What Barbara's Clients Say About Her


"Within two months, Barbara Jaynes obtained four television interview opportunities for the Audio Information Network of Colorado.  This exposure resulted in new blind, visually impaired, and print disabled individuals registering for our services.  She also scheduled key meetings with several school districts.   Her efforts are helping to expand our programming for students.  Barbara’s enthusiasm and professionalism have increased the marketing capacity of our small non-profit."

Kim Ann Wardlow, Director of Marketing AINC.

“When Barbara takes on a project it becomes “her” project.  I constantly hear her reference the organizations that she works with as “her” charities.  There is no job too big or too small if it will benefit the organizations that she is working with.“

Karen Brown, VP of Grant administration YMCA Boulder Valley

“Barbara understands the current realities of corporate philanthropy and the need to create multi-layered relationships. She knows how to build on a small opening to create a long-term and sustainable source of support through cash contributions, grants, volunteers, and in-kind support leading to business-to-business introductions that grow the circle of your corporate connections.”

Mandy Rigg, Owner Mandy Rigg Consulting

"Working with Barbara is such a motivating and positive experience. I always look forward to meeting with her because I know that it means things are moving forward. She has a knack for making things happen. I feel that Barbara has a clear vision of our mission and she works tirelessly to make certain we succeed. Thank you so much Barbara & Positively-Funded."

Laurie Chin Sayers, Owner Labragirl Film Project

“It has been an absolute pleasure to work with Barbara Jaynes. Barbara’s approach, which centers on creating positive, personal relationships has helped our business nearly double in size. I would recommend her to anyone who is serious about connecting with their community and growing their business.”

Kenny Overby, Owner ATAFMA

"Always bear in mind that your own resolution to succeed is more important than any other."

Abraham Lincoln