We have enjoyed working with a number of excellent service providers over the years and include the following as among the very best in their areas of specialisation. We can provide an integrated solution to your fundraising and development requirements, working as appropriate with associates who are highly professional, trustworthy and dependable. This is important to ensure all aspects of a fundraising campaign are delivered in a timely, coordinated manner. We are also happy to liaise with your preferred suppliers as required. Donorcentricity does not have hidden commission arrangements with our associates.
Paper Monkey is an internationally awarded and published visual strategy and graphic design firm. Our collaborative strategic process drives the consistency of our outcomes. We identify your unique value and connect it to your audience.
We work with educational institutions, government departments and organisations that share our commitment to quality and creating a better world to live in. Some recent clients/projects include: Macquarie University; Dunmore Lang College; University of Canberra; John XXIII College; Malkara Specialist School; St Thomas the Apostle Primary School; The ACT Government's 'Plastic Bag Ban Campaign'; and The Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs (FaHCSIA)
Donorcentricity Pty Ltd works with Pentatonic to develop and implement fundraising campaigns with a footprint that extend outside of Australia into Europe. Pentatonic fundraising, marketing and communications consultants combine rigorous quantitative and qualitative analysis with creative thinking. Chris Washington-Sare is Pentatonic’s Founder and Managing Director and is based in London. He has over 20 years experience producing successful strategies and campaigns for not-for-profit and commercial organisations and has worked in a diverse range of organisations including CAMRADATA Analytical Services, The Management Centre (=mc), Greenpeace Australia Pacific, The Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust, Plan International, Red Rock Media, Central St Martins College of Art and the Royal Shakespeare Company.