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Working together for the greatest good

About Us

Kelley NPC works with public and private grantmaking foundations, philanthropic organizations, public agencies, community nonprofits, municipal funding programs, sovereign Tribal entities, statewide and regional nonprofits, and more to help them dream and achieve their big, bold visions.

 

Since 2006, Kelley NPC has worked alongside clients to tackle tough obstacles, realize new opportunities, and together build stronger organizations. Taking a servant leadership style approach, Kelley NPC’s statewide team of ten is happiest working behind the scenes ensuring the spotlight is on the work of clients and the communities they serve.


Kelley NPC is a COBID-Certified Women’s Business Enterprise.
 

We Increase Your Impact
It is our passion to strategically shepherd organizations to: prepare for successful expansion; grow and diversify revenue; develop strategic grantmaking programs; navigate complex projects across multiple partners, geographic areas, and external forces; launch new endeavors in response to community inequities; improve operational processes and protocols; and better measure and articulate impact. 

  Whether it is an incredible opportunity or a sudden disaster - we can bolster your teams, be a team member, for those times when extra capacity is essential.

Kelley NPC works with organizations of varying sizes, ages, and stages of development.

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Our Work, Your Impact

After working in-house at several nonprofits, Kristin Kelley Monahan formed Kelley Nonprofit Consulting (Kelley NPC) in 2006, offering a full suite of services to help clients in the philanthropic, community nonprofit, and government sectors dream and achieve big, bold visions.

From helping nonprofits grow, diversify and manage earned and unearned revenue, to launching creative nonprofit partnerships to bring federal and state resources to Oregon’s rural communities; and from helping larger philanthropic clients implement new strategic funding opportunities, to providing much-needed capacity as smaller family foundations explore a new approach or field; Kelley NPC serves as an amplifier and translator of sorts – helping resource providers and resource seekers align their efforts for the greatest good.

Taking a servant leadership style approach, Kelley NPC’s team of ten, based throughout the state, is happiest working behind the scenes ensuring the spotlight is on the work of Kelley NPC’s 25+ ongoing clients and the communities they serve.

Current ongoing clients, many who have worked with Kelley NPC for nearly a decade, include The Black United Fund of Oregon, Oregon Native American Chamber, The Ford Family Foundation, Business Oregon, High Desert Partnership, Oregon Community Foundation, POIC+RAHS, Prosper Portland, Caldera Arts, and the Todd Hoffman Foundation, among many others.