Support Center | Partnership in Philanthropy in the News
The Support Center | Partnership in Philanthropy, a leading nonprofit capacity building and executive transitions organization in the New York/New Jersey/Connecticut area, and Partnership in Philanthropy (PIP), the New Jersey -based nonprofit that provides fundraising expertise to New Jersey’s nonprofit community announced that they are merging to form one organization to better serve the needs of area nonprofits. The new organization–Support Center for Nonprofit Management/Partnership in Philanthropy–began integrated service in January 2013 under the leadership of current Support Center CEO, Don Crocker. PIP Executive Director, Heather Robinson, is the new Associate Director.
In this television interview Don Crocker, CEO of the Support Center, talks about the key role an Interim Executive Director (IED) can play in executive transitions. The role of the IED is discussed in the context of the Center’s Executive Search and Transition Management services.
Don Crocker, CEO of the Support Center, talks about mergers, turnarounds and strategic alliances in the nonprofit sector—when it is right and when it is not; what’s involved in getting the process started and what makes a success. This informative interview on Not for Profit eXchange Radio targets a subject that is gaining momentum in this tight economy, but not often talked about.
What’s your take on the current landscape for capacity building funding for nonprofits in your community? This Philantopic blog interview with Don Crocker gives his perspective from the Support Center’s work in NY, NJ and CT.
In this short video, Frank Abdale, an accomplished consultant and training participant, provides his perspective on the unique benefits of the Support Center’s Interim Executive Director Training program.