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NONPROFIT VILLAGE

Overview

The Nonprofit Village is the DC region’s only incubator and shared space for nonprofit organizations. Through our programs, and with our partners, the Village helps nonprofits strengthen their effectiveness by providing shared space, essential back-office services, and collaborative opportunities.

Since 2008, the Nonprofit Village has incubated more than 45 nonprofit organizations. Graduates have increased their ability to remain sustainable, grow their staff and budgets, and increase the number of citizens served by building capacity and creating collaborations.

The Nonprofit Village provides organizational development training and coaching through its incubation program for start-up and emerging nonprofit organizations. More than 300 nonprofits also take advantage of public training programs offered with our partner organizations.

Target Audience

Small and/or new nonprofits in the DC Metro area.

Get Involved

Organizations and nonprofit consultants can apply for membership at the Nonprofit Village. Affordable offices are available to lease and include office furniture, telephone line, and high-speed internet. Nonprofits that are interested in a coworking membership also have access to our back-office discounts, office equipment, mailbox services, and training. We offer a subsidized internship program each summer, and host networking events to expand collaborative opportunities.

Key Programs

  • The Nonprofit Village provides affordable office space, meeting rooms, coworking space, educational programs and discounts with back-office services.
  • Learn@Lunch is a monthly program that presents experts speaking on micro-topics of interest to nonprofit managers.
  • Duck Pond program offers an opportunity to pitch your new nonprofit concept before a panel of experts that will provide feedback and advice as you begin the journey toward incorporating your organization.
  • Board Development program is offered to a small cohort of members each year to learn about governance best practices, board development, recruitment, retention and succession planning.

Program Deadlines

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Contact

Address: 15800 Crabbs Branch Way, Suite 300, Rockville, MD 20855

Phone: 301-230-0111

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