Compass

Pro Bono Consulting For Nonprofits Info Session

Posted on March 21, 2016

Compass to host Information Session for Prospective Clients May 2nd, 9:30-11:30am at Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce. RSVP by April 25 to Elizabeth Elliott at eelliott@compassdc.org

Pro Bono Consulting For Nonprofits

Compass provides strategic pro bono consulting services to Philadelphia-area nonprofits. Compass uses teams of volunteers, most of whom have an MBA from a top business school, to provide consulting assistance in the areas of: Board Development, Funding Strategies, Strategic Alignment, and Strategic Partnerships & Collaborations.

NONPROFIT ELIGIBILITY
Compass clients must meet the following criteria:
• Have 501(c)3 status;
• Minimum of three paid staff members and minimum budget of $750,000;
• Offer services that specifically benefit the Greater Philadelphia community;
• Not promote a specific religion, or religious or political beliefs.

PROSPECTIVE CLIENT INFORMATION SESSION – MAY 2, 2016

Information session for prospective clients to learn:
• How the Compass program works
• What kind of project would be best for your organization
• How to apply for a Compass project and get selected

Date: May 2, 2016
Time: 9:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
Location: Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce
200 South Broad Street, Suite 700
Philadelphia, PA 19102

RSVP by April 25th to Elizabeth Elliott at eelliott@compassdc.org

PROCESS
• Application available online April 15th with a June 15, 2016 deadline
• Compass announces final client selections in late August.
• Projects run September through May.

FOR MORE INFORMATION
Visit Compass’ website at http://www.compassphilly.org, or contact Executive Director, Beth Dahle at (610) 745-3223 or bdahle@compassphilly.org


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