Business and nonprofit partnerships are very important to the community, and they are becoming increasingly more important as businesses continue to understand their role and impact within communities. However, creating a sustainable partnership can be difficult, especially when both sides’ needs are not met. Unfortunately, many nonprofits fail to maintain a corporate relationship due to a lack of understanding of what a corporate partner really needs.
Something Good solves this issue by helping nonprofits create a corporate engagement strategy that allows them to target corporate partners that align with the mission and values of the nonprofit as well as a partnership guide to help sustain the partnership over time.
Phase 1: Assessment of Current Outreach
Phase 2: Build your Corporate Engagement Strategy that will include the following:
Goals & Target Markets
Strategies and tools
Outreach Process Guide
BoardBuild connects community leaders with nonprofits who want a diverse and well-trained board.
Through engaging board governance training and an algorithm-based matching system, individuals are trained and optimally paired with nonprofits to serve as qualified board members.
|1. Create Your Profile||2. Post Open Positions|
Your nonprofit has visibility and the opportunity for leaders to follow along, learn more, and potentially match with you.
|Easily post open board positions or committee positions, showcasing the specific skills and expertise needed by your nonprofit.|
|3. Review Applicants||4. Match with Leaders|
You receive a list of potential candidates, ranked in order of alignment with the skills and expertise you requested.
|We expertly match you with qualified, trained leaders who are ready to serve on a nonprofit board.|
|5. Add Board Members||6. Stay Connected|
When you complete the board interview and find the perfect fit, you can add your new board member to your nonprofit.
|We make it easy to stay connected with individuals who are interested in your mission and other nonprofits who share similar goals.|