Just like you, DCG cares about enriching people’s lives and strengthening communities.

This year, we celebrate 10 years of helping non-profits, charities, donors and volunteers make a difference. From our home on the Canadian prairies, we offer our passion, expertise, and experience to support and elevate the sector across the nation.


DCG Philanthropic Services Inc. is a national consulting firm headquartered in Saskatchewan. Our firm specializes in fundraising, sponsorships, research, strategy and communication services to support the needs of clients in the non-profit sector across Canada.

Let’s make a difference, together. 

Our boutique firm provides direct involvement and oversight on all projects by a team of very skilled and dedicated staff. We have significant breadth of experience in every aspect of fundraising and are considered leaders in our sector. DCG’s diverse team is passionate about working ‘hands on’ with organizations like yours to enhance their fund development success. DCG Associates have experience working on campaigns from $500,000 to over $150M, locally, provincially, and across Canada.

Highlighted Campaigns

DCG in the Community

The Humboldt Broncos Tribute Campaign Has Launched!

DCG is honoured to announce the launch of the Humboldt Bronocos Tribute Campaign. The approx. $25M capital campaign aims to build a state-of-the-art tribute and memorial centre that will make a generational impact on team sports and communities across Canada.

Much like the tragedy on April 6, 2018, this ground-shaking legacy campaign will touch hearts and leave a lasting affect throughout our nation and beyond.

Learn more about it here.

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Wayne Brownlee Receives Usask Lifetime Achievement Award


Photo credit: University of Saskatchewan

DCG would like to extend our utmost congratulations to our long-time friend, Wayne Brownlee, for his exceedingly deserving recognition as the recipient of the 2021 Usask Lifetime Achievement Award.

This award recognizes a graduate for an outstanding lifetime of accomplishments and contributions to the social, cultural and economic well-being of society.” – Usask

Read the article here.

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