How We Help


Generating Revenue to Sustain Your Mission

Assessments & Strategy

  • Fundraising audits
  • Strategic goal setting
  • Growth and operational planning
  • Engagement plans to generate revenue


  • Case for support & message development
  • Solicitation & cultivation tactics
  • Systems evaluations & recommendations
  • Fundraising & promotional events


  • CEO / Senior team thought partnership
  • Fundraising coaching
  • Board facilitation & training
  • Interim executive staffing

We Get Results

AFLLC stepped into the role of Interim Executive Director of the Architects Foundation, the nonprofit partner of the American Institute of Architects (AIA). Over a year-long engagement, AFLLC worked with the organization’s Board to refocus priorities toward its diversity advancement scholarship program, resulting in a quadrupling of the number of annual diversity scholarships and a $1M grant from the AIA. AFLLC returned to conduct a feasibility study for an anticipated $10M endowment campaign for the preservation and use of the historic Octagon House, a building owned and currently operated as a house museum in Washington D.C.

“Alexion Fischer filled a critical void for our organization.  As interim executive directors, they helped our Board and staff refocus our programs, sharpen our message, and develop a fundraising plan we can realistically implement.”

Jeffery Potter
Chair of the Board, Architects Foundation

The National Building Museum (NBM) engaged AFLLC to conduct preliminary research regarding the Museum’s planned $25M capital campaign to fund its Master Plan, designed to improve NBM’s physical orientation and provide a more robust visitor experience. The engagement included drafting a case for support and then testing it via in-person interviews with approximately 30 of NBM’s donors, Board of Directors, selected staff and other stakeholders, while simultaneously identifying potential campaign leadership and supporters prior to the creation a full capital campaign plan.

“Alicia and Celia led our senior staff and outside stakeholders through some essential conversations, asking the hard questions with diplomacy and humor.”

Betsy Salazar
Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, National Building Museum

AFLLC conducted a full development assessment for Food & Friends involving in-depth interviews with current donors and a range of stakeholders, review of fundrising strategies and tactics, analysis of fundraising performance, and an evaluation of staffing structure. The assessment was presented to the board of directors and its recommendations were deployed over an 18-month period to significantly raise the effectiveness of their development operation.

“I hope you feel proud of the work, knowing that your recommendations through the Development Assessment were incredibly helpful to how we approach our fundraising and communications.”

Carrie Stoltzfus, MPH
Executive Director, Food & Friends

Alexion Fischer LLC
4938 Hampden Lane #272
Bethesda, Maryland 20814

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