Management/technical assistance providers

  • Stanford Graduate School of Business

    Alumni Consulting Team (ACT)

    Stanford Alumni Consulting Team (ACT) provides pro bono management consulting services to nonprofit organizations through a network of alumni volunteers.

  • The Community Foundation for Monterey County

    Center for Nonprofit Excellence

    The CNE provides nonprofit organizations with high-quality professional development, information and resources, helping them thrive in the face of economic challenges and rapidly changing operating realities.

  • Center for Nonprofit Management

    Located in Los Angeles, the Center for Nonprofit Management is committed to ensuring that nonprofit leaders and organizations have the knowledge, skills, and resources to fulfill their mission.

  • Center for Volunteer and Nonprofit Leadership

    Provides training and other resources for nonprofit leaders such as board members, program officers and nonprofit managers. The resource tab includes information about jobs, fiscal sponsorship information and volunteer recruitment.

  • CompassPoint Nonprofit Services

    With offices in San Francisco, Silicon Valley, and the East Bay, CompassPoint Nonprofit Services is a nonprofit consulting and training organization. They provide nonprofits with the management tools and concepts necessary to best serve their communities.

  • Executive Service Corps of Southern California

    Executive Service Corps (ESC) is a leading nonprofit provider of high-impact, affordable management development services to other nonprofits in Southern California.


    A free online learning hub for nonprofit professionals, volunteers, and board members. Topics range from hard skills such as starting a nonprofit, fundraising, grant writing, marketing, board governance, volunteer engagement, and program management to soft skills such as leadership, communication, time management, unconscious bias, and diversity and inclusion. All the courses and certificate programs in NonprofitReady are 100% free.

  • NPower

    According to the organization: "NPower is a national nonprofit that provides free technology training to young adults from underserved communities. As part of their career-readiness program, they give students opportunity for a paid internship with local nonprofits and corporations."

  • OneOC

    OneOC is a management services organizations for nonprofits in southern California, with a focus in Orange County. It offers its members volunteer services, training, and consulting and business services.

  • Rebuilding Together San Francisco

    Rebuilding Together San Francisco is a nonprofit organization that brings together volunteer teams to provide repair and renovation work for low-income homeowners, non-profits, and community centers.

  • Resources for Nonprofits


    Formerly the Nonprofit Support Center of San Luis Obispo, Spokes provides leadership, consulting and training to help nonprofits do their good work better.

  • The Impact Foundry

    Provides support and services to nonprofits in the Sacramento region. The site has a busy events calendar, jobs postings and local funder and consultant directories. Its "Resources" section is packed with tools and resources on topics such as board development, technology and marketing and public relations.

  • The Nonprofit Partnership

    The Nonprofit Partnership is a vital and growing resource for over 1,000 community-based organizations in the greater Long Beach area offering information, referral and consulting services, networking opportunities, a research library, and a full schedule of year-round, educational seminars and workshops.

  • Valley Nonprofit Resources

    Established in 2007, Valley Nonprofit Resources offers both information and services to strengthen the more than 4,000 nonprofit organizations in the San Fernando Valley region of Los Angeles.

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