Boost your Non-Profit impact: Train, Consult & Download the Best Information for you & your Programs
Non-Profit Organizations
If you work with a non-profit working on programs such as animal welfare, youth empowerment, education, community development, hunger, urban agriculture, immigration, the environment—or with a food bank or homeless shelter—ask about our Non-Profit Training and Mentoring Program.
Are you an International Development Organization instead? This might be a better page for you..
For a non-profit organization to be effective in these kinds of programs, non-profit staff need access to the best, up-to-date information and training. We deliver solutions through sound information, tools, training and consulting for non-profit organizations and their staff members.
Projects have included adaptation to climate change, alternate energy, bicycle transportation, conservation, financial literacy, natural resource management, waste management, jobs for youth, and skill training for jobs.
Non-profit partners have come from these developed nations: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Monaco, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Singapore, Spain, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and the United States.
A Non-profit Partner has access to the following support resources:
Information, Training and Consulting. We specialize in providing sound, evidence based information, tools and training around the world for the non-profit profession.
Who are our Non-Profit Partners?
Nonprofit partner.
A Non-profit Partner is an organization interested in providing help to a community to solve a challenge they face. Partners are:
  • A non-profit hoping to increase project impact
  • A concerned citizen group contributing to the development of their own community
In our non-profit program, a partner will design, refine, or improve a real program or  project in a community. Staff work with us to perfect the design, launch and manage an impact oriented project.
A Real Project in a Real Community. What is a Community? A community could be:

  • teens who access a teen drop-in center
  • people who access a food bank
  • an immigration program that helps people to learn to navigate of a new country and a new culture
  • members of a town developing a hiking trail system to increase tourism
  • members of a small town in the Midwest in the process of revitalizing it
  • citizens fundraising for a health center
  • farmers forming a marketing association
  • young families in need of day care
  • the staff of your non-profit
Where are the communities?
A community member in Ontario, California.
Examples of non-profit projects have been in:

  • Montreal Canada: immigrant business skill training
  • Yukon Canada: alternative transportation
  • British Columbia Canada: increasing market access for a remote community of farmers
  • Massachusetts: non-profit fundraising program
  • California: community development
  • Iowa: rejuvenating a dying Iowa town
  • California: integrating a climate action plan into a public health program
  • Hawaii: a design for a watershed management plan for adaptation to climate change
Questions? Contact us..

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