Cultivate: Emerging Nonprofits
Since 2018, Cultivate has served as an incubator for emerging nonprofits, driven by Next Stage. The program is committed to fostering inside-out community transformation by supporting local nonprofit founders and social entrepreneurs.
In 2022, Cultivate evolved into an online platform that provides community for social good learners across a range of needs and issues. This broadened invitation to join the program creates more equitable access for organizations across the community. Participants experience a self-paced curriculum, a community forum for network development with organizational peers and workshops featuring guest speakers and presenters on core Cultivate topics.
The Cultivate Model
The Cultivate platform provides participants with invaluable content resources, but also important connections to other leaders walking the same path. The goal of Cultivate: Emerging Nonprofits is to help emerging social sector leaders develop their ability to build effective nonprofits across six capacities – leadership & strategy, management, program development, human resources, financial resources, and operations & planning. When leaders join Cultivate: Emerging Nonprofits, they also become part of an inspiring social good community oriented around three core resources:
Cultivate: Emerging Nonprofits is a free resource and community of practice open to founders and leaders of emerging nonprofit organizations worldwide! If you are a nonprofit leader (founder, executive director, staff, board member) who is eager to learn best practices for building and sustaining a successful nonprofit, this free curriculum and community is for you.
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Custom Cultivate Cohorts
Next Stage also provides turnkey services to concept, develop, build and manage cohorts for a range of interests. Our team can create custom curriculum, focus on community building – or both! A custom cohort may be the answer if you are:
- A corporate or foundation funder, seeking ways for your grantees to learn from social impact leaders and collaborate with each other through a community of practice.
- A nonprofit seeking to train your board or team.
- A social good-focused professional group, seeking connection and support with best practices.
If you think a custom cohort could help support your social impact efforts, contact us to learn more.