Press ReleaseS


Atlanta, GA, October 6, 2016 --Successful major donor fundraising events in the first half of 2016 brought clients of the Westfall Group ( an average return on investment (ROI) of 5 to 1 -- a figure that has caught the attention of nonprofit organizations around the country. Since 2013, the average gift per family received at Westfall events has risen 64 percent, to $86,800 to date in 2016, up from $53,000.

During the first half of 2016, Westfall’s fundraising totaled almost $50 million, pushing its cumulative fundraising total to more than $530 million since the company’s inception. Seventy- three percent of attendees at a Westfall event committed to donate to the non-profit organization. Donations per event averaged $2.59 million. Read more


Westfall Group Surpasses $500 Million Fundraising Milestone

Atlanta, GA, April 5, 2016 — Westfall Group, a leading provider of major gift development strategies, has announced that it has raised more than $500 million for its clients - breaking client fundraising records and giving hope to some of the world's most vulnerable people.  In 2016, Westfall clients have raised more than $30 million, with donor gifts averaging almost $102,000 in cash and pledges Read more...

Record-Breaking Spring for Westfall Group and Clients

Atlanta, GA, May 30, 2014 — Atlanta’s Westfall Group had a record-breaking spring, raising $58 million for its clients versus $35 million for all of 2013. The average gift of $86,000—from 500 families in attendance—included planned and deferred giving. Since it was founded in 2002, Westfall Group has raised $376 million for its clients. Read more...

Westfall Group Hits Milestone, Raises Over $300 Million for Clients

Atlanta, GA, December 15, 2013 — When Bob Westfall became an independent fundraising consultant back in 2000, he hoped to help some clients and make ends meet. After tasting success, he founded Westfall Group in 2002 and his goals became a bit loftier. “My dream was to help our clients raise $15 million in five years,” says Westfall, from his office in Atlanta. But instead of $15 million, they raised $55 million, and the writing was on the wall that something special was happening. Read more...