Updated: Apr 26, 2019
Running a small nonprofit can be a challenge. Even though you are fully committed to your work and your organization there may still be some areas for you to improve.
Lucky for you, there are many organizations dedicated to promoting the vitality of the nonprofit sector.
The following is a list of Los Angeles organizations that can help you improve your organizational effectiveness and achieve your mission.
Project Grantsmanship strengthens Los Angeles County community-based organizations by training nonprofit leaders to plan more effective programs and produce compelling proposals for funding. Eligible LA based organizations can receive grant training for $200 - $300 per participant.
A complete set of tools to help beginners access grant funding, including grant writing guides, a database of Los Angeles foundations, and the Universal Application.
Provides resources for nonprofits in the inland empire, focusing on fundraising and starting a nonprofit.
Provides resources and services to help nonprofits in San Fernando Valley. VNR is a program of California State University Northridge.
Consulting and Capacity Building
Provides training, consulting, and coaching to help build nonprofit capacity and effectiveness.
TNP Socal offers nonprofit consulting, workshops, training, and membership to their nonprofit community.
Annenberg Alchemy is a free capacity building and leadership development program designed to assist small to midsize Los Angeles-based nonprofit organizations and their leaders.
Provides fiscal sponsorship, consulting services, workshops, and public resources to support a thriving nonprofit sector.
Provides leadership development to help African Americans serve on boards.
ESC provides consulting and programs for executive training, fundraising and development, strategic planning, board development, and other services.
Taproot helps connects nonprofits with skilled volunteers to assist with marketing, HR, strategy, finance, and technology.
L.A. Works gives nonprofits access to volunteer labor and other resources. As an L.A. Works partner, you can receive a wide range of services to enhance your programming and operations, gain access to tens of thousands of monthly visitors to our website, and be part of a strong network of service-minded leaders and professionals.
Matches community nonprofits with volunteers to help expand the reach of their programs.
NFF offers loans and other financing help nonprofits and social enterprises expand opportunities in low- and middle-income communities. They also provide management and finance consulting.
Are there any additional Los Angeles organizations we should add? Let us know.