The Capacity Building Centers Network is a collaborative nonprofit capacity-building providers from across the state that work to increase nonprofit organizational and financial stability, program quality, and growth. This network is convened by Michigan Nonprofit Association.
Co.act Detroit | Grow & Lead: Community and Youth Development | Lakeshore Nonprofit Alliance | Michigan Community Resources | NEW (Nonprofit Enterprise at Work, Inc.) | Nonprofit Network | ONEplace @ Kalamazoo Public Library | United Way of Midland County
Find out more about each of these organizations below.
You can reach them by calling 313.499.9865 or emailing email@example.com
6568 Woodward Ave.
Detroit, MI 48202
How Co.act Detroit Can Help
Capacity Building - Strengthening the internal capacity of nonprofits & connecting them to others in the sector and ecosystem, Funding, Cross-Sector Resources, Fundraising & Marketing, Data Support, Finance and Accounting, and Organizational Culture
Southeast Michigan - Specifically Livingston, Macomb, Monroe, Oakland, St. Clair, Washtenaw & Wayne Counties
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How GLCYD Can Help
Youth development, board development (recruitment, training, retreats, governance, etc.) strategic planning, DEIJ training, convening, meeting facilitation, financial management.
We also serve as a resource for general nonprofit management questions.
How Lakeshore Nonprofit Alliance Can Help
Professional Development, Leadership Training, Board Governance and Training, Leadership Transitions, DISC assessments, Nonprofit job postings, Starting a Nonprofit.
Greater Ottawa County
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How Michigan Community Resources Can Help
We support nonprofit and grassroots organizations with capacity building services, tailored cohort experiences, and legal guidance. Using a lens of racial and social equity, we seek to build power within the nonprofit sector by shifting norms, practices, and attitudes, leading to systems transformation for our sector and our world.
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How NEW Can Help
Board governance, strategic planning, financial consulting, DEIJ consulting, coaching, leadership development, managed IT services, managed bookkeeping services, fiscal sponsorship, and office & shared space.
NEW inspires and equips mission-driven leaders, organizations, and communities to realize their visions of a just and thriving society. In our work, we center relationships rooted in our values. We work alongside leaders, thinkers and visionaries to transform our communities. Our commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion and justice is at the heart of every partnership. We use our experience and perspectives to address challenges and build connections. Let's transform the future, together.
SE Michigan - Washtenaw, Wayne, Oakland, Monroe, Livingston, Lenawee, & Macomb Counties
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How Nonprofit Network Can Help
Starting a Nonprofit, Board Governance, Strategic Planning, DEI, Organizational Assessment, Capital Campaigns/Fund Development, DISC Assessments, Workshops and Webinars, Executive Director Academy, Member Coaching, On-Demand Learning
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How ONEplace @ Kalamazoo Public Library Can Help
Our organization supports Kalamazoo nonprofits by providing free capacity building supports including - workshops, board trainings, 1:1 support, and leadership intensives. Personal and Professional Development, Leadership Development, Free trainings, Board Trainings, Anti-racism and Equity Trainings, Consulting, Kalamazoo Nonprofit Jobs,
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