Development Associates International

Colorado Springs, CO

Founded: 1996

Tel: (719) 598-7970

Website: http://www.daintl.org

Top LeaderMrs. Jane Overstreet

Donor Contact: Ms. Nancy Tibert

Member Since: February 9, 2009


Financial Data

Revenue  
   Cash Donations $5,190,069
   Noncash Donations $0
   Other Revenue $69,608
   Total Revenue $5,259,677
Expenses  
   Total Expenses $5,646,627
Excess (or Deficit)
   for the Year
$-386,950
Other $0
Total Change
   in Net Assets
$-386,950
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Total Assets $1,196,952
Total Liabilities $336,343
Net Assets $860,609
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The mission of Development Associates International is to enhance the integrity and effectiveness of Christian leaders worldwide so that the Church can fulfill its role in extending the Kingdom of God. We do this by coming alongside Christian leaders with educational resources, mentoring, consulting and connecting. Our focus is on spiritual formation as well as leadership and management from a biblical perspective. DAI's goal is to help leaders make space for the Holy Spirit to bring change in their personal lives, their leadership and ultimately for them to be agents of transformation in their communities.

Become a champion for DAI's ministry and advocate for Christian leaders around the world. For you as a champion, we will: send you a DAI shirt, provide the tools that make it easy to introduce DAI to your circle of friends, send you a monthly email with prayer requests for staff, students and their community, and make it easy for you to fundraise for DAI by providing you with a personal fundraising page.
Transform the way Christian leaders lead in over 70 countries by providing them with a DAI workshop, mentor, or consultant. "I noticed that a major gap in leadership in my country has been character. The DAI program's main focus is restoring godly character in leadership. Without this element of character in leadership, whatever is acquired remains head knowledge without lasting impact. This is why we have many skilled but corrupt leaders." ~ Aggrey, 2016 DAI graduate from Uganda
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