WHAT WE DO
Building stronger, more effective nonprofits.
We connect nonprofits to the training and resources they need to be stronger and more effective. Whether you're finding candidates with our Job Board, scoring better deals with member discounts or honing your skills in one of our classes, the Nonprofit Center is here to help you build the capacity of your organization to effectively deliver on its mission.
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Investing in professional development doesn't have to be expensive or time consuming. We offer courses in financial management, communications, fundraising, communications, leadership and much more.
Whether you're looking for a one-time class or an entire skill-building series or certification, the Nonprofit Center's classes are a perfect fit for busy nonprofit professionals.
Have a question about starting or growing your nonprofit? Use the search box below or send us an email.
36TH ANNUAL VOLUNTEER AWARDS
Volunteer Milwaukee, a service of the Nonprofit Center, is hosting its 36th Annual Volunteer Awards– Celebrating Volunteer Impact, on Thursday, May 3, 2018, 11:30am – 1:00pm at the Italian Community Center.
This annual event celebrates volunteerism and raises the profile of those exceptional individuals who contribute to the well-being of our community every day. This year we are honoring Bonnie Andrews as she retires after directing Volunteer Milwaukee for the past 18 years. Also recognized will be The Bartolotta Restaurants, MillerCoors, and Brewers Community Foundation.
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NPC Building for Sale
The Nonprofit Center is pleased to announce that as part of our restructuring, our building on 2819 W Highland Blvd. is for sale. For more information, please contact Interim Executive Director, Jan Buchler.
Katie Sanders Shares Advice to Women in Milwaukee Nonprofits
What does it take to succeed as a woman leading a nonprofit organization in Milwaukee? Just ask Katie Sanders, a Sherman Park native who recently received a 2018 Driven to Achieve Award from the Donald Driver Foundation in recognition of her community leadership. Since 2014, she has been executive director of Safe & Sound—a Milwaukee nonprofit organization that is spearheading efforts to build safe and empowered neighborhoods by uniting residents, youth, law enforcement, and community resources.
We interviewed Sanders on her work in the sector, and she provided some advice to women aspiring to be nonprofit leaders like her. Read more >>
Tell Us Your Story!
We share stories of hope, strength, and inspiration from the nonprofit sector. We’d love to learn more about what’s inspired and strengthened you! Read some of our Nonprofit Stories of Impact on our blog.
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