Please take time to complete the census so we can get to know about all the valuable work you do!
Three reasons why completing the census is important…
Getting to know your organization is vital in our mission to assist in your success; and the information you provide helps us tailor a development track especially for your non-profit.
The Census gives you the opportunity to identify and gather much of the information a potential funder wants to know about your organization as they make their funding decisions.
As information is compiled, analyzed, and reported out, you as Mississippians will have control over your own narrative about the DEIAB (Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Accessibility and Belonging) environment and progress in our state.
All information that you share is confidential and will not be sold or shared with anyone. Please note that throughout the survey, questions marked with an asterisk (*) require a response. Most questions are single word answer or multiple choice. Just a few ask for a slightly longer response and are generally optional. Your input is critical for The Alliance’s planning and decision-making process about the programs, services, and opportunities we offer to meet your needs.
Just go to alliancems.org, select Initiatives, then select MS Nonprofit Census. You do not have to fill out the census in one session…you will be able to return later using the same browser to complete your census. If you have any questions/concerns or need assistance, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 601-968-0061.
Thanks to all our member organizations who have already completed the census!
A warm hello to our esteemed members and friends. This edition of The Ally seeks to celebrate the rich tapestry that February brings by recognizing Black History Month and other notable events that shape this dynamic month.
Family Biz Builder (FBB) is a transformative force in Tunica County, Mississippi. Since 2014, FBB, a compassionate 501(c)(3) nonprofit youth training and development organization, has been the guiding light for countless low-income, at-risk children aged 5-17 and their families across Tunica, Coahoma, and Desoto Counties.
Cultivating belonging and wholeness in the world
Friends and Partners,
I’m grateful to be connected to you in this season of celebration and acknowledgment of Black history.