Facente Consulting was hired to design and lead a 2-day retreat to help AIDS United plan for the future of their harm reduction initiatives.
Facente Consulting was selected by the San Francisco AIDS Foundation to ead a year-long strategic planning process that would incorporate the input of more than 200 staff and over 800 donors, volunteers, clients, and external stakeholders, ushering the Foundation into a new era of expanded work and a focus on health justice.
Facente Consulting worked with The Arc San Francisco to guide them in the creation of a strategic plan for 2021-2024 that would increase their focus on equity and propel the organization into a new progressive era of service to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Hamilton Families asked Facente Consulting to assist them in developing a 3-year strategic plan to cultivate organizational excellent, strengthen high-impact services for homeless families during the pandemic recovery period, and design an advocacy program to drive systemic change for hte future.
Even before COVID-19 made “Zoom” a household word, Facente Consulting worked with Hep C Free Allegheny to virtually facilitate a strategic planning process for the hepatitis C elimination initiative, cutting costs and maximizing efficiency while planning their next three years of priorities.
Facente Consulting has helped ASTDA reach consensus on the Association’s mission, vision, values, and key initiatives through a series of half-day Board retreats.
Facente Consulting was hired during the formation of End Hep C SF to provide “backbone support” for this collective impact initiative, assist with strategic planning, and lead research and surveillance activities to monitor progress toward hepatitis C elimination.
The DeLIVER Care van hired Facente Consulting to facilitate a series of meetings to help them strategize around staff turnover and sustainability, improving financial sustainability, creating a community action board, and systematizing volunteer engagement.
Leadership of the San Francisco AIDS Foundation reached out to Facente Consulting and asked them to create a “mini strategic plan” for their goal of creating a comprehensive network of health and wellness services for people over the age of 50 who are living with HIV, taking into account the changing dynamics brought on by the the COVID-19 pandemic.
Facente Consulting was selected to assist a local health jurisdiction in Maryland with strategically planning and implementing their Ending the HIV Epidemic program, creating a replicable process to aid other health departments in delivering similar services in the future.
Openhouse hired Facente Consulting to lead a strategic planning process designed to shift the organization’s emphasis toward a deliberate focus on LGBTQ+ seniors who have been forced to demonstrate the greatest resilience despite longstanding structural and individual racism, classism, homophobia, and/or transphobia.
Facente Consulting supported the San Francisco Black Led Organizations Coalition (SFBLOC) by reviewing a draft of their first-ever strategic plan, and provide substantive recommendations for the final document, creating a strong foundation for the Coalition’s future work.