NONPROFIT SERVICE CENTER

NONPROFIT SERVICE CENTER
The mission of the Nonprofit Service Center is to challenge and equip nonprofit organizations to be self-sufficient and accountable through consulting, education, networking and resource services. 

The Center provides numerous educational sessions each year presented by local and nationally-known speakers.  These sessions are available at very reasonable rates with some offered free of charge.

Consulting services provided through the Center include:

  • Organizational Assessment
  • Board/Staff Training
  • Strategic Planning
  • Management Consulting
  • Development Planning
  • Campaign Feasibility Study
  • Executive Search
  • Specialized Workshops

During 2014, the Nonprofit Service Center provided consulting services to the following organizations:

  • Acts Community
  • Amarillo Area Breast Health Coalition
  • Amarillo Area YMCA
  • Amarillo Art Institute
  • Armstrong County Museum
  • Borger Multi Event Center
  • Camp Fire Panhandle Plains Council
  • CASA of the Rolling Plains
  • Diabetes Foundation of the High Plains
  • Frank Phillips College
  • Greater Amarillo Affiliate Komen for the Cure
  • Hutchinson County United Way
  • Junior Achievement
  • MTK Foundation
  • Alex O’Brien Foundation
  • Ogallala Commons
  • Panhandle Cancer Cure Foundation
  • Panhandle Producers and Royalty Owners
  • Texas Panhandle War Memorial Foundation
  • West Texas A&M University
  • Wildcat Bluff Nature Center

As a member of the Funding Information Network, the Center offers free access to the Foundation Directory Online (FDO) which provides information on private foundations across the U.S. and their funding priorities.  The FDO computer is available to the general public from 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM Monday through Friday (except for holidays).

Click here to learn about our Executive Director Leader Circle.