Consultants Resource Bank

Noë Lee

Wishbone, LLC
608 Jarmany Hill Road
Sharon, NH 03458
Phone: 603-903-8516
Website: http://www.com

Wishbone Services

As founder and principal of Wishbone, LLC, I work with non-profit leaders to develop strategies to further the engagement of sustaining and prospective donors with the intent of inspiring philanthropic support. I help to identify, cultivate, and solicit support from prospective donors. I draft compelling narrative materials to showcase your organization’s strengths, to increase your financial capacity, and to articulate your organization’s impact on the community. I have raised millions of dollars for organizations in varied sectors: arts, culture, and humanities; civil rights; education and research; environment; health; human services, international; and public benefit and community improvement. Moreover, the additional expertise of my adjunct consultants can be brought in as needed on a project basis.

Wishbone Clients

Wishbone has worked with clients in varied sectors: arts, culture, and humanities; civil rights; education and research; environment; health; human services, international; and public benefit and community improvement.

Capital Campaigns

Chesterfield Historical Society, Capital Campaign Manger 

1833 Society, Society for the Future, Peterborough Library, Volunteer

Arts, Culture, & Humanities 

  • Monadnock Center for History and Culture
  • Chesterfield Historical Society 
  • Makerspace (MAXT)
  • Utah Film Center
  • Moab Folk Festival

Civil Rights 

  • Holding Out Hope
  • Utah Pride Center

Education & Research 

  • University of Utah
  • Westminster College

Environment 

  • Swaner EcoCenter
  • Earth and Ashes
  • Nevada Railroad Materials

Health 

  • Zahra Charity

Human Services 

  • Ronald McDonald House
  • Jewish Family Service
  • Columbus Community Center
  • Aquaire 
  • Cauliflower Retreat

International 

  • Coci-Nica

Public Benefit & Community Improvement 

  • Utah Council for Citizen Diplomacy
  • Utah Bicycle Coalition
  • Common Studio 

Specialties: Communications - Design Services, Executive - Interim Directorship, Fundraising/Fund Development, Fundraising - Capital Campaigns, Fundraising - Events Planning, Fundraising - Feasibility Studies, Fundraising - Major Gifts/Planned Giving, Grant Writing, Human Resources, HR - Hiring/Termination/Evaluation, Organizational Planning - Mission & Vision Planning, Strategic/Business Plan Development

References

Chesterfield Historical Society
Pam Walton - Board VP
PO Box 204
Chesterfield , NH 03443
603-363-8319

As Interim Executive Director and Capital Campaign Manager of the Chesterfield Historical Society, I manage all aspects of the current capital campaign and work with the board to develop a comprehensive fundraising program for the organization. 

  • Serve as agency liaison to external stakeholders
  • Provide strategic guidance to address complex problems
  • Oversee marketing, public relations, and communications campaigns
  • Manage current capital campaign 
  • Develop project and operating funds, including major gifts and planned giving, from a variety of sources 
  • Plan and execute fundraising events
  • Develop, manage, and evaluate programs 
  • Track spending of restricted funds
  • Ensure compliance with foundation guidelines
  • Cultivate prospective funders; steward current funders
  • Manage recognition of awards, in-kind donations and year-end giving campaign

 

Monadnock Center for History and Culture
Michelle Stahl - Executive Director
19 Grove Street
Peterborough , NH 03458
603-924-3235

I work closely with Michelle Stahl and the board development committee to create a fundraising calendar, vet prospective donors, and prioritize the organization's approach to foundation solicitation. My responsbilities also include drafting compelling narrative materials to be used in fundraising and marketing efforts. 

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