Raise the Bar aims to be a catalyst of change for the organizations with which we work. We are grateful both our clients and the media value the work that we do and the organizations we are able to lift up.
In addition to local and national media features, we regularly present our own workshops and host our own speaking engagements as well. Rooted in best practices and our own thought leadership, our presentations and workshops are customized for delivery to various organizations and audiences. You can learn more about those by visiting our workshop page.
See the success stories from some of our happy clients in our Big Wins below!
In the realm of meaningful partnerships, there are triumphs that echo far beyond the initial collaboration. At Raise the Bar, we take immense pride in our journey with Big Brothers Big Sisters, a partnership that has yielded extraordinary...
In the realm of community support and dedicated philanthropy, there are shining stars whose contributions stand out for their profound impact. Today, we proudly highlight Diana Sheldon, an individual whose commitment and generosity have...
At Raise the Bar, our joy comes from guiding students and helping professionals soar. Recently, a former student of Jennifer's completed our Advanced Grant Development - Federal Proposal Certificate course at ASU Lodestar Center for...
Articles and Media About Raise the Bar
It starts with an apology. On Aug. 22, 2017, Tucson police detectives re-interviewed the survivor of a 2002 sexual assault, apologizing first, then listening as the woman recounted details of the attack she endured as an 18-year-old.
The cost of canceling Dancing With Our Stars, the Diaper Bank of Southern Arizona’s gala fundraiser, due to the COVID-19 pandemic was more than missing local “stars” paired with professional dancers twist, turn, twirl and maybe take a tumble.
Racial inclusion and diversity in Tucson nonprofits is the focus of a free virtual series launching Thursday. Organizers — all Black leaders in Tucson or Phoenix with several years of experience in nonprofits — created the virtual event “Courageous Conversations” to have a safe space where everyone from volunteers to CEOs can have a candid discussion about inclusion, diversity and equality in the nonprofit sector.