Membership

LEARN MORE


A start-up, turn-around, or average scale solution will run you roughly $10,000 per month. 

Our memberships enable our clients to spend just a fraction of that amount each month.

You must qualify for the offset membership program. Talk to an associate to receive the assessment to find out if you are eligible. 

 Using proven methodologies and frameworks, Spring Oath Consulting provides ongoing monthly and unlimited service options for either general management, project-specific management, lead generation/donor acquisition, or implementation services. It's like having a partner, mentor, or extra employee on an ongoing and monthly basis. Furthermore, you will have unlimited documents and collateral review (within reason). An extra addition to these memberships is a number of skilled labor hours and additional skilled labor hour prices that vary per package based on your business or nonprofit's revenue.

If you follow our recommendations, we'll guarantee that your company or nonprofit will move up a revenue bracket.


Remember, every $300 in membership contributions supports one new business or nonprofit under $100k in annual revenue in our Equal Opportunity Program.

Under $50k

$200 Monthly

​3 Skilled Labor Retainer Hours
Additional Skilled Labor Retainer Hours At $60 An Hour

Talk To Associate

$50k - $100k

$400 Monthly

5 Skilled Labor Retainer Hours

Additional Skilled Labor Retainer Hours At $80 An Hour

Talk To Associate

$100k - $500k

$600 Monthly

7 Skilled Labor Retainer Hours

Additional Skilled Labor Retainer Hours At $100 An Hour

Talk To Associate

$500k - $1m

$1000 Monthly

10 Skilled Labor Retainer Hours

Additional Skilled Labor Retainer Hours At $120 An Hour

Talk To Associate

With a membership, your team has access to the following skilled labor retainer options:

  • Assisting and supporting management.
  • Assisting the front office team.
  • Assisting with the implementation of recommended solutions.
  • Assisting with inventory control.
  • Benchmarking
  • Building a consensus and commitment around corrective action.
  • Creating a new business
  • Data analyzing
  • Department building
  • Doing the “dirty work,” such as laying off staff.
  • Facilitating client learning—that is, teaching you how to resolve similar problems in the future.
  • Grant research services
  • Grant review services
  • Grant writing services
  • Identifying problems

  • Influencing other people, such as lobbyists.
  • Initiating change
  • Interviewing clients
  • Interviewing customers
  • Interviewing experts
  • Making a diagnosis, which may necessitate redefinition of the problem.
  • Making PowerPoints
  • Making recommendations based on the diagnosis.
  • Mystery shopping (the method of pretending to be a customer and experience a competitor’s products and services)
  • Organizing staff meetings and updating calendars.
  • Performing basic admin duties including printing, sending emails, and ordering office supplies. 

  • Performing market research.
  • Permanently improving organizational effectiveness.
  • Processing company receipts, invoices, and bills.
  • Providing expertise in a specific market.
  • Providing information to a client.
  • Providing objectivity.
  • Researching internal knowledge database.
  • Researching the internet.
  • Reviving an organization.
  • Studying reports by independent parties.
  • Supplementing existing staff.
  • Surveying
  • Teaching and training employees.