Scott Harris is a highly respected nonprofit consultant and trainer who has worked with numerous organizations to help them achieve their fundraising goals and increase their impact in their respective communities. He is the Vice President of Church and Global Engagement at MissionIncrease, a consulting firm that specializes in providing training, coaching, and strategic planning services to nonprofit organizations.

Scott has a deep understanding of the challenges that nonprofits face, having worked in the sector for over two decades. During this time, he has helped hundreds of organizations to develop effective fundraising strategies, build stronger relationships with donors, and improve their operations.

One of the key strengths of Scott’s approach is his emphasis on building relationships. He believes that successful fundraising and nonprofit management require a deep understanding of the needs and motivations of donors, as well as a commitment to building long-term relationships based on trust and mutual respect.

Scott’s expertise in this area is evident in the numerous training programs and workshops he has developed over the years. These programs focus on a range of topics, including donor engagement, board development, and strategic planning. Scott’s workshops are known for being highly interactive and engaging, with participants leaving with practical skills and strategies that they can immediately apply in their work.

In addition to his work with nonprofits, Scott is also a respected author and speaker. His book, “The Fundraising Habits of Supremely Successful Boards,” is a comprehensive guide to building strong and effective fundraising boards. The book has received widespread praise from nonprofit leaders and has been described as a “must-read” for anyone involved in nonprofit management.

Scott is also a frequent speaker at conferences and events, where he shares his insights and expertise on a range of topics related to nonprofit management and fundraising. His presentations are known for being engaging, informative, and practical, providing attendees with concrete strategies and ideas that they can immediately apply in their work.

He is a leading voice in the nonprofit sector, with a wealth of experience and expertise in fundraising, board development, and strategic planning. His commitment to building strong relationships with donors and his focus on practical, actionable strategies make him a valuable resource for nonprofit organizations seeking to increase their impact and achieve their fundraising goals.


Those who attended our workshop were given a copy of the article “The End and Future of the Church/’Parachurch’ Relationship” that he co-wrote with Amy Sherman. You can find a download link HERE