Working With Nonprofits

How can businesses help nonprofits?
by Carl Jimenez

Alan Langston, 24th Street Conference Center

A family member has been the COO of a local nonprofit for 20 years, so I have a very personal understanding of the financial challenges many nonprofits face. The 24th St. Conference Center helps nonprofits needing space for training, classes or board meetings through reduced rates, as well as the ability to bring their own food, beverage and equipment to our facility. The significant savings on meeting expense goes toward the more valuable needs of their organization.

Laura Spiegel, MSW, LS Nonprofit Consulting Services

The most effective investment a business can make in a nonprofit and its mission is in the organization’s infrastructure, those physical and organizational structures that ensure a nonprofit’s services are efficient and effective. If you buy them the best data management system and technical support, invest in the development of their leaders, and pay for the systems that help them anticipate and manage risk, you will give them the means to sustain their operations and services, and your investment.

Reine Yazbeck Young, Wells Fargo Bank Specialty Markets

We want to help our communities succeed over the long term, and one way we do that is by working side by side with community stakeholders to create local solutions for local needs. Our nonprofit business model is solely focused on serving our local nonprofits, where we promote community development, financial education, a broad range of financial products and services, affordable housing, environmental stewardship and more through charitable giving, community leadership and the efforts of our passionate team member volunteers.

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