Compass Pro Bono Information Session

Posted by Compass Philly on March 26, 2018


If you are considering applying for a Compass pro bono consulting project, please join us on April 25 to hear about Compass’ client application process. At this optional Information Session for prospective clients, you’ll find out:

  • 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: Wednesday, April 25

Time: 9:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.

Location: Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce
The Bellevue Philadelphia
200 South Broad Street, Suite #700
Philadelphia, PA 19102


Compass’ Client Application for 2018-19 will be available on April 13 for Greater Philadelphia nonprofits. The deadline for applications is June 8 at 5:00 p.m. Clients will be selected in August, and projects will begin in September.


In addition to Philadelphia, Bucks, Chester, Delaware, and Montgomery counties, we will be offering services to nonprofits in Camden County, New Jersey.
Compass will offer a fifth service line – Strategic Marketing – along with Board Development, Funding Strategies, Strategic Alignment, and Strategic Partnerships & Collaborations.

Compass Clients must meet the following criteria:

  • Have 501(c)(3) status
  • Have a minimum of three full-time paid staff members and a minimum budget of $750,000
  • Provide services that specifically benefit the Greater Philadelphia community (see eligible counties above)
  • Not promote a specific religious or political view
  • Have an active board of directors

If you have any questions about which project would be most useful for your organization or about the application process, visit our website or contact Beth Dahle to discuss at

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