Since 1994, NFF's San Francisco office has served a wide variety of nonprofit organizations and funders throughout the West Coast and Hawaii. Our Los Angeles office opened in May, 2010. Learn more below!
Nonprofit Business Analysis (NBA) is an in-depth financial analysis and consultation that clarifies an organization's financial condition, helping management balance financial considerations with program goals and better articulate financial needs to funders.
Financial Leadership Clinic combines an educational seminar on nonprofit finance with individual coaching and peer-based learning. In the two-day Clinic, four to six small-to-midsized nonprofits working in a common sector learn to read and interpret their financial documents, understand the dynamics of their business models, and identify and communicate the specific financial needs and goals of their organizations.
Workshops and Coaching expertly guide nonprofits and funders in exploring how management decisions and capital structure affect an organization's mission and finances. NFF workshops are a dynamic exploration of how nonprofits and funders can improve the ways they use money, so that missions can thrive.
Capital Partners helps nonprofit organizations attract the shareholder-like investment they need to support significant transformations. Capital Partners brokers and facilitates capital campaigns of $5 million or greater, so that nonprofit executives can focus on the day-to-day running of their organizations.
Systems Replacement Plan (SRP) is a detailed review of a nonprofit's building systems. NFF consultants create a 20-year SRP that forecasts expected timing and costs of replacements and repairs, helping organizations better plan for future facility-related capital needs.
West Hawaii Community Health Center (WHCHC) $10mm New Markets Tax Credits allocation, December 2013 WHCHC provides integrated medical, dental and behavioral health services to primarily low income individuals and families in three clinic locations on the big island, with a part-time mobile dental clinic that serves homeless individuals. WHCHC is building a new 11,500 square foot medical center, the La'i'Opua Health Center, which will provide medical and dental care to 4,300 project patients in the first year of operation. Approximately 130 construction jobs will be created, along with 35 permanent positions upon completion.
Getting to Know Nonprofit Finance Fund : NFF staff will provide an introduction to NFF's mission and nonprofit financial services that aim to help nonprofit organizations improve their capacity to serve their communities.