“People are the lifeblood of the nonprofit sector and talent investment is critical to mission impact. This belief is the exact reason why I founded Nonprofit HR in 2000. We exist to help organizations get ahead through smart people management strategies, and in the process, change the way an entire sector thinks about talent and culture.”
– Lisa Brown Alexander, President & CEO, Nonprofit HR
Foundations are especially important to Nonprofit HR. We provide a straightforward and customized approach to all of your organization’s needs. We have worked with hundreds of national and community-based mission-driven organizations for building their capacity.
The role of foundations in the social impact sector couldn’t be more important than it is today. Our current environment requires that nonprofit organizations have the capacity and the resources to focus on solutions to unmet social needs where government and the corporate sector fall short.
Partnering with Mission-Driven Foundations
Because the foundation community and the grantees that they serve are essential to the health and sustainability of the social impact ecosystem, serving them is a priority to us at Nonprofit HR.
Through our team of HR and talent management experts, we provide a straightforward and customized approach to the capacity building needs of private, community and family foundations large and small.
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Our diverse portfolio of services offer a broad range of solutions designed specifically for your grantees including:
- Talent Acquisition & Professional Search
- Audit & Effectiveness Assessment
- Total Rewards (Compensation & Benefits)
- Workplace Culture & Employee Engagement
- Leadership and Learning & Development
- Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
- Workforce Planning
Partner with us to customize a unique solution for your grantees.
Past and current foundations we have worked with include:
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