Much like you, we are in motion to build new things and brighter futures. Come back to check out where we’ve been and help us dream where to go next.
2020 will be the tipping point for conversations about race and equality and industries, as well as organizations will need to find their way to not only lead well, but also by example. Leap + PIvot is leading the way by connecting emerging voices at the grassroots level across traditions to encourage people of faith to speak at a time when their voices are needed most. #faithmustspeak
For more than eight years, Race the Landing 5k series provided a fundraising mechanism to support an historical community resource, Charles Towne Landing. With the help of Leap + Pivot, Race the Landing was able to expand their financial success, community visibility, and relationships with the local business community.
Speaking about race and equity is not enough. Organizations must rise to the call to create leaders who are equipped to actively make a difference, and will commit to creating the needed changes to end racism. The Baltimore-Washington Conference of The United Methodist Church chose L+P to develop an active identity to heighten awareness of their social witness in response to racial injustice.
Education matters. Leap + Pivot partnered with the Denmark-Olar Peer Educators to build a strategic communications and development plan to amplify their work as one of the nation's leading models to reduce the rate of teen pregnancies and help students connect with trained peer educators DOPE’s expansive focus on teen health and wellness continues to empower students in a rural improvised community to leap to brighter futures.
2020 is calling for new leaders to step up and rally communities to take charge of their future and forward momentum for change. L+P is pleased to partner with the Melissa Fisher Campaign for Allen County County Council At-Large to build their narrative, visual identity, and digital presence (website) for Forward with Fisher as the launch point into a brighter future impacting the third-largest county in Indiana.