Consultancy program works with nonprofits through COVID-19 challenges

Mankato Free Press (July 24, 2022) — As Mankato nonprofits worked to find stable footing going into year three of the COVID-19 pandemic, a consultant program launched to lend them a hand.

The consultant in residency program sprang up in late 2021 out of the Greater Mankato Area United Way and Mankato Area Foundation’s COVID-19 community response fund.

Whether nonprofits were looking to restructure their delivery models, dealing with staffing shortages, worried about an upcoming capital campaign, or encountering other challenges brought on by the pandemic, the idea behind the program is they don’t have to take it all on alone.

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