Madera Group is a communications and development agency dedicated to helping clients reach and engage supporters and donors.

Message from Kath Delaney
Founder of Madera Group

 

I founded Madera Group 10 years ago to use my expertise and skills in strategic communications, fundraising, and project management to grow organizations and communities both on the ground and online.

Madera Group has been fortunate to represent and advise global leaders and social innovators who are in the forefront of climate change solutions, the local food revolution, education reform, new economic systems, green technology, and women’s leadership.

I am blessed to work alongside Madera’s consulting team who are as smart as they come, committed, and highly
creative professionals. As we begin our 10th year of business we are currently available for new projects. If you want to learn more about our services, consultants, and clients please let me know.

I wish you much success in your work and look forward to hearing from you!

All my best,

Kath Delaney

Angel Azul Goes to Salt Lake City!

Posted by Aaron Steinfeld on February 26, 2014

Angel Azul Goes to Salt Lake City!

a post by Kath Delaney   Last night Marcy Cravat and I arrived in majestic Salt Lake City for several events surrounding the premier of Angel Azul!  Tonight we launch Marcy’s film Angel Azul into the world after 2 years of hard work and dedication by our families, supporters, donors, staff and interns. The Utah Film[.....]

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Fundraising Workshops with Madera Group

Posted by Aaron Steinfeld on February 20, 2014

Fundraising Workshops with Madera Group

What a great week we had presenting Madera’s Fundraising Workshop to two enterprising Bay Area organizations, KUMU and Women Get It Done. Kath Delaney led the interactive sessions, helping each organization jumpstart their fundraising efforts in 2014. Working with Women Get It Done, Kath shared insights and tactics designed to help this dynamic young leadership[.....]

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How Women Invest

Posted by Aaron Steinfeld on February 11, 2014

How Women Invest

a blog post by Angela Remington    As of 2013, women accounted for 13% of Forbes’ 400 List, a list of America’s wealthiest people, a 1% increase from 2012.Some self-made, such as Oprah Winfrey and Meg Whitman, others who inherited their wealth, like Christy Walton, the richest woman in the United States, or Laurene Powell[.....]

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