At CMCS, we know the best strategic plans are built on input from everyone connected to the organization. Our inclusive approach gives them all a stake in the plan and in the future of the organization.
GREAT NON PROFITS START WITH PLANNING. GREAT PLANNING STARTS WITH THE PEOPLE WHO KNOW THE ORGANIZATION BEST.
At CMCS, we are non profit consultants who specialize in strategic planning. Our commitment to people means everyone contributes. No one is left out.
We also offer training for non profit boards of directors and help with bylaws and policies.
Plus, we publish a free newsletter, free "how-to" booklets and a book for Boards of Directors.
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It has been a pleasure working with both of you and we really appreciate the great job you did in helping us develop our new Strategic Plan.
Andy Rotsma, New Visions Toronto
SInce March of 2020, most of our work has been conducted via Zoom. We have found that everything we did in person, we can do virtually.
And you still get the same great results, with added convenience (and reduced expense).
But if you are back to meeting in person, we are okay with that too. It's your call.
Lake Ridge Community Support Services, Participation Lodge Grey Bruce, Elmira District Community Living, Camphill Communities Ontario, Camphill Foundation Canada, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Clarington, Toronto Foundation for Student Success, Abilities Centre Durham, Association of Community Legal Clinics of Ontario, Community Living Trent Highlands, Pegasus Community Project and Keewaytinok Native Legal Services
At CMCS, we believe in non profits. We know they make our communities better. We admire their volunteer Boards and committed staff. We want them all to be great. So our vision is well run non profits. And our mission is to provide the best services and products available, including planning and training.