A full-service fundraising communications firm, we specialize in developing strategies and digital tools that increase awareness, participation and giving at educational institutions, health systems and other non-profit organizations.
In an era of rapidly changing technology and limited attention spans, you need a partner with fundraising savvy and digital expertise.
MainSpring is a certified, woman-owned business. Our team is made up of project managers, designers, writers, programmers, consultants, producers, editors and business development personnel who care about helping fundraisers engage their constituency.
We are all senior in our core competencies, and 70% of our team has been with MainSpring for four or more years. Read more about our founder:
President and Founder
As the founder and president of MainSpring Media Communications, Inc., Stephanie is responsible for the company’s day-to-day operations, as well as leading the strategic planning of projects, business development and implementation of new technology.
Her fundamental vision for MainSpring was to assist fundraisers more effectively grow participation and contributions by integrating digital tools with traditional fundraising methods. Under Stephanie’s leadership, MainSpring is at the forefront of innovation and technology for effective digital fundraising.
Stephanie holds a B.A. in Economics and Public Policy from Duke University…She has over 15 years of fundraising experience and has a proven track record of increasing engagement and giving at a broad base of institutions. Stephanie has contributed an excerpt on innovative email strategies in Bob Burdenski’s publication, Online Innovations in Annual and Regular Giving: Ten Dozen Departures That Worked and has participated as a speaker in his Annual Giving workshop. Stephanie has been invited to speak on fundraising at many conferences including CASE, North East Annual Giving Conference, Association of Advancement Services Professionals (AASP), Academic Impressions and the Annual Giving Directors’ Consortium.
When asked where MainSpring will be in five years:
In five years we will be doing exactly what we're doing now - helping fundraisers raise more money digitally but all of the tools will be a little different...just like they were five years ago. We’ll continue to stay on top of the trends to determine what works and what doesn’t in a fundraising application, so our clients don’t have to.
– Stephanie Rasamny