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Free Consulting Support Available for Nonprofits

By Darryl Gangloff / July 29, 2021 / News & Announcements
Free Consulting Support Available for Nonprofits

Specialized, one-on-one technical support from the New York Council of Nonprofits is now available to nonprofits in Berkshire, Columbia and northeast Dutchess counties.

A wide range of services is available covering topics such as Governance (boards, bylaws and policies), Financial Management (from cash flow analysis to scenario planning), and Organizational Assessments (including DEI, fundraising and strategic planning).

It starts with a free consultation with NYCON staff, followed by up to 10 free hours of support to address topics selected by the nonprofit. Additional time may be available depending on the scope of work.

To get started, organizations may contact NYCON to learn about and access the training, technical assistance and support available.

Learn More & Access Support

 

Support for these services is provided by the Hudson Valley Funders Network and the Massachusetts Community Foundations Partnership. Together, these groups represent over 30 community foundations (including Berkshire Taconic), private foundations, United Ways and other funders collaborating to support the region's nonprofit sector.

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