Turning the tide for non-profit groups

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Rob MacLellan has directed his passion for non-profit groups into a new business.

He recently formed Tide’s Turning Consulting Service for Non-Profit Organizations and is offering several services to help them prosper.

“I’ve been involved with non-profits for 30 years and I’ve seen that volunteer board members usually have a passion for what they are doing but may not have all the skills and knowledge needed to successfully run the organization,” he said. “I will work to custom tailor solutions to meet the unique needs of each organization.”

MacLellan will assist in areas such as board governance, strategic planning, project management, policy and procedure, mission statements, conflict management, running an effective meeting, proposal writing, fundraising and more.

“Because I have a passion for non-profits I offer a variable rate based on the organization’s level of income,” he explained. “Some non-profits have very little money. I am also willing to meet with members during evenings, weekends and days whenever possible.”

MacLellan is happy to advise groups that simply want to make changes, those who want to check on whether they are doing things right or those who need help getting out of difficulties.

“They are important to the community and I’m interested in having them become more effective,” he added.

More information can be found on the business’ website at http://nsnonprofitconsulting.com or on its Facebook page.

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