To work with a consultant to both craft a fundraising strategy for Project TENDR and for the project director to receive ongoing support in implementing that strategy by incorporating new fundraising activities into her day-to-day work.
To design and run a virtual canvass in response to the COVID-19 crisis.
To hire a professional facilitator to train up to fourteen senior and junior staff on facilitation skills.
To rebuild both the operational system for the NESCAUM website as well as design a new visual presentation for the site.
To install and train staff on the use of a new software system that would integrate financial management and program monitoring for sixteen funded projects across the organization.
To develop an outreach plan designed to diversify and expand NRCM’s membership to include rural communities, younger advocates, immigrants, and communities of color.
To train board and staff on donor fundraising and development planning, provide coaching for the executive director, and provide training for the director of regulatory affairs.
To hire a consultant to develop an opportunity assessment and business plan.
To enable a successful transition to a new executive director and support the implementation of the strategic plan.
To increase NESAWG’s effectiveness and focus by investing in professional development for staff, and clarify NESAWG’s focus and purpose by developing the organization’s theory of change.