Change happens when people see a seemingly insurmountable challenge, a dire problem that needs a solution, senseless suffering that needs relief, and say – we can change this; we can make this better.
That radical belief in our collective power to change – and create the change that drives good – is what inspires the most successful non-proﬁts – and eludes the rest. And in 1987, it’s what inspired our founder to start a non-proﬁt consulting ﬁrm from her kitchen table.
It didn’t matter that she was starting a business in a male-dominated industry. It didn’t matter that what she was doing hadn’t been done before. What mattered was her persistent belief that she and her company could empower the people of non-proﬁts to communicate better. Organize better. Fundraise better. Do everything better. So they can create the change that drives good.
That persistence is what gets us up in the morning, what gives us hope for the future, and fuels our passion.
It’s why we listen more than we talk – so we can better understand you, your people, your organization, and your challenges. It’s why we focus on leadership, empowerment, collaboration, and trust – so you can build the kind of loyalty that inspires action. And it’s why we advocate for new ways of thinking, working, and leading – because lasting change always follows growth.
We can’t promise that rolling up your sleeves to do this work with us isn’t challenging. It takes courage and commitment. But we can promise we’ll be with you every step of the way. And when our journey together is complete, we’ll be the change we’ve all been seeking.
We’ll be the change that drives good.
A beautiful, persistent good