Steve Dubiel, Executive Director

“Heidi Thomson-Daly served as Interim Development Director at EarthCorps in 2012. Heidi was organized, enthusiastic, effecient, and effective. She kept us focused and on track to meet our goals. She helped us reimagine our largest fundraiser which generated record revenue. I could not imagine having gone through a development director transition without Heidi. She is fabulous!”


Whatcom Community College Foundation champions the needs of students and the initiatives of Whatcom Community College by providing educational opportunities for all students, regardless of their financial resources, and supporting the College’s high-quality programs and outstanding faculty.


Committed to ensuring all grieving children receive the emotional support they need, the mission of Safe Crossings Foundation is to be a leader in funding services that help grieving children heal.

Nancy Whitlock, Executive Director

“Heidi is one of the most professional, enthusiastic and passionate individuals that I have ever had the opportunity to work with. As an event strategist she takes an extremely holistic approach, first looking at the big picture and doing detailed analysis before making recommendations and developing the event strategy. She is energizing and inspiring and knows all the right questions to ask that have helped steer Nature Consortium down the right path for our event planning. When I’m asked for consultant referrals in the non-profit event world, she’s the first, and only, person I recommend. Any organization that has the good fortune to work with Heidi will benefit tenfold!”

Rachelle Nesta, Board Member and Development Chair

“Heidi’s expertise in fundraising and nonprofit management is second to none. As the Interim Director of Development at WestSide Baby, Heidi set up systems to ensure we were able to maximize our philanthropic efforts and created tracking and reporting systems to both inform and motivate the Board. I highly recommend Heidi to any nonprofit looking for someone to offer both strategic, high-level insight as well as usable, applicable tools.”

Ina Clark, Vice President of Development

“After working with Heidi in her role as a consultant to the Ms. Foundation for Women I can say that I trust her completely to bring an “A” game, without question, all the time. While on a cross-country project she led vital ground work for a new initiative, gracefully navigated multiple needs, and developed a strategic project plan that took into account our unique goals. Heidi brings comprehensive knowledge of fundraising and an immense ability to understand people and connect them with to her work. She was a pleasure to work with and I highly recommend her!”


An international nonprofit organization, iLEAP inspires and renews social leaders and global citizens through integrated leadership programs that ignite hope and transformation in the world.


Located in Olympia, Hands on Children’s Museum stimulates curiosity, creativity and learning through fun, interactive exhibits and programs for children, families and school groups.


Dedicated to building a global community through local environmental service, EarthCorps trains emerging environmental leaders from across the United States and around the world.


The first stop on the journey out of homelessness for women and children of Seattle, Mary’s Place, the only day center of its kind in King County, empowers homeless women and children to reclaim their lives.