What You Do Makes A Difference
What if by focusing on your impact, your team became closer, and the world would start to take even more notice of your organization?
It's time to think differently about you invest in giving back. With intentional and simple strategies, managing your impact can save you time and reduce costs while extending the reach of your brand, attracting like-hearted leaders, and empowering you to make a bigger difference.
At Curio412 we work collaboratively with you to align your organizational objectives with philanthropic goals so that you can strategize to improve your bottom line, build relationships, and scale meaningful impact.
What People Are Saying
"We owe a debt of gratitude to Carolyn, for if it wasn’t for her dedication, initiative and vision, I know our organization would not be as special as it truly is."
"Carolyn carries a unique skill set that is most welcoming and helpful. Her level of organization, expertise, and her ability to identify organizational funding potentials is undeniably beneficial in the social sector."
“Every organization understands how important it is evaluate its work as it relates to its mission. To do so, the Pittsburgh North Regional Chamber had an impact assessment completed by Carolyn Keller of Curio412. After a relatively short audit session, she was able to provide us with an impact report that analyzed our performance. This concise, easy to read snapshot was perfect to share with staff, board members, donors and members to reflect and support our role in the community. In addition, she provided future recommendations for measuring, reporting and scaling our impact. I highly recommend her services to any organization that wants to continually maximize its influence and effectiveness.”
“Her energy, enthusiasm, and the depth of her knowledge has become a valuable asset. I am impressed with her ability to relate to people in all areas of her business and personal life.”
“Without her professional knowledge, passion, and willingness to take on the technical challenges, we would have had significantly more difficult time getting the organization going. I can’t imagine doing this without her having a hand in it.”
It’s the very wrestling with our problems that can be the impetus for our growth.