Managing a nonprofit in the 21st Century is complicated. Organizations often lack sufficient resources or, in some cases, the necessary skills to carry out certain management functions critical to sustainable success and prosperity. Outsourcing — the relatively long-term delegation of one or more back-office functions - allows nonprofits to focus on their programs versus mundane and frequently overwhelming administrative tasks.
The Nonprofit Coordinating Committee of New York has launched a Nonprofit Outsourcing Clearinghouse (NOC) program to help local nonprofits reduce costs, increase productivity and improve operational quality through the use of outsourced services. A primary component of this program is the creation of a publicly searchable database of outsourced service providers. Nonprofits can use this tool to compare vendors within 8 key areas: Information Technology, Bookkeeping & Financial Management, Fundraising, Marketing & Communications, Risk Management, Human Resources, Purchasing and Legal Services. NPCC is simultaneously running a consulting program for organizations that wish to receive an in-depth consultation of their back-office functions. Please contact us for additional information regarding this program.
We gratefully acknowledge support for this program provided by: The Achelis Foundation, Booth Ferris Foundation, The Frances L. & Edwin L. Cummings Memorial Fund, and The New York Community Trust- William & Francoise Barstow Foundation No.2.
Review of Vendor Information
NPCC assumes no responsibility for the accuracy, completeness or usefulness of the information provided on the NOC Site. Content provided on the NOC Site is gathered from many sources, is subject to change at any time, and NPCC is not responsible for errors or omissions. The listing of any vendor on the NOC Site does not imply that NPCC endorses that vendor in any way. Organizations must perform their own diligence in connection with evaluating or engaging any vendor. NPCC shall have no involvement in the terms of any engagement of any vendor listed on the NOC Site. If an organization engages any vendor listed on the NOC Site to perform services, the organization must look solely to such vendor, and not to NPCC, in the event of any failure of the vendor to perform any obligation. USE OF THE NOC SITE IS ENTIRELY AT YOUR OWN RISK. NPCC may discontinue or suspend the NOC Site or terminate or limit use or access by any person for any or no reason in NPCC's absolute discretion.