Consultants play a large role in the work of nonprofits. That’s why the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving’s Nonprofit Support Program (NSP), along with a number of other local funders, worked to overhaul a directory that for years has been helping nonprofits to find the right consultants for their projects.
The New England Nonprofit Consultant Directory (www.NEconsultant.org) represents a complete upgrade and expansion of the existing consultant directory. In addition to a new design and improved search capabilities, the new directory provides access to consultants serving all of New England as well as New York.
The New England Nonprofit Consultant Directory exists to help nonprofits:
The directory is a tool to help connect nonprofits with consultants, and is not a vetted list.
“The old consultant directory was a tool that had served our nonprofit community well for more than a decade,” said NSP’s director, Annemarie Riemer. “This upgraded directory not only offers access to more consultants over a larger geographic region, it provides a far more user-friendly and comprehensive tool for nonprofits throughout the region. We hope that nonprofits and consultants serving the nonprofit community will continue to support and utilize this wonderful resource for many years to come.”
Beyond the expansion of the service area, the new directory includes a variety of changes and improvements including:
Consultants who serve New England and New York are encouraged to visit NEconsultant.org and sign up for the directory, and nonprofits are invited to use the site as a resource the next time they are in need of a consultant.
The Nonprofit Support Program (NSP) at the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving helps strengthen nonprofit organizations in our region by providing tools and knowledge for agencies to build strong boards, plan for their futures, evaluate programs, improve finances and update technology. Established in the 1990s, NSP is key to the Hartford Foundation’s nonprofit capacity building efforts, annually serving several hundred nonprofits and giving $1.6 million in grants. NSP’s close contact with Greater Hartford’s nonprofits provides it with a unique understanding of the trends within the sector.