I love seeing nonprofits win.

As a nonprofit founder, I know what it takes to build and sustain an organization. With particular experience in communication, leadership, consulting, and fundraising, I can help your nonprofit find a new gear and grow in it’s capacity to achieve your mission.

After I started The 25 Group in 2014, I successfully grew our organization to give away nearly a half million dollars in grants in our first six years. We also operated an internship program and consulting services before I handed the reigns to a new leader in 2020.

I have particular interest in business development. As charitable giving rises and falls, organizations increasingly need to generate revenue in sustainable ways. I believe every nonprofit has a money-making opportunity they’re not tapped into, and I love to help them discover it. The 25 Group successfully launched DoGooders, a resale marketplace that generates between $1500-$2000 a month for them and their partners.

I have also served other nonprofits on their leadership teams, as a board member, and as an Executive Director. Contact me if you and the organization you serve are in need of any of the following:

  • Staff Search
  • Organizational Consulting
  • Executive Coaching
  • Grant Writing
  • Policy Implementation
  • Board Training
  • Strategic Planning


24 thoughts on “Nonprofit Business Development

  1. Sounds like an exciting new venture. How will you be selecting the projects and mission efforts you will be blessing through the gifts you raise? I’d love to hear more. . .

    1. Hey Kent! Thanks for the note. I don’t think we’ve met, but I bet we’ve got some mutual friends. Generally, we have a good idea of the projects we’ll be funding in the first stage. As we grow, we’ll probably have some sort of application–simple, but enough to vet organizations and find out if they are a mission match. We will pay special attention to needs that are congruous with the needs mentioned in Matthew 25. Shoot me an e-mail or a FB message if you’d like to talk more.


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