Nonprofit Clients (On Track 8-Month)
These organizations will receive an eight-month consulting project from October 2023 until May 2024.
The Arc Montgomery County
Rockville, MD | www.thearcmontgomerycounty.org
The Arc Montgomery County connects people of all ages and abilities with their communities to build inclusive and fulfilling lives.
The Arc is receiving a NEW VENTURES project to evaluate the feasibility of expanding their childcare center.
Asian Pacific American Legal Resource Center
Washington, DC | www.apalrc.org
Asian Pacific American Legal Resource Center works to advance the civil and legal rights of the low-income, limited English proficient Asian/Pacific Islander community through the provision of linguistically accessible and culturally appropriate legal services.
APALRC is receiving a STRATEGIC ALIGNMENT project to develop recommendations around their mission, vision, program priorities, and organizational structure to provide supportive services for adult immigrants.
Carlos Rosario International Public Charter School
Washington, DC | www.carlosrosario.org
Carlos Rosario International Public Charter School delivers high-quality education, career training, and supportive services that enable adult immigrants to realize their dreams while strengthening the community and economy.
Carlos Rosario is receiving a NEW VENTURES project to evaluate the feasibility of expanding their services to Maryland to meet the growing need of their services outside of D.C.
Chesapeake Bay Outward Bound School
Washington, DC | www.outwardboundchesapeake.org
Chesapeake Bay Outward Bound School serves people of all ages, backgrounds, and socioeconomic status through challenging learning expeditions that inspire self-discovery, both in and out of the classroom.
CBOBS is receiving a STRATEGIC MARKETING project to develop a plan that demonstrates the impact of their programs, in order to increase awareness to funders and partners and to reach more participants in the DC region.
Dance Loft on 14
Washington, DC | www.danceloft14.org
Dance Loft on 14 works to expand access to dance and the performing arts in Washington, DC through providing rehearsal and performance facilities as well as programs that catalyze artistic work.
Dance Loft is receiving a DECISION SUPPORT project as they develop a new dance center to understand the demand for programming, the feasibility of continuing existing programming, expected revenue generation, and other factors to ensure the sustainability of a new center.
Homes Not Borders
Landover, MD | www.homesnotborders.org
Homes Not Borders provides the refugee and forced migrant population of the DC area with the resources they need to thrive and feel at home.
HNB is receiving a TECHNOLOGY & DATA STRATEGY project to develop a roadmap to improve their systems that manage stakeholders, inventory and procurement systems.
Insight Memory Care Center
Fairfax, VA | www.insightmcc.org
Insight Memory Care Center provides specialized care, support, and education for individuals in all stages of memory or cognitive impairment, their care partners, and the community.
IMCC is receiving a DECISION SUPPORT project to inform decision making for responsible and sustainable growth, considering current staffing, community, and program needs.
Washington, DC | www.josephshouse.org
Joseph’s House provides and coordinates holistic care for homeless adults living with HIV/AIDS and terminal cancer to support them on their life’s journey.
Joseph’s House is receiving a TECHNOLOGY & DATA STRATEGY project to assess their current technology capabilities and develop recommendations for more efficient data collection and management systems.
Laurel Advocacy and Referral Services
Laurel, MD | www.laureladvocacy.org
Laurel Advocacy and Referral Services empowers individuals in need of food, housing, and financial assistance to achieve well-being, stability, and self-sufficiency.
LARS is receiving a STRATEGIC ALIGNMENT project to develop recommendations and a roadmap to improve processes and use of systems and data management that support their rapid growth and ensure successful implementation of their new strategic plan.
Many Languages One Voice
Washington, DC | www.mlovdc.org
Many Languages One Voice fosters leadership and greater civic participation of immigrants who do not speak English as a primary language.
MLOV is receiving a FUNDING STRATEGY project to develop a fundraising plan that will help diversify their revenue streams while aligning with their new strategic direction.
Maryland Public Television (MPT) Foundation
Owings Mills, MD | www.mpt.org
MPT broadcasts public television to Maryland and the surrounding areas to enrich lives and strengthen communities through the power of media.
MPT’s in-house Ad Agency is receiving a STRATEGIC MARKETING project to increase their client base through integrated messaging, communication, and positioning to raise awareness about their services in order to increase revenue.
Washington, DC | www.newfuturesdc.org
New Futures provides educational opportunities to underserved young people that help propel them into in-demand careers.
New Futures is receiving a NEW VENTURES project to assess the feasibility of an earned income model to reduce reliance on grants and contributions.
Our Minds Matter
Washington, DC | www.ourmindsmatter.org
Our Minds Matter is a student-led movement working to change school culture around mental health.
OMM is receiving a BOARD DEVELOPMENT project for a growing non-profit to assess their board infrastructure and obtain recommendations on board structure, governance and recruitment strategies, and best practices.
Peace For DC
Washington, DC | www.peacefordc.org
Peace for DC is committed to ending gun violence in DC by launching and scaling data-driven, proven strategies and strengthening essential community-led violence intervention efforts
Peace for DC is receiving a PARTNERSHIPS, COLLABORATIONS & MERGERS project to help design a civic coalition to reduce gun violence, to identify potential partner groups, and evaluate similar coalitions, and provide strategies for achieving goals.
Washington, DC | www.schooltalkdc.org
SchoolTalk serves DC youth with disabilities and their peers through direct youth programming, as well as through its support of school communities including professional development and technical assistance for school leaders and staff.
SchoolTalk is receiving a STRATEGIC MARKETING project to develop recommendations to market and price their Arts for Advocacy program.
Shakespeare Theatre Company
Washington, DC | www.shakespearetheatre.org/
Shakespeare Theatre Company seeks to expand the range of voices represented in the classic canon, to cultivate diverse audiences through accessible engagement and education, and foster the next generation of classical artists.
STC is receiving a NEW VENTURES project to develop a business plan to scale their online education program to better serve rural, low-income, and other K-12 students.
Poolesville, MD | www.storytapestries.org
Story Tapestries provides innovative, custom-designed performances, workshops and hands-on community and educational experiences to create accessible, open spaces and opportunities for individuals to reach their highest potential and to work together.
Story Tapestries is receiving a STRATEGIC MARKETING project to expand their audience and increase engagement through marketing and communication efforts, using social media ads and other tools.
Rockville, MD | www.visartscenter.org
VisArts provides children, teens, and adults with opportunities to express their ideas, develop their talents, and connect with others through the visual arts.
VisArts is receiving a BOARD DEVELOPMENT project to evaluate board composition, identify strategies for board recruitment and succession, and cultivate board engagement.
Washington, DC | www.revelsdc.org
Washington Revels uses performance, education, and community engagement to revive, sustain, expand, and celebrate cultural traditions in music, dance, storytelling, and drama.
Washington Revels is receiving a STRATEGIC ALIGNMENT project to evaluate their programs, review their mission to align board and staff as they prepare for a strategic planning process to expand their audience and supporters.
“As a small, grassroots organization, it was important that we received the best possible technical assistance without straining our resources. The Compass team fit all of our needs perfectly. They were competent, prepared, efficient and fun to work with.”
Nonprofit Clients (On Track 4-Month)
These organizations will receive a four-month consulting project from late January to May May 2024. Announcement coming soon!