JACSON, Miss. – The Mississippi Alliance of Nonprofits and Philanthropy (The Alliance) received a $10,000 grant from Wells Fargo to help the Alliance provide management training, technical assistance, and connection to resources for 12,000 nonprofits across the state.
“What the Alliance does to provide training and networking opportunities for nonprofit organizations in Mississippi is extremely important, as it helps enrich and improve the lives of children and families throughout the community,” said Paula Beck, senior vice president, Wells Fargo Community Relations. “We are proud to support its efforts and applaud the Alliance for the innovative and groundbreaking work they are doing.”
“We are deeply grateful for Wells Fargo’s support and partnership,” said Sammy Moon, executive director of The Alliance. “Only with the financial support of civic-minded institutions like Wells Fargo can the Alliance provide nonprofits the know-how, services and connections to resources they need to succeed. We deeply appreciate Wells Fargo’s commitment.”
About the Mississippi Alliance of Nonprofits and Philanthropy
The Mississippi Alliance of Nonprofits and Philanthropy provides leadership and organizational development support to nonprofit and philanthropic organizations to help them address a broad range of challenges and opportunities, including support and training on organizational and staff capacity, executive management, and evaluation and reporting. By providing tools and training for mission-based organizations to increase their capacity and effectiveness, The Alliance seeks to help attract investment to the state, support the development of replicable and sustainable models, and promote practical policy and programmatic solutions to some of the state’s most pressing and persistent issues.