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WE HELP BOLD LEADERS

BUILD BOLD ORGANIZATIONS

Advise Leaders | Build Organizations | Create Compelling Communications

Do you want your nonprofit to be organized and less stressful?

Capital Fundraising

Contemplating and preparing for large scale fundraising projects takes courage and planning. Our team can help you assess your ability to initiate a campaign then plan and manage it to success.
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Strategy

One-day or two-day sessions can help you organize your universe. Having an outside facilitator frees you to participate in the fundraising or organization strategy sessions and allows your team to feel safe enough to bring new ideas.
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We know, we've been there. We understand the pressure of wanting to succeed, but being unaware of how to get there. Do you need help telling your story, planning an event, organizing your accounting and human resources department? We can help.

3 Easy Steps

Step 2:
Talk to our Team
Step 3:
Create your plan for success

How we can help:

Brand Development:
Website Design and Management | Social Media Management

Fundraising Strategy and Services:
Direct Mail Projects | Online Giving | Donor Database Services
Capital Campaign Strategy and Services
Special Event Marketing and Management
Business Managements Services:
Human Resources | Accounting Service
Organizational Assessments
BOLD organizations have the tools, training, and strategy to be a successful nonprofit. They never let chaos or complacency overcome their mission.
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What our Clients say

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Dave, Thank you for taking the time to come and invest in us and Just One Africa. Your input is greatly valued and your care felt deeply. I know the seeds that were planted and the prayers and efforts that will water them will bring forth good fruit and lives will be impacted and transformed. Thank you for being JUST ONE!

Living on Purpose, Clay & Amy Churchill
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Friends… this life would be awful without them :) But honestly, having a friend who can encourage and share the insights of much needed information is a special kind of frosting...but I just want you to know from my heart that I really do appreciate you! Until next time, Dave!

Blessings, Jill Chandler
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I feel blessed having the opportunity to work with Dave. He has great advice about connecting donors to nonprofits in a fun, meaningful way. He speaks from experience and knows how to guide fundraisers through the challenging business of managing finances, relationships, staff and maximizing return on investment.

Lisa Jackson - Executive Director
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Many thanks for your investment of time and ideas in the development of Legacy and the dreams of the students we embrace. Your wealth of experience and people skills are inspiring to me! It is good to hear from a person who has been in the thick and muck of the nonprofit world. Thank you for all of your streamline ideas and strategies to help us improve! Thank you for your commitment to wanting to make Fargo a better place for all people. You have created ideas that have made Legacy a more impactful connection between people with resources and children who lack them. Thank you Dave!

Mary Jean Dehne - Legacy Children’s Foundation
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Don’t wait. Take your nonprofit to new heights

Contact Bold Leading today. Talk with our team. Create your plan for success.

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