We work with nonprofit organizations in different areas, from increasing knowledge about working with Latinx survivors of domestic and sexual violence to board development and creating strategic plans that center the experiences of marginalized communities. Below, we hope to capture the many ways in which we can work with your organization, but please do not hesitate to contact us should you wish to discuss your unique situation. Even if we are not the right partner, chances are we will know the resource to refer you to.
Content Specific Training and Technical Assistance
Working with Latinx Survivors—workshops and trainings are tailored to the organizational goals or concerns, but typically, content in this category centers on:
- Addressing Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Among Latinx Communities
- Assessing the Impact of Immigration Policies on Latinx Survivors
- Implementing Wholistic Advocacy at the Intersection of HIV/AIDS and Domestic Violence
- Working with Male Survivors of Domestic Violence
- Integrating culture, anti-oppression and intersectionality
- Enhancing trauma-informed responses;
- Centering immigrant communities and other marginalized groups;
- Increasing language access/progressing toward linguistic justice;
- Activating systems reform;
- Supporting children exposed to domestic violence, resilience, and the co-occurrence of domestic violence and child maltreatment;
- Building transformational collaboration;
- Developing, implementing and evaluating culturally-relevant programs, ; and
- Strengthening organizational capacity building and sustainability
Bystander Intervention from a Latinx Perspective—While the basic tenants of bystander intervention apply, this approach focuses on how bystander intervention takes a culturally specific approach with Latinx communities.
Enhanced Safety Planning for Latinx Survivors—Most safety planning models focus on maintaining a survivor safe from an individual perpetrator. Our enhanced safety planning training focuses on creating individual safety not only from a perpetrator but also from community and systems, such as Child Welfare Systems, Adult Protective Services, law enforcement, and immigration enforcement.
Child Welfare and Its Impacts on Latinx Children and Families—Brown and Black children interact with the child welfare system at alarming rates. This training unpacks reasons for this systemic reality and sheds light on how to engage in advocacy for Latinx children.
Organizational Development and Sustainability
Strategic Planning—If your organization needs help creating a strategic plan that centers the experiences of marginalized communities, our team of organizational development experts will work with your board and staff.
Board Development—Boards are integral part of organizations that are too often left to manage themselves. Our executive board consultants can help build stronger boards, evaluate their own performance, and create strategic work plans. We have experience working with different board committees, including governance, finance, communications, and development.
Grant Compliance and Grant Management—Managing grants is an art as much as a science. Connect with our experts to understand topics such as confidentiality, documentation, grant monitoring, and building relationships with grant program officers.
Increasing Access to Federal Funding for Culturally-Specific Organizations – Federal funding provides many opportunities for growth and sustainability for culturally-specific organizations and requires careful consideration to maximize the benefit to the organization. Consult with our team for information and support to build capacity to apply for and manage federal grants.
Evaluation and Participatory Action Research—Whether your organization needs a program evaluator or someone to help you understand the principles of program evaluation, we are here to help. Our training and technical assistance centers on working with communities and participating, collecting and analyzing data, and understanding qualitative methods.
Organizational Culture Change
Collective Care—Self-Care is important, but this places the responsibility on the individual as opposed to also acknowledging the shared responsibility for collective care among the organization. This training will help your organization think of ways to operationalize and institutionalize collective care practices.
Operationalizing an Anti-Oppression Framework—Anti-oppression work often remains in theoretical discussions among staff and community. This training aims to help organizations operationalize the theoretical in an effort to create new model of shared leadership and collective growth while centering the experiences of marginalized communities.
The Role of a Leader—Our ongoing executive coaching is intended for leaders in the field who need assistance thinking through organizational culture change, managing through change, and leading with a vision.