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Friends of Recovery Café

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Ostara was a critical part of the Friends of Recovery Café $11 million comprehensive capital campaign. We helped develop and coordinate the campaign’s execution, staffed a volunteer campaign committee, engaged the board around donor solicitation strategy, and assisted with the plans for donor stewardship and appreciation.
 

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First Testimonial Body

Selecting The Ostara Group to create a strategic roadmap to complete our capital campaign was a brilliant decision. One of Ostara’s greatest assets is the range of expertise they provide—from donor data organization to training for volunteers on how to make an effective ask. Their counsel during that time continues to inform our current fundraising strategies and strategic decision making.

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First Client Name
David Coffey, Executive Director
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First Company
Friends of Recovery Café
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Second Testimonial Body

Kyle was a talented, fun, and energetic partner for our capital campaign. He is truly committed to building a greater good for us all. His strategic thinking and work with our Board was fundamental to us completing the campaign. In times when a long campaign feels a bit more like a slog then a joyous sprint, Kyle’s enthusiasm and “can do” attitude helped us stay the course.

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Second Client Name
David Coffey, Executive Director
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Second Company
Friends of Recovery Café
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