By Sandy Wiegand, Copyeditor and Writer at Joining Vision and Action Before I take any trip that involves a lot of driving or flying, my to-do list includes downloading a slew of [...]
By Scot Kersgaard, JVA Nonprofits have stories to tell. How do you make YOUR nonprofit stories stand out? If a tree falls in the forest and no one hears it, does it still [...]
By. Scot Kersgaard What will you do to make the world a better place this week? Start a nonprofit? Write a check? Participate in a WalkAThon for some noble cause? Play a [...]
By. Scot Kersgaard Girls just want to build bridges. Oh, hey I’m ripping off a Cyndi Lauper song aren’t I? In the context of this blog I can do that. It’s called [...]
Heard of kickstarter, indiegogo or any other crowd sourced funding websites? They are all very powerful tools that can bring awareness and money to a venture or cause you may have. We [...]
JVA Consulting works with Mile High Council/Comitis Crisis Center to obtain funding for its programs. Click here for a story about Comitis' program for homeless women veterans.
Through a proposal written by JVA, Denver Human Services received a three year grant from the US Labor Department to provide job training to homeless veterans.
JVA conducted the community assessment and business planning leading to the launch of this project.
Arapahoe House uses GPS devices to aid clients recovering from drug and alcohol abuse, a particularly beneficial system for clients who are hard of hearing. JVA wrote the grant proposal to fund this new technology.
JVA Consulting wrote the proposal that secured GEAR UP funding for Denver Public Schools.