The Community Foundation’s commitment to strengthening and supporting our region’s nonprofit sector includes more than giving financial grants. The Community Foundation’s Common Good Funds will provide resources for grantees’ professional and organizational development. The Foundation has identified six priority areas for Nonprofit Effectiveness in 2013:
- Strategic Planning
- Financial Management
- Board Development
- Resource Development
- Marketing Planning
- Human Resources & Succession Planning
The Community Foundation recognizes each of these areas as important skill sets in these economic times.
Opportunities available to nonprofits include, Nonprofit Toolbox and Nonprofit Scholarships. See below for more information.
The Nonprofit Toolbox provides nonprofit organizations with tools to strengthen their management, governance and operations. Nonprofit Toolbox awards are not financial grants; they are custom-designed packages of management consulting to help solve a key organizational challenge or problem. Organizations selected to receive a Nonprofit Toolbox will work with a specialist who will construct a package of appropriate organizational assistance. Read More
The Community Foundation recognizes that nonprofit boards and staffs benefit from the opportunity to learn from field experts and from their peers through training, workshops and conferences; however, financial resources may not allow for organizations to take advantage of these opportunities as they arise. In order to support organizations and allow them to take advantage of these capacity-building opportunities, The Community Foundation supports organizational development through Read More
Not sure if your organization is eligible to take advantage of these resources? If you have any questions about the Nonprofit Effectiveness opportunities please email us at NonprofitEffectiveness@cfgreateratlanta.org. You may also contact Lita Pardi, Senior Program Officer at 404-688-5525.