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Sep. 7, 2017 10:48 am

These 16 nonprofits are getting some consulting help from Compass

The local branch of the organization that connects business professionals to nonprofits just announced its 2017-2018 client class.

A backpack drive by Compass client ACHIEVEability.

(Photo via facebook.com/ACHaPhilly)

Compass has announced its 2017-2018 round of nonprofit clients.

The local branch of the national organization connects business professionals to nonprofits looking for help in board development, funding strategy, strategic partnerships and collaborations, and strategic alignment.

Each of the 16 nonprofits selected will receive about $150,000-worth of services. Last year’s nonprofit cohort included Broad Street Ministry, Center for Literacy and Nationalities Services Center. This year’s cohort kicks off Sept. 28 and includes the following nonprofits, with their consulting focus:

  • ACHIEVEability — Strategic alignment
  • ArtWell — Funding strategy
  • Bethesda Project — Board development
  • Center for Advocacy for the Rights and Interests of the Elderly (CARIE) — Funding strategy
  • Chester County OIC — Funding strategy
  • Community Learning Center — Board development
  • Family Service Association of Bucks County — Strategic alignment
  • Interfaith Center of Greater Philadelphia — Funding strategy
  • Jounce Partners — Board development
  • Living Beyond Breast Cancer — Strategic partnership and collaborations
  • Lutheran Settlement House — Board development
  • Montgomery Early Learning Centers — Strategic alignment
  • Philadelphia Higher Education Network for Neighborhood Development (PHENND) — Strategic alignment
  • Southeast Asian Mutual Assistance Associations Coalition (SEAMAAC) — Funding strategy
  • Steppingstone Scholars — Strategic alignment
  • Women’s Center of Montgomery County — Board development

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Julie Zeglen

Julie Zeglen is the editor of Generocity. Previous to joining the Technically Media team, she served as managing editor of Star Community Newsweekly, a hyperlocal newspaper focused on Philadelphia’s River Wards. The Temple alumna lives in West Philly.

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