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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Community Improvement & Capacity Building, Nonprofit Management, Philanthropy, Voluntarism Promotion

Mission: CompassPoint intensifies the impact of fellow nonprofit leaders, organizations, and networks as we achieve social equity together. We use the following approaches to achieve our community goals: Our integrated practice offers the strongest teaching, coaching, consulting, and peer learning—all grounded in deep nonprofit leadership experience. We partner with leaders, cultivating and supporting them at every level within nonprofit organizations and across the sector.

Target demographics: the social sector

Direct beneficiaries per year: over 3800 nonprofit leaders, professionals, and board members.

Geographic areas served: nationally

Programs: - CompassPoint intensifies the impact of fellow nonprofit leaders, organizations, and networks as we achieve social equity together. We use the following approaches to achieve our community goals: Our integrated practice offers the strongest teaching, coaching, consulting, and peer learning—all grounded in deep nonprofit leadership experience. We partner with leaders, cultivating and supporting them at every level within nonprofit organizations and across the sector.

Community Stories

2 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

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Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

As a researcher who has studied nonprofits, I have found CompassPoint research publications to be timely and well delivered. I think they provide a crucial source of knowledge for the sector.

5 Perla N.

Client Served

Rating: 5

I am a local nonprofit executive and I use Compasspoint's services a lot. I always look forward to their conferences because they are super lively and fun and address a lot of issues that not a lot of other people are willing to talk about honestly in the sector. And they really mix it up and get speakers who are though leaders yet are willing to mingle, make jokes and debate with the audience. I also find their studies to be right on the money. Their Daring to Lead study which looked at leadership challenges facing nonprofit executive directors is practial and well-researched. I haven't yet attended any of their trainings yet, but I've sent my employees there and they've said they learned a lot.