Turning Organizational Problems into Opportunities
The GOLD Beacon fulfills your agency's
strategic, development, and training needs.
Managing a program is tough enough. Finding sustainable funding through grants is what we do to support you.
Do you have a goal you’re trying to achieve but don’t know where to begin? We guide you through the structure required to achieve success.
From Curriculum Development to Instruction, our team prepares the knowledge you are seeking to share with the world.
Building your dream is us succeeding in ours. Personal and program development is necessary for you to continue to reach your goals.
What Our Clients Say
"Kim Henry brings strong organizational and interactional skills when working with clients on proposals for funding. She is astute in reviewing guidelines for funding and in developing written responses that are in keeping with the funders' expectations. She is an asset to our grant writing team."
Gary Bess Associates
Project Program Coordinator
KSJ & Associates, Inc
"Intelligent, driven, and ambitious, Kimberly thrives in environments where she is able to lead large groups of people. She commands a presence and presents herself as a leader people want to follow."
Stephen Humphreys, PhD
Grant writing/research is so tedious, and I just don't have the time. But Kimberly is a GEM! She thoroughly researched each grant and then ranked them in order by the ones that I would be most likely to get. She contacts the Grant Managers and talks to them to get a better idea of our odds, and then creates a comprehensive strategy to help you grow. She is worth her weight in gold. It would have taken me months to put together the product that she seamlessly put together. I really don't know how she does it. She's a damn genius and worth every penny.
Gary Bess, PhD
Garrett Kitterman, MA
Beacon: a source of light or inspiration
Beacons are centered.
Beacons are self-sustaining.
Beacons guide you to where you want to be.
Beacons are there when you need them most.
"Real change, enduring change happens one step at a time."
Ruth Bader Ginsburg