The National Council of Nonprofits
defines capacity building as whatever is needed to bring a nonprofit to the next level of operational, programmatic, financial, or organizational maturity, so it may more effectively and efficiently advance its mission into the future.
We are pleased to make available two types of Nonprofit Capacity Building funding; an Organizational Assessment and/or a Capacity Building project. An organizational assessment is the process of determining an organization’s current strengths and challenges in order to identify capacity building needs and recommended steps for improvement. A capacity building project is based on the results of the previously completed organizational assessment.
- Priority consideration will be given to organizations that primarily serve the eastern part of Raleigh and/or the eastern part of Wake County and have operating budgets of less than $1 million.
See our funding opportunities for a full description
. Letters of Intent (LOIs) are due June 11.
If you have questions, please see our Commonly Asked Questions
, or you may contact Program Officer, Gladys Hairston (firstname.lastname@example.org
or 919-838-1110 x6).