Consultant Resource Bank

The Consultant Resource Bank lists over 100 consultants who have experience working with nonprofit organizations. In order to be listed in the Consultant Resource Bank, a consultant must submit two references from nonprofit organizations they have worked with successfully. 

This service is presented in partnership with NH Center for Nonprofits, and clicking on the links to the right will take you to their website. 

How the Consultant Resource Bank Works

  1. Clarify your organization's specific situation – Nonprofit organizations utilize consultants for many reasons—some simple, some highly complicated. Thoughtful consideration of the issue your organization is facing will help ensure that the time and financial resources you commit to a consultancy are well used. The New Hampshire Center for Nonprofits has resources for identifying and working with consultants on its NonprofitNext website.

  2. Identify the consultant skill and experience needed by your organization – Once you have clarified your organization's specific situation, you will be more prepared to determine the specific set of skills and experiences you need. The Consultant Resource Bank is organized by categories of expertise. Using key words, use the searchable database to find a consultant with experience in the area you need support. Once you have a list of potential consultants, it is up to you to find the best fit for your organization through interviews, review of past work, and references. The New Hampshire Center for Nonprofits has resources and helpful suggestions for identifying, selecting and working with consultants on its NonprofitNext website.