It’s a pretty common situation for small and midsized nonprofits – you recognize that you need some more help, but you don’t have the funds to hire that new help. You have two options:

  1. Keep doing this on your own, scraping by, relying on Google searches, out-of-date resources, and managing volunteer help in your “free time.”  
  2. Hire a consultant (like us) to come in and help you with a project – but for a large project that could cost up to $100,000 per year. And needless to say, you don’t have that kind of cash lying around.

Do Better Consulting confronts this issue with potential clients all the time. We charge the prices we do because we know our value to organizations. But it can limit the clients with whom we work, even though we know that our work could have even more impact with those with smaller budgets.

That’s why we came up with the idea of the “toolkit.” Every time we start with a new client, we have a foundation of templates, resources, and best practices that we bring to them. These have been developed due to our 15+ years of experience in the field. During our consultation process, we will adjust these templates for our clients, but we always start with the same basic set of tools.

And that’s what we’ve decided to share with you. We will send you a .zip file of the recommended file architecture to keep everything organized and the templates you need to take on the defined project. We will also give you a limited number of consulting hours – included in the price of the toolkit – to help you navigate the files and add a bit of extra guidance where you need it.

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