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Non Profit & Cultural Organization Consulting

We work with non profit organizations to refine their customer experience, focus their mission, and drive diverse revenue streams to support the mission.

Non Profit organizations are an important part of our communities and the support they receive from various channels can drive their mission and affect many lives.  As an executive director or board member, the need to operate your non profit like a business is critical.

Off Road works with Non Profit and Cultural organizations to create diverse earned revenue channel opportunities, define and expand the delivery of service and focus on the mission, and expand donor and development programs.  

Focusing on the experience that the organization creates for its constituents, whether supporters or recipients of services, means that your organization will grow and thrive. The impact of revenue stream diversity means that your organization will be less reliant on any one source of revenue, which creates new opportunities for the mission to be achieved.

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