Children’s Home Society
With up to $6 million in funding from the Edna McConnell Clark Foundation and the Social Innovation Fund, Children’s Home Society of North Carolina (CHS) has been working to expand its Family Finding program throughout North Carolina with PMA as strategic counsel.
“CHS is well positioned to grow and expand its geographic reach and portfolio of services,” says PMA President Patton McDowell. “PMA worked to encourage a resource development staff realignment to meet the demands CHS’s recent mergers had caused.”
As CHS continues to evaluate potential mergers with capital from the Edna McConnell Clark Foundation, PMA remains a trusted and reliable resource for the organization.
Consolidations & Alliances
The new reality for organizational sustainability is that nonprofits must look outside their walls to identify potential alliances and consider opportunities to collaborate with other efforts addressing similar issues or populations in their communities. PMA specializes in exploring opportunities to achieve administrative efficiencies that also lead to more effective programming.
PMA is trained in five stages of nonprofit partnerships and strategic restructuring, from collaborations to full-scale mergers. Read More