Building sustainable nonprofit capacity
Capacity Building Solutions
Helping You Help Others
If you are part of a nonprofit organization – or as we like to call ‘em – a social profit – you save and change lives. We’re here to make sure you can.
The Impact Foundry has been providing comprehensive services and support to nonprofit organizations in the Sacramento region since 1989. We’re here to help answer your questions and provide you with the solutions you need to succeed.
Some of the ways we do this include:
Strengthen your organization while strengthening the community.
As a member, you have access to comprehensive resources including a professionally-staffed library, access to a grant funder database, capacity building programs and workshops, and networking opportunities. You can also partner with our team of experts for customized consulting on cultural awareness, nonprofit management, operations issues, fund development, marketing and public relations, board development, and more.
Learn how you can engage with Impact Foundry and our nonprofit sector.
We’re here support our sectors as we work through the COVID-19 pandemic.
Impact Foundry’s mission includes bringing the four sectors of business, government, philanthropy, and nonprofits together for meaningful collaboration. This collaboration means we can help connect nonprofits with the resources they need to get through this crisis and thrive beyond it.
Check out our Coronavirus resource page.
Be part of a community of more than 500 members including nonprofits, businesses, consultants, and individuals. Together, we are committed to building and supporting a healthy nonprofit sector, making a difference together.
The Impact Foundry office will be open by appointment only throughout January, but our team is working and here to help as always!
Impact Foundry staff are available via email and phone to assist you with your capacity-building needs and address your nonprofit questions.
Please call 916-569-8555 or email [email protected] to access our team.
We look forward to welcoming our partners back into our offices come February or whenever our local heath officials say it’s safe.