We open up new possibilities for our clients and the individuals and families each client serves. From our base in Indianapolis, we have served approximately five hundred organizations worldwide.
Clients include professional services firms and agencies, product-oriented companies, universities, governments, nonprofit and non-government organizations, and philanthropic foundations.
The gallery below gives a few examples of our work.
We have designed and several projects for clients the arenas of mobile health, food systems, and daily health. For example, at Felege Hiywot Center, the urban gardening and education center pictured here, we led the creation of the organization's strategic plans and advised the executive director and board on strategy and operations. The center has become a model for science-based education and nutrition programs. Our strategic planning activities have enabled this nonprofit to attract a steady flow of funding from philanthropic foundations and companies.
Aspen Impact occasionally partners with other entities to do organizational design and strategy projects. For example, each year we lead consulting engagements for the Indiana Youth Institute, a statewide entity with $8 million in annual revenue. Our IYI clients range from childhood education programs to community service enterprises to health and safety initiatives. With our guidance and assistance, groups such as this Head Start program, pictured at left, have established long-term visions; attracted financial support from government agencies, private and community foundations, corporations, and individual donors; extended learning activities from campus to home; and improved academic learning, fitness, and social skills among those they serve.
Aspen Impact creates marketing content, business plans, and operational designs for clients across the private sector. In the real estate market, each year we produce campaign materials for one of the leading brokerages on the West Coast. Our team has generated revenue and efficiency gains on the order of several million dollars for companies in professional services, life sciences, retail, and other business fields.
At institutions of higher education such as Harvard University, pictured here, our team does a variety of strategy and research projects. We have produced studies on campus operations management, publications on educational outcomes for students, and guidance for government officials on the merits of for-profit universities. Our founder is currently involved in a digital and blended learning initiative that will enable Harvard alumni to take courses online and in-person years after graduation.
We work with nonprofit agencies, foundations, businesses, and other entities to envision and plan the future of communities. One of our clients, Cardinal Greenways, connects cities throughout central and eastern Indiana. During our involvement, we guided strategic planning and fundraising initiatives that enabled the organization to upgrade its landmark building, the Cardinal Depot; merge multiple trail lines; and extend the paved trail to sixty miles. The trail now reaches the state border and enables bikers, walkers, and other exercisers to connect to trails into Ohio and beyond.
On behalf of philanthropic foundations, we have guided nonprofit organizations to generate -- or preserve -- substantial operating resources. Along the, way, our teams' County Impact program designs have equipped foundations to address pressing physical health needs among residents, our Partnership Assessment Frameworks have provided the basis for successful collaborations between grant recipients, and our Grant Making Policy and Practice Guides have enabled fund managers to align their community investments with their missions. We have worked with foundations whose asset bases range from $10 million to $10 billion.