PIMG is conducting a pilot project this fall to test three new service offerings to nonprofits. These services promise to help organizations address timely strategic needs at an affordable, discounted fee.
The world is changing rapidly, and Public Interest Management Group’s clients are on the leading edge of change and solutions. 2018 had many highlights.
Mergers among nonprofits are common enough that few of us are more than one degree of separation away from one. Yet the mythology of mergers runs deep and wide. Familiar as it is, “the M-word” still provokes visceral emotional reactions.
A newly formed national nonprofit, Grounded Solutions Network is the result of a merger between the National Community Land Trust Network and Cornerstone Partnership. Grounded Solutions Network ensuresthat communities across the U.S. are inclusive across all income levels for generations to come.What made the merger process so successful? Learn more...
Organizational partnership is a time-tested mechanism for nonprofits to attain many benefits of scale. In fact, there are many flavors of partnership, most of which are not widely understood. Read more about PIMG's latest white paper Emerging Nonprofit Partnership Models: Two Alternatives to Traditional Merger...
Merger has gone mainstream in the nonprofit world. But this doesn’t mean that mergers are foolproof, or even the right solution to all problems. If you are considering a merger, thorough programmatic, operational and financial analysis can help clarify the potential for a successful merger.
Nearly every nonprofit has realized a need to form partnerships to meet their mission. These partnerships can enable organizations to serve more people, serve them better, operate more efficiently, or raise the profile of important issues. Partnerships can also be frustrating, time-consuming and sometimes ineffective.