Attention New Jersey History Nonprofits: Don’t Miss the Unique Opportunity to Strengthen Your Organization Through “Catchafire”
Thanks to the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, history nonprofits across New Jersey can enjoy free and unlimited access to a variety of essential services to promote organizational growth and capacity building through Catchafire. An extensive online platform that matches nonprofits with skilled professionals who want to donate their time and expertise to help institutions in a variety of essential areas. This includes, but is not limited to, financial planning, marketing/public relations, information technology, best practices, expanding grant making and funding potential, stakeholder and audience evaluation, collaborative opportunities, and more.
Registering for Catchafire is quick and organizations can be on their way to accessing a wealth of project plans and deliverables in a matter of minutes.
How It Works:
1) Explore Available Projects (Browse through over 100 project needs and post your own)
2) Find Your Pro Bono Professional (Review applications from interested professionals and choose who you want to work with)
3) Get The Help You Need (Kick-off your project and start making progress)
Best of all, when a nonprofit organization has chosen the project plan and professional volunteer of their choice, Catchafire will handle the scheduling — from finding a time to setting up a conference line. Since 2011, Catchafire has matched over 10,000 nonprofits with professionals volunteers with its innovative, diverse, and proven effective support services.
Don’t Wait! These Free Services Only Be Available Until March 2019!
All Information: https://rwjf.catchafire.org/
Questions? Contact Catchafire at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The New Jersey Historical Commission (NJHC) is a state agency dedicated to the advancement of public knowledge and preservation of New Jersey history. Established by law in 1967, its work is founded on the fundamental belief that an understanding of our shared heritage is essential to sustaining a cohesive and robust democracy.