Whether you sit on the board of directors or serve as the executive director, responsibility for the organization rests on your shoulders. When budgets aren’t met and reserves begin to dwindle, it can be difficult to find the time and resources you need to properly address these issues.
Many nonprofit leaders are hopeful that tomorrow will be better. This hope is exactly why you remain loyal to the mission — but hope alone won’t solve these problems. Confronting financial, leadership, and employee challenges promptly is the best way to keep these issues from getting worse.
If your nonprofit is facing financial difficulties, you are not alone. More than one-third of nonprofits suffered financial harm during the pandemic. When life throws the unexpected in your direction, you may not be equipped to deal with it unless you reach out for help.
That’s why I founded Copper Bottom. Every day, we work intimately with companies and nonprofits that are suffering unexpected hardship and help them turn the ship around.
Our full immersion approach allows us to quickly evaluate and address your organization’s challenges, build a strategy to address these issues, and work with you to implement the solution.
We do this with a financial assessment to discover hidden problems, plus a detailed plan to correct them. We also focus on workforce optimization to ensure that your volunteers and employees have the resources they need to work effectively. Organizations work best if all the members are pulling in the same direction, and we can help you achieve that.