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Connecting Nonprofits with Nonprofit Consultants

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The Association of Consultants to Nonprofits is the premier society of professional consultants who specialize in working with nonprofits. Our mission as a community of nonprofit consultants is to be a rich resource of collective expertise and experience for mission-driven organizations. We connect nonprofit consultants with one another, we connect nonprofits with qualified experts and we connect both with best practices and useful tools.

Nonprofits play an essential role in our communities and economy, filling the gap between the private sector and government services. You will find that our members understand and specialize in addressing the unique needs and challenges charitable and mission-driven organizations face. We have been supporting the nonprofit community for over 20 years.

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Meet a Consultant

Who We Are:
At Leading Healthy Futures, we apply collaborative thinking, an understanding of the changing environment, and a proven track record of experience to develop compelling, innovative, and sustainable solutions for non-profit organizations, government, and foundations. We specialize in elevating performance, supporting clients as they cross critical junctures, and implementing sustainable breakthroughs. Our unique consulting approach helps organizations successfully navigate turbulent change and competing priorities.

Primary Practice Area:
Board Development/Governance

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