PIMG client Washington Water Trust is an organization that uses creative approaches to preserve streamflow, restore habitat and fight back against drought conditions. The nonprofit's leadership has recognized a need to grow to meet needs that are expected to increase in the years and decades ahead. Public Interest Management Group worked with the Water Trust to develop a business plan for growth through the sizzling summer—a backdrop that could not have been more dramatic.
The Nonprofit Association of Oregon (NAO) is partnering with Public Interest Management Group on a pilot project for PIMG’s new organizational assessment process, Success Factor Analysis. Executive Director Jim White believes that, “this pilot fits perfectly into this need for measurable results. It will help nonprofits understand their business models and operate effectively, and help us all understand best management practices.”
Food Lifeline is Washington State’s largest hunger relief agency, and a leader in antipoverty strategies in the Pacific Northwest. Public Interest Management Group has supported this effort by helping Food Lifeline secure a site that will meet operational needs for decades to come, and develop partnerships with organizations that can complement Food Lifeline’s capacity. The new site is just south of Seattle, in the Riverton District. Projected to open in mid-2015, Anna Constant, Food Lifeline’s Director of Operations, is excited about the new facility and the larger concept of the Hunger Solution Center
Starting and growing an organization is no simple matter. Learn how Public Interest Management Group helped Harold Pearson, founder of Student Program for Athletic and Academic Transitioning, use financial modeling as part of a strategic planning process. Thanks to financial modeling, Pearson could chart a successful and sustainable course for his new organization dedicated to enhancing high school graduation rates for student athletes and preparing Oakland youth for college.