We empower small- and medium-sized nonprofits to own their impact stories. Nonprofits who work with us are able to confidently tell clear and convincing impact stories.

We also work with foundations and corporate CSRs in joining nonprofits in telling masterful impact stories.

We humanize and uncomplicate program evaluation so it’s within the day-to-day reach of nonprofits. We build data and storytelling systems and capacity embedded in your workflow, as well as ongoing coaching to ensure sustainability and success

We partner with our clients to generate knowledge positioned for social justice, equity, and returning power to those who have been disenfranchised.

  • Blue Ridge Health Department (formally Thomas Jefferson Health District)
  • Bread & Roses, Trinity Episcopal Church
  • Camp Holiday Trails
  • Center for Nonprofit Excellence (Charlottesville)
  • CFA Institute
  • Charlottesville City of Promise
  • Charlottesville/Albemarle SPCA
  • CIMA Consulting
  • City of Hampton
  • Community Foundation for a greater Richmond
  • Community Foundation of the Northern Shenandoah Valley
  • Core Knowledge Foundation
  • Culpeper Wellness Foundation
  • Cultivate Charlottesville
  • Dan River Nonprofit Network
  • Dixon Family
  • Fluvanna/Louisa Housing Foundation
  • Fredericksburg Area Fundraising Executives
  • Genworth Foundation
  • Geriatric Collaborative of Central Virginia
  • Grace & Main Miniseries
  • GRACE Task Force (Albemarle/Charlottesville Police)
  • Jefferson Area Board for Aging
  • JustKids Christian Academy
  • Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection of the University of Virginia
  • Laurie Mitchell Empowerment and Career Center
  • LEAP for Local Food
  • Legal Aid Justice Center – Charlottesville
  • Lighthouse Studios
  • Madison House
  • Charlottesville/Albemarle Mental Health and Wellness Coalition
  • Mind & Life Institute
  • Mountaintop Montessori
  • Music Resource Center
  • National Scholarship Providers Association
  • Partner for Mental Health (previously Mental Health America)
  • PATH Foundation
  • PB&J Fund
  • Petersburg Symphony Orchestra
  • Piedmont Housing Alliance
  • Rappahannock-Rapidan Community Services
  • Region Ten Community Services Board, Child & Family Center
  • Schaberg Foundation
  • The Center (formally Senior Center, Inc.)
  • The Women’s Center
  • Thomas Jefferson Planning District Corporation
  • Tricycle Urban Ag
  • United Way of Greater Charlottesville (formally Thomas Jefferson Area)
  • University of Virginia, Department of Environmental Sciences
  • University of Virginia School of Law, Child Advocacy Clinic
  • Virginia Chapter of the American Society of Healthcare Risk Management
  • Virginia Department of Education
  • Virginia Film Festival
  • Virginia Funders Network Advisory Board
  • Virginia Legal Aid
  • VOCAL

Don’t just take our word for it.

I just want to express that the clarity and soundness of reasoning that your map/documents brought to our work has been TRANSFORMATIONAL as in it literally has reframed some of the work that development is doing – we are no longer being treated as unhelpful antagonists by development, and in large part the way your work encapsulated ours from a big-picture perspective helped us get there! Thank you thank you!

-Rose Cole,
Director of Community Engagement
Madison House

Our team didn’t have the capacity to create the impact measurement tool without the help of Partnerships for Strategic Impact. The Strategic Impact Map helped our stakeholders understand our focus areas and what evidence-based approaches help move the needle. Our stakeholders are looking forward to the next phases of the project.

-Mollie Brooks
Genworth Foundation

I want to thank you again for the Strategic Impact Map workshop you led. Our organization used your recommendation to consolidate some of our core strategies, cutting them down from 5 to 3 and are using the Strategic Impact Map to guide data tracking. I know you’re on a personal mission to help improve the work of the local non-profit sector, so I want to make sure you know that you’re fulfilling your goals.

-Tyler Herman
Manager of Agency Relations and Programs
Blue Ridge Area Food Bank

Don’t just take our word for it.

I just want to express that the clarity and soundness of reasoning that your map/documents brought to our work has been TRANSFORMATIONAL as in it literally has reframed some of the work that development is doing – we are no longer being treated as unhelpful antagonists by development, and in large part the way your work encapsulated ours from a big-picture perspective helped us get there! Thank you thank you!

-Rose Cole,
Director of Community Engagement
Madison House

Our team didn’t have the capacity to create the impact measurement tool without the help of Partnerships for Strategic Impact. The Strategic Impact Map helped our stakeholders understand our focus areas and what evidence-based approaches help move the needle. Our stakeholders are looking forward to the next phases of the project.

-Mollie Brooks
Genworth Foundation

I want to thank you again for the Strategic Impact Map workshop you led. Our organization used your recommendation to consolidate some of our core strategies, cutting them down from 5 to 3 and are using the Strategic Impact Map to guide data tracking. I know you’re on a personal mission to help improve the work of the local non-profit sector, so I want to make sure you know that you’re fulfilling your goals.

-Tyler Herman
Manager of Agency Relations and Programs
Blue Ridge Area Food Bank
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