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June 5, 2022 — Community Consulting Teams of Boston (CCT), a nonprofit that provides pro bono consulting services to help Boston area nonprofits address key business and management challenges, recently announced that it is accepting applications from area nonprofits for 2023 projects. Teams of experienced volunteers with a range of professional credentials staff the projects, which are valued at $100,000 each.

Key dates for CCT's 2022-2023 application and project cycles are as follows:

  • Open Call for CCT Project Applications: June 1, 2022
  • Project Application Deadline: August 19, 2022
  • Site Visits (for semi-finalists): September-October 2022
  • Client Selection: Late December 2022
  • Projects Begin: Early January 2023
  • Projects Finish: Late May 2022

To be eligible for a CCT consultancy, nonprofits must have 501(c)(3) status, an annual budget between approximately $500,000 and $5 million, a full-time executive director, a minimum of three full-time staff, and at least one staff person who will be assigned to the project. A board member is required to support this project and be interviewed by CCT prior to acceptance. Applications are due August 19, 2022.

Typical projects include growth strategy, SWOT analysis, benchmarking analysis, marketing planning, and financial modeling. If you have any questions about CCT or a specific project idea, please email our Client Development Team at client@cctboston.org.

The following organizations received CCT consulting engagements in 2022:

  • Boys & Girls Club of Stoneham & Wakefield - Youth Development
  • Bread & Roses Housing - Housing & Shelter
  • John F. Kennedy Family Service Center - Human Services
  • Minds Matter Boston - Education
  • The Educational Justice Institute of MIT - Education
  • Urban College of Boston (UCB) - Education
  • William James INTERFACE Referral Service - Mental Health & Crisis Intervention
  • Steps to Success - Education

William James INTERFACE Referral Service returned as a client after CCT provided a strategy and growth assessment in 2019. Following that project, Advisory Board member Margaret Hannah shared, “Our goal was to learn how we might grow more strategically. The team helped us narrow down the scope into three areas. The impact of CCT’s work will be significant. It’s going to be an intentional longer process to implement all of their recommendations, but we are already making good progress in each of the key areas.”

Visit cctboston.org for more information.