Efrain Rodriguez, CEO of CharityNet USA said, “We hope to stimulate new relationships for our nonprofit clients and help them grow in the process; healthy nonprofit organizations help the American economy on many levels.”
Orlando, Florida (PRWEB) March 09, 2013
CharityNet USA has created a new capacity building program to help nonprofit organizations effectively contact more potential donors and grow volunteer rosters despite the hardships created by today’s economy.
The struggle for recognition and new revenue for nonprofits is becoming harder and harder. The economy has been tough for businesses over the past 6 years, with lower reviews and lower average pay impacting the business community significantly. The ripple effect of this stagnation has damaged the nonprofit world to the extent that many smaller nonprofits have struggled to find viable contributors.
The new capacity building program includes a new approach to increase donations and community outreach by encouraging partnerships on outreach events with businesses and organizations in the struggling private sector.
Private sector businesses often lack the exposure they once had through free spending advertising due to today’s economic restrictions. The answer is for nonprofit organizations and private sector businesses to find synergy, working together on community projects for mutual advantage.
The capacity building program teaches nonprofits how to work with willing private sector companies to bolster the community presence of both entities. The program provides a new way to look at donation letters. The service develops a custom sponsorship request letter, delivers an extensive fundraising toolkit, and provides a strong look at the development of cause marketing.
Additionally, the inclusion of a cause marketing toolkit and a custom developed corporate sponsorship campaign gives CharityNet USA’s capacity building program a unique distinction as a thorough and effective nonprofit tool.
CharityNet USA will work with nonprofit organizations through the capacity building program, helping nonprofits develop relationships benefiting organizations in both the nonprofit and private sector. Efrain Rodriguez, CEO of CharityNet USA said, “We hope to stimulate new relationships for our nonprofit clients and help them grow in the process; healthy nonprofit organizations help the American economy on many levels.”
CharityNet USA a subsidiary of BizCentral USA. Based in Orlando, Florida and reaching a nation-wide audience of nonprofit and private organizations, BizCentral USA has served over 13,000 customers since 2004. BizCentral USA is a significant player in the nonprofit services field. Special services like the capacity building program have helped many nonprofit organizations facilitate outreach to communities throughout the United States.