Jason Kroll and his colleagues to align the staff and prepare the University for a $100 million campaign.

For ten years running, Cazenovia College has won recognition as a top baccalaureate college by U.S. News & World Report. Since 2010, TAG has worked with Cazenovia, and just recently celebrated with the College as its Campaign exceeded its $10 million goal.  On to $11 million!  

In 2011, the Foundation for Morristown Medical Center engaged TAG as it considered a groundbreaking comprehensive campaign.  TAG was honored to be chosen to partner with the Foundation and, together, we designed and implemented this first-ever comprehensive campaign designed to raise $100 million for service line priorities across the Medical Center. 

TAG serves as executive counsel for Einstein Healthcare Network's $150 million campaign and, as part of this partnership, is working with Vice President Carol Prushan and her colleagues to refine and build a stronger major gift program as well as design and implement a best-in-class physician engagement/grateful patient initiative .

Launched in 2009, the Catholic Alumni Partnership (CAP) represents the first-of-its-kind initiative designed to create sustainable development programs for Catholic elementary schools, with alumni support as a foundation. CAP is currently a collaboration among 352 Catholic elementary schools from eight dioceses and archdioceses across the nation.