What clients are saying about Cora Davidson Consulting:
Carly Colgan, CEO, South Puget Sound Habitat for Humanity (SPSHFH)
"Cora and Heather capture our mission and story in such a compelling way and I am always impressed with the end result. They are well organized, detail oriented and keep our team on track with deliverables and deadlines. We have seen an increase in grant revenue and capacity as a direct result of their hard work and ability to produce quality proposals. Cora and Heather are an incredible asset to our organization and I highly recommend them."
Stacey Waterman-Hoey, Founder, Arbutus Folk School
“I felt an enormous sense of relief when I started working with you two! My experience running our non-profit would have been so much different if I’d met you sooner! I’m so grateful you are who you are, that you listened to me and you took the time to work with me. I just wanted to thank you for helping us get through this COVID crisis! Thank you, thank you!”
Jeri Moomaw, Founder and Executive Director, Innovations Human Trafficking Collaborative (IHTC)
"Working with Cora And Heather has been such a great fit! I appreciate the team work culture and they delivered! We were awarded the first federal grant we ever applied for. It would of never happened without their guidance and support. We are clients for life!"
Cathy Johnson, Executive Director, Rebuilding Together Thurston County (RTTC)
"Rebuilding Together Thurston County has been a satisfied client for over two years. RTTC is a small non-profit that primarily utilizes volunteers for its activities. The organization did not have a volunteer with grant writing expertise and we could not afford to hire a full time grant writer. Contracting with Cora and Heather to provide grant writing expertise has made a tremendous difference to RTTC. With the new grant money we have received through Cora and Heather's efforts, we have been able to help more low income homeowners live in safe and healthy homes. Their knowledge of foundations and organizations have proven very valuable to the financial strength and viability of our organization. Their talents keep low income homeowners in their homes and prevent homelessness."