The John Rex Endowment is continuing to build the infrastructure of the nonprofit community by engaging Executive Service Corps (ESC) of the Triangle to consult with the Endowment’s grant-funded partners as they assess their business resulting from the COVID-19 crisis, and beyond.
The opportunity with ESC is an expansion of the Endowment’s current partnership with Armstrong/McGuire which is providing no-cost, confidential consulting opportunities to more than 35 of the Endowment’s grant-funded partners to help them focus on needs specific to their organizations.
Sabrina Slade, Social Innovation Director for the John Rex Endowment, said “Our partners in the field tell us that they value the opportunity of working with someone who has lived experience or may understand the complexities of engaging in communities where there are less resources or opportunities. By adding the ESC team, we’re building on a well-received opportunity and responding to what we hear.”
“I appreciate how the consulting community has come together to support our nonprofit leadership,” said Kellan Moore, president and CEO of the John Rex Endowment. This is an example of what makes Wake County strong.”