Capacity Grants

This fund strengthens the organizational capacity of nonprofits working in Napa County.

Napa Valley Community Foundation, along with its partners Napa Valley Vintners and the E. Richard Jones Family Foundation have pooled resources to host a second round of the Capacity Grants Financial Management Training Program, which was piloted in 2015/2016. The Capacity Grants Financial Management Training Program provides Technical Assistance (TA) to a small cohort of nonprofits that have demonstrated need and readiness for financial management capacity building.

The Capacity Grants Financial Management Training Program is designed to set participant organizations on a path toward more effective financial management planning, strategy and operations. This six-month program includes: in-depth group workshops; user-friendly financial planning and analysis tools; and, one-on-one financial management coaching tailored to each organization’s needs.

Fiscal Management Associates (FMA), a nationally-known consulting firm that specializes in helping nonprofits build their fiscal management capacity, will deliver all aspects of the program in Napa

We are proud to announce that nine nonprofit organizations have been selected to participate in the 2016/2017 Capacity Grants Financial Management Training Program

  • Arts Council Napa Valley
  • Community Health Initiative Napa County Inc.
  • Community Resources for Children
  • Connolly Ranch Education Center
  • Friends of Lincoln Theater dba Lincoln Theater Foundation
  • Girls on the Run Napa & Solano, Inc.
  • Greater Napa Valley Fair Housing Center
  • Napa Valley Support Services
  • Spirit of Unity in Napa dba Puertas Abiertas Community Resource Center

Apply

The application period for the 2016/2017 program closed on August 25, 2016. Information about potential programming for next year is not currently available. Please contact Julia DeNatale with any questions.

For organizations not accepted into the program, StrongNonprofits.org was developed by FMA, and provides free financial templates and tools, case studies, and articles in the areas of financial planning, monitoring, operations, and governance.

 

 

 

 
 
 

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