NEW offers customized consultative services for nonprofits across Southeast Michigan, offering assistance to boards and management with all aspects of a nonprofit’s enterprise. Our experts work directly with your team to create actionable strategic plans and realistic strategies for achieving your organization’s near- and long-term goals.
Consulting Services Include:
Organizational Consulting: NEW assists nonprofits in successfully addressing complex organization challenges and opportunities through facilitation, training, and coaching. NEW’s practical approach to organizational development includes the delivery of helpful tools and resources to ignite and effectively manage change.
Financial Consulting: NEW’s nonprofit financial services allows organizations to benefit from low-cost accounting solutions with less burden on staff or volunteers. We understand how important it is that nonprofits direct their time, talent and attention to the mission of their organizations. Our team of proven financial experts come alongside the organization to support their accounting, bookkeeping and financial compliance so that they can concentrate on mission-related matters.
Board Development: NEW trains boards to be more effective and helps organizations recruit new board members. Learn more about NEW’s Board Development services and resources.
Strategic Planning: NEW can work with your organization to create an actionable strategic plan, assess your organization’s capabilities, needs and opportunities, and map out effective viable next steps.
Project Management: NEW can aid your organization’s management with new initiatives, special projects and capacity building. Contact us to find out more.
IT Management: NEW: npServ will work with you to assess your IT needs and capabilities, and create an IT Strategy that’s right for your organization.
To begin a discussion about how NEW’s consultative services can help your organization reach its goals, contact NEW by phone at (734) 998-0160 or fill out the form below.
“NEW is an invaluable resource for the entire nonprofit community especially executive directors.”