who we are
Nick Sollog has been in development since 2003. His previous experience includes roles in prospect research and annual giving. In July 2009, Nick formed The Sollog Group to help charitable organizations meet their annual giving and prospect research needs. Most recently, Nick was the Assistant Director of Annual Giving at the University of Richmond where he was in charge of the their phonathon efforts. Prior to that, he served the University of Richmond as a Prospect Research Assistant where he worked with the Law School, Annual Giving, and Major Gifts teams on their research needs. He was a Phonathon Caller for his alma mater Lynchburg College where he raised between $10,000 and $30,000 a semester for the Annual Fund.
Nick is involved in the local community both personally and professionally. He sits on foundation board of the MathScience Innovation Center, past-chair of the Stewardship Committee and is a member of the Vestry at Grace & Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, is a member of the President’s Cabinet Annual Fund Campaign at the Science Museum of Virginia, and a member of Massey Cancer Center’s Massey Alliance. Professionally, he is a member of APRA Int’l, APRA-VA and VAFRE and sits on the boards of APRA-VA and VAFRE.
Nick was born and raised in Richmond, VA. He went on to graduate from Lynchburg College in 2006 with a degree in International Relations. He has received certificates from the University of Richmond’s Institute of Philanthropy in Grant Writing & Management, Fundraising & Development, and Nonprofit Marketing.
what we do
The practice primarily focuses in the areas of Annual Giving and Prospect Research. We have worked with a number of charitable organizations that cross many sectors: health & human services, educational, arts & cultural, and civic & community.
why work with us
Nick Sollog has more than 9 years of experience in the nonprofit sector. His experience brings a unique perspective to each project that he takes on. Combine that with his dedication and passion to helping organizations exceed their expectation and you have a winning combination.