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Inspire donors | Engage volunteers | Do more good


Without the right messaging, you’ll waste a ton of time and money raising support instead of doing good.

Get funded.

Inspire donors to contribute to your cause.

Get help.

Invite volunteers to join your mission.

Get re-energized.

Feel hopeful about your work again.


You’re doing incredible work, and you’d do more of it—if only you had more funding and more volunteers. It’s discouraging, even disillusioning, to lack the right resources to make a real difference. Shouldn’t people be giving their time and money to things that matter?

Here’s the problem: Even if you manage to get in front of willing donors and volunteers, there’s a lot of competition for people’s resources. That means that if your message isn’t clear, it’s getting trampled.

Through 12 years of experience with nonprofit organizations, and as a StoryBrand Certified Guide, I’ve learned how to craft messages that inspire people to get behind your cause.


Step 1

Schedule a free discovery call.

We’ll chat about your organization—what’s working, what’s not, your hopes for the future, and your next steps.

Step 2

Focus your message.

Discover the right words to describe what you do, why you do it, and how people can be a part of your efforts.

Step 3

Engage more
donors and volunteers.

Use your clarified messaging to grow your resources and make a real and lasting difference in your community.

When we were first starting our new church, we felt uncertain about how to get the word out. Kelley brought her many years of communication experience, her exceptional character, and a care and compassion that is just not common in most companies. She got to know our leadership and our culture, and it was clear we weren’t just a “project” for her. She was invested in helping us succeed. We now have a fully established and chartered church, thanks to her help.
Dustin Keele

Worship & Production Director, Elevation Church STL

No one will care about your organization if they can’t connect with you. Kelley is able to humanize organizations, show empathy, and help you build those connections. Suddenly people will say, “You get me,” and they’ll be willing to get on board. Kelley took the reins of our membership site and breathed personality into our offering, helping us double our membership.
Kevin Hendricks

Editorial Director, Center for Church Communiction