NONPROFIT MANAGEMENT & CAPACITY BUILDING - AN OVERVIEW
Nonprofit organizations play a key roles in providing programs and services that particularly serves our at risk youth and families, low-income households and other vulnerable and underserved community residents. Grassroots nonprofits are driven by their passion to serve and their importance in the role they play in our communities.
From its inception, BVF recognized that the myriad social problems are steadily increasing and no one entity can resolve or address all the issues. It is therefore necessary for nonprofits to provide the increasing need for services and help them to become more effective by providing capacity building, training, direct financial assistance and other resources to build and strenghten their governance and infrastructure towards their sustainability.
For many years, BVF has provided such services directly or through the nonprofits it has served that serve and impact on at risk youth, low-income families, persons recovering from mental illness, endangered species, solid waste reduction, etc. This has been through activities such as grant proposal writing, fiduciary services, intermediary services, board training and developing, and partnering with local and federal agencies.
BVF and its staff are trained and experienced in many areas of nonprofit work and have partnered with government agencies, provided technical assistance for nonprofits (through government agencies referrals and request) as well as other organizations including private industries that provide support. Our methodology and approach is based on BVF's board and staff individual and collective knowledge and experience that integrates within the following areas: Nonprofit Capacity Building and Organizational Development including Board Development and Governance, Positive Youth and Family Development, and Program Design, Development and Implementation.
We provide technical assistance only in mission-driven areas and work at the grassroots level using innovative and creative approaches necessary when working with systemic environments.
To learn more about BVF services provided to nonprofit, click HERE.
To learn more about BVF training and workshops offered, click HERE.