I've been where you are right now... As a former Development Director and Executive Director, and now as a fundraising consultant, I understand the constant stress of relying on dozens of time-consuming fundraising strategies that never seem to raise enough money for your organization.
...Which means that your fundraising team will be overworked, overstressed, and constantly anxious about raising enough money in order to fund your programs.
And, worst of all, most non-profit fundraisers (and many board members and Executive Directors) think that a non-profit needs to try every fundraising idea... and pursue every fundraising lead... in order to fund its work. That's why so many organizations are constantly running from event to grant to appeal letter and back again... always anxious about hitting their fundraising goals.
I call this the "fundraising treadmill," because if your non-profit follows this strategy, you'll keep spinning your wheels, and never be able to really grow and thrive.