We have a practical understanding of how nonprofits work and the tools that you need to raise money, engage constituents more deeply, and ultimately serve your mission.
We’ve built an experienced team of professionals who hail from the front lines of the nonprofit world. From executive leadership to fundraising to marketing to technology; we’ve been there and done that. We match what we know with what you need and then strategize, plan, and implement best-fit solutions.
Because technology is just as much about people as it is about systems, we’ve developed change management services for rapid adoption so your team can make a seamless transition and start experiencing the benefits of your new technology. The business transformation journey can be a complex one and organizations that embrace a strategic approach, coupled with change management services, are those that will accelerate their growth more quickly and will experience technology adoption more efficiently.
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Your Guide to Digital Transformation
The nonprofit technology landscape is evolving at a rapid pace. This in-depth guide takes you through how to align tech, people, processes, and data.Download Now
The Nonprofit's Guide to Change Management
A practical guide for nonprofit leaders navigating change.Download Now
Guide Dogs for the Blind strives to be as accessible as possible and we appreciate the Heller teams’ willingness to learn and adapt their materials and approach to be inclusive in their work with us and other clients.
Laura Peabody-Park, Director, Information Technology, Guide Dogs for the BlindView Case Study
The Heller Consulting Team helped us plan, find, and implement the right combination of technology to support our strategic goals. They’ve also provided expert guidance along the way that has been critically important to us being able to use our new technology ecosystem as efficiently and effectively as possible.
Joanne Jacobs, Chief of Operations, Humane Society of Silicon ValleyView Case Study