Impact Philanthropy Group president and founder, Elizabeth Kilpatrick, has 20 years management, fundraising, marketing and strategic planning experience with a range of organizations from major universities to strictly volunteer-driven grassroots organizations. A passion for working with people who dream big and care deeply but are often limited in the impact they can make by lack of funds led to the creation of Fundraising Impact Kits, which combine fundraising consulting services and customized tools to help non-profits create diversified fundraising and marketing programs for a reasonable cost.
held the position of National Director of Development for Cure Autism Now (now
Autism Speaks) and Director of Development for the Alzheimer’s Association of
Orange County. She has held fundraising
positions with Goodwill Industries of Southern California and the University of
Southern California. Prior to her work in
the non-profit field, Kilpatrick worked as Manager of Quality Program
overseeing ISO 9000 certification for Archive Corporation and Conner
Peripherals. She is a Handley Walker
certified lead assessor of management systems, a member of the founding
committee for the International Meeting for Autism Research and former Vice
President of Membership for the Greater Los Angeles Chapter of the Association
of Fundraising Professionals.
In addition to Elizabeth, Impact Philanthropy Group utilizes a variety of other non-profit, fundraising and marketing experts to help fulfill client's visions.
We have worked with the following organizations (partial list):
Chaka Khan Foundation
Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media
Association of All Great Retailers
Coalition for SafeMinds
Coryell Autism Center
Focus on All Children Therapies,
Talk About Curing Autism
Westside Children’s Center